Make the most of your time in Philly with the Philadelphia Pass! Choose the number of days that best fits your travel plans and start exploring. With the Philadelphia Pass, you’ll have access to over 30 of the city’s top attractions, including bus tours, museums, the Philadelphia Zoo, and more. Save money and discover Philadelphia’s top destinations at the same time!
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As many as you want! Most travelers plan to visit 2-3 attractions each day, but there's no limit. The more you do, the more you save.
"Consecutive calendar days" are days in a row, on a calendar. A calendar day is not a 24-hour period. For example, if you have a 3-Day pass and visit your first attraction on a Monday evening, it is valid for the remainder of Monday (1st calendar day) and the two days immediately following it: Tuesday (2nd calendar day), and Wednesday (3rd calendar day).
Visit attractions early in the day! This way, you’ll have more time to visit as many attractions as you wish.
No. Passes include admission to each attraction, no need to pay anything at the gate. Some attractions may offer upgrades or special exhibits for an additional fee.
Nope, you can choose from the included attractions as you go.
Child cards are for children ages 3-12. Most attractions do not charge for children under 3 years old. However, there are some exceptions (especially children's museums and attractions geared toward very young travelers). If you have a child under 3 years old, please check with the attraction directly in advance. You may be charged at the gate.
Simply visit your first attraction!
Yes. You can enter attractions at any time.
With an All-Inclusive Pass, it will be valid for the number of days you purchased over a 14-day period. For example, if you have a three-day pass and activate it on the first day of your vacation, you'll then have 13 calendar days to use the remaining two days of your pass. Non-activated All-Inclusive passes are valid for two years from the date of purchase.
In most cases, you can visit each attraction once per day. Some attractions are valid only once during the life of the pass. Please reference your guidebook for specific information on each attraction.
Attractions that require a reservation will display an “R” symbol on the guidebook page. Some attractions require a credit card to hold a reservation. In these cases, your credit card will not be charged unless you do not show up for your reservation.
No, the pass is non-transferable.
While they do our best to ensure that all attractions are available, events happen that are out of their control. The great thing about the Philadelphia Pass is that there are so many attractions to choose from. If an attraction is closed, or cannot be visited for some reason, know that you'll find a fun alternative in your guidebook!