STAMP, Students At Museums in Philadelphia, empowers Philadelphia high school students to attend museums for free

STAMP is Relaunching January 2021

Art-Reach will relaunch STAMP: Students At Museums in Philadelphia later this year, providing free admission for teenagers to visit museums in Philadelphia.

Art-Reach believes that by listening to communities about the barriers they face, we can create an equitable world. High School students have historically been removed from conversations about increasing museum participation. Art-Reach aims to change that. By creating barrier-free access to Philadelphia High School Students to over 20 museums through STAMP, Art-Reach embraces self-directed learning and inclusive arts engagement at a time when arts education funding across school districts has reached critical need. The STAMP program was formally run by the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance. Art-Reach is so excited to build upon the success of the STAMP program and serve Philadelphia high school students starting January 2021.

The STAMP program is made possible by the Virginia & Harvey Kimmel Family Education Fund.

How it works:

  • Must be a high school student in Philadelphia
  • Bring valid high school ID card to the front desk to get the STAMP discount
  • The STAMP discount is not valid on special exhibitions or features, special events, or with any other offers or group rates