The ACCESS Philly Program allows individuals with a PA ACCESS Card to attend over 50 cultural sites & theaters for just $2!

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ACCESS Cardholders

For the first time ever, individuals with disabilities can purchase an ACCESS Philly Card directly from Art-Reach that allows them to receive $2 admission to over 50 museums, gardens, theaters and cultural sites throughout Greater Philadelphia.

The Art-Reach ACCESS Philly card is an expansion of our ACCESS Philly program and serves people who identify with having a disability and rely on Philadelphia as their cultural hub, but for whatever reason are not eligible for state benefits.

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ACCESS Philly is a city-wide initiative led by Art-Reach and supported by various community partners. ACCESS Philly is supported by:

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ACCESS Philly

Fan of Art-Reach ACCESS Card, and a fan of the 3 Pennsylvania State ACCESS Cards

Bring a valid ACCESS Card with a photo ID to the admissions desk at any participating museum, garden, or historic site. For tickets to a performance, contact the participating theater’s box office to reserve tickets.

How it works:

  • Bring a valid ACCESS Card with a photo ID to the admissions desk at any participating museum, garden, or historic site. For tickets to a performance, contact the participating theater’s box office to reserve tickets.
  • One (1) ACCESS Card admits the cardholder and up to three (3) people at a rate of $2 per person. The person whose name appears on the ACCESS Card must be present to obtain the discount.
  • EBT funds cannot be used to pay admission
  • Discount is not valid for special exhibitions, special events, or with any other offers
  • Participating sites may not be physically accessible or provide accommodations, please confirm prior to visiting. Art-Reach is not responsible for providing accessible accommodations.

As a mom of a son with special needs for 12 years, we just found out about the program this summer. It was an absolute joy to be able to go to the Franklin Institute as a family.

— Mother of ACCESS Cardholder