ACCESS Philly Locations

11th Hour Theatre Company

302 S. Hicks Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102
www.11thhourtheatrecompany.org | (267) 987-9865

Bus Routes Include: 7, G, 45, 47, 47M, 57, 68, 79 | Indego Bike Dock: 215 Market St, Philadelphia, PA 19106

11th Hour’s mission is to have an enduring impact on our community by producing musical works of theatre. 11th Hour uses the expertise of industry leaders and up-and-coming artists to create an intimate and lasting experience with our audience. ACCESS Philly tickets can be purchased over the phone or in-person at the box office. 

Showtimes may vary, Visit 11th Hour Theatre Company’s website. 


1812 Theater Company

1714 Delancy Place, Philadelphia, PA 19103
www.1812productions.org | (215) 592-9560

SEPTA: Bus 57 | Indego Bike Dock:  S 18th St. & Fernon St.

1812 Productions is dedicated to creating theatrical works of comedy and comedic works of theater that explore and celebrate our sense of community, our history, and our humanity.

Showtimes may vary, Visit 1812 Theater Company’s website.


Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University

1900 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, PA 19103
www.ansp.org | (215) 299-1000

SEPTA Bus Routes 32, 33, 38 & 48. Indego Station: 33rd and Market (3318 Market St)
At the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University, get face-to-face with towering dinosaurs, meet live animals, and wander through a tropical garden filled with live butterflies.


The African American Museum in Philadelphia

701 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106
www.aampmuseum.org | (215) 574-0380

SEPTA Market Frankford Line and Bus Routes 17, 33, 44, 47, 48 & 61. Indego Stations: 9th and Arch  (813 Arch St) 6th and Race (160 N. 6th St).

Founded in 1976, AAMP is the first institution funded and built by a major municipality to preserve, interpret and exhibit the heritage of African Americans.


American Helicopter Museum & Education Center

1220 American Boulevard West Chester, PA 19380

610-436-9600 | http://americanhelicopter.museum/

At the American Helicopter Museum & Education Center, you can climb into a real helicopter, use the controls and even fly away in their realistic flight simulator! The American Helicopter Museum & Education Center features dozens of helicopters, exhibits, and video presentations depicting the development and evolution of rotary-wing flight in Philadelphia, the U.S., and around the world. The American Helicopter Museum & Education Center teaches and inspires individuals of all ages about the basic principles and wonders of vertical flight.


American Swedish Historical Museum

1900 Pattison Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19145
www.americanswedish.org | (215) 389-1776

SEPTA Broad Street Line and Bus Route 17

Founded in 1926, the American Swedish Historical Museum has been dedicated to preserving and promoting Swedish and Swedish-American cultural heritage and traditions for more than 80 years.


Arden Theatre Company

40 N. 2nd Street Philadelphia, PA 19106

ardentheater.org | 215.922.1122

SEPTA Bus Routes include: #17, #33, #48, #76, #121, and #44. Market-Frankford Line: 2nd & Market Street stop.

Arden Theatre Company is dedicated to bringing to life great stories by great storytellers – on the stage, in the classroom, and in the community.

ACCESS Philly tickets can be reserved over the phone with the Arden Theatre Company box office. 

Showtimes may vary, visit the Arden Theatre Company website. 


Bartram’s Garden

40 N 2nd St Philadelphia, PA 19106
www.bartramsgarden.org | (215) 729-5281

SEPTA: #36 trolley
Parking: Free, please GPS “5400 Lindbergh Boulevard Philadelphia”

Bartram’s Garden is a 45-acre National Historic Landmark, operated by the John Bartram Association in cooperation with Philadelphia Parks and Recreation. Bartram’s Gardens invites you to come here to learn, connect, celebrate, and discover a shared, greener future!

Use your ACCESS Card for $2 guided tours of the house and gardens Thursday through Sunday. Click here for more information on guided tours schedule. 


Betsy Ross House

239 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106
historicphiladelphia.org | (215) 629-4026

SEPTA Bus Routes 5, 48, 57, 17, 33 & SEPTA Market-Frankford Line. Indego Station: 2nd and Market (215 Market St).

The well-known and loved story of Betsy Ross sewing the first Stars & Stripes is tightly woven into the colorful fabric of America’s rich history. The Betsy Ross House, the birthplace of the American flag, is alive with the sights and sounds of the 18th century. Tour the house and then stay a while longer to learn more about Betsy and her exciting life and times through our interactive, historical programming.


Brandywine River Museum

1 Hoffman’s Mill Rd, Chadds Ford, PA 19317

Brandywine.org | 610.388.2700 | No public transportation

 

Renowned for its holdings of the Wyeth family of artists, the Museum features galleries dedicated to the work of N. C. Wyeth, Andrew Wyeth and Jamie Wyeth. The Museum’s outstanding Heritage Collection is a cross section of American art, with a special focus on artistic practice in the Brandywine valley. Nineteenth- and twentieth-century landscape paintings testify to the beauty which drew well-known artists to the area. Important portraits, still life paintings and notable holdings in American illustration add diversity and breadth to this unique collection.


Chanticleer Garden

786 Church Rd, Wayne, PA 19087
www.chanticleergarden.org | (610) 687-4163

Directions on website
Within 30 minutes of Philadelphia, Chanticleer is one of the great gardens of the region. Chanticleer has been called the most romantic, imaginative, and exciting public garden in America. The garden is a study of textures and forms, where foliage trumps flowers, the gardeners lead the design, and even the drinking fountains are sculptural. It is a garden of pleasure and learning, relaxing yet filled with ideas to take home. The gardens are closed November through March.


Christ Church and Christ Church Burial Ground

20 N American St
Philadelphia, PA 19106

Burial Ground: 5th and Arch Streets, Philadelphia, PA 19106
www.christchurchphila.org | (215) 922-1695

SEPTA Market Frankford Line and Bus Routes: 5, 17, 33, 48, 57

Known as “The Nation’s Church” because of the famous Revolution-era leaders who worshiped and were buried here, including Ben Franklin and Betsy Ross. *$2 admission includes a guided tour of the Burial Ground.


ComedySportz

2030 Sansom St, Philadelphia, PA 19103
www.comedysportzphilly.com | (484) 450-8089

SEPTA: 17, 27, 31, 33, 38, 44, 125, 48 | Indego Bike Dock: S Broad St and South St

ComedySportz is for everyone, it’s perfect for families, couples, bachelorette parties — you name it! Every ComedySportz match is a unique and unforgettable hilarious event. (Laughs are guaranteed!) Come see why so many fans come back to see ComedySportz again and again.  ACCESS Philly tickets can be purchased in person, at the box office. 

Showtimes may vary, Visit ComedySportz’s website.


Eastern State Penitentiary

2027 Fairmount Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19130
www.easternstate.org | (215) 236-3300

SEPTA Bus Routes 7, 32, 33, 43 & 48 Indego Station: 23rd and Fairmount (2237 Fairmount Ave)

Eastern State Penitentiary was once the most famous and expensive prison in the world, but stands today in ruin, a haunting world of crumbling cellblocks and empty guard towers.

NOTE: This discount is NOT available for Terror Behind the Walls. 


EgoPo Classic Theatre

317 Dickinson St, Philadelphia, PA 19147
www.egopo.org | (267) 273 -1414

SEPTA: Bus Route 47 | Indego Bike Dock: 1154 S 4th St, Philadelphia, PA 19147

EgoPo committed to revitalizing the great classics of theater and literature. EgoPo strives for virtuosity in vocal and physical performance in order to create innovative and provocative theatrical events.  ACCESS Philly tickets can be purchased over the phone with the EgoPo box office. 

Showtimes may vary, Visit EgoPo Classic Theatre’s website. 


Franklin Institute

222 North 20th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103
www.fi.edu | (215) 448-1200

SEPTA Market Frankford, Broad Street, and Regional Rail Lines & SEPTA Bus Routes 32, 33, 38. Indego Station: 21st and Winter (2090 Winter St).

Experience live science happening all around you! Walk through the iconic, two-story tall Giant Heart, travel to faraway galaxies in the Fels Planetarium, see explosive, live science shows, and more—be sure to visit The Brain Bar where you can touch a real (plastinated) human brain. Fun for all ages!


Franklin Square – Parx Liberty Carousel

200 North 6th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106
Historicphiladelphia.org | (215) 629-4026

SEPTA Bus Routes 47, 47M, 61. Indego Station: 6th and Race (160 N. 6th St).

Center City’s only carousel features a zebra, a lion, an eagle, a dragon, and more! Hop on this spectacular All-American style carousel featuring hometown racehorse heroes Afleet Alex and Smarty Jones.

Please note:

  • One ticket purchase is for one ride.
  • Be sure to check historicphiladelphia.org for current hours of operations.
  • The ACCESS Philly discount does not apply to seasonal events such as The Philadelphia Chinese Lantern Festival.

Franklin Square – Philly Mini Golf

200 North 6th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106
historicphiladelphia.org | (215) 629-4026

SEPTA Bus Routes 47, 47M, 61. Indego Station: 6th and Race (160 N. 6th St).

Putt your way through Center City’s ONLY 18-hole miniature golf course, featuring the iconic symbols of Philadelphia featuring Elfreth’s Alley, the Ben Franklin Bridge, Chinese Friendship Gate, Boathouse Row, The Liberty Bell and more.

Please note: The ACCESS Philly discount does not apply to the seasonal events: Spooky Golf & The Philadelphia Chinese Lantern Festival. Be sure to check venue’s website for current hours of operations at historicphiladelphia.org


FringeArts

140 N. Columbus Blvd, Philadelphia PA 19106
Fringearts.com | 215.413.1318 | 2nd & Market on Market Frankfort Line or Bus Lines: 21, 25, 5, 57, 48, 17

FringeArts presents world-class, contemporary performing arts that challenge convention and inspire new ways of thinking. ACCESS Philly tickets can be purchased at the FringeACCESS page.

Showtimes may vary, Visit FringeArts’s website. 


Grumblethorpe

5267 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19144
https://www.philalandmarks.org/grumblethorpe | (215) 843-4820

SEPTA Chestnut Hill East Line, or BSL then SEPTA Bus Route 23

Located in historic Germantown, Grumblethorpe is an 18th-century farmstead that was once the summer home of the Wister family. In the early 1800s, an observatory and clock were built in the residence. It also features a farmhouse, two-acre garden, greenhouse, and chicken coop. Grumblethorpe offers many educational programs to local schools and students.


Independence Seaport Museum

211 South Christopher Columbus Boulevard, Philadelphia, PA 19106
www.phillyseaport.org | (215) 413-8655

SEPTA Bus Routes 21, 25, 33 & 42. Indego Station: Foglietta Plaza 3 Dock St

The Independence Seaport Museum is the region’s primary repository of art, artifacts and archival materials from the Greater Delaware Valley, Port of Philadelphia & other urban ports of the Delaware River.

Note About Parking: Independence Seaport Museum does not own a parking facility. Individual cars may park in the Hyatt Hotel Parking garage lot and have your parking ticket stamped at our Visitor Services for a reduced rate, to be paid upon exiting the garage. We also recommend street parking along Chestnut Street or Front Street.


Inis Nua Theatre

302 S Hicks St, Philadelphia, PA 19102
www.inisnuatheatre.org |  (215) 454-9776

SEPTA: Broad Street Line, Market-Frankford Line. Buses: 4, 27, 32, 12, 9, 21, and 42 | Indego Bike Dock: Spruce & Pine Street.

Translated from the Irish language, Inis Nua means “New Island.” Inis Nua’s mission is to produce contemporary, provocative plays from Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales which reflect those cultures’ new identities in today’s world. Inis Nua also seeks to cultivate contemporary, provocative work from American playwrights who deal with the Irish-American, Welsh-American, Scottish-American and Anglo-American experience. Reserve tickets by calling the Inis Nua box office, or purchase in-person at their box office. Tickets must be paid for in cash only. 

Showtimes may vary, Visit Inis Nua Theatre’s website.


Insectarium & Butterfly Pavilion

8046 Frankford Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19136

www.phillybutterflypavilion.com 215-664-8950

SEPTA Bus Route 66

Learn about the most successful group of animals in the world…insects! Enjoy two stories of exciting and educational exhibits filled with an amazing assortment of arthropods, including tarantulas, scorpions, and praying mantids! Get up close and personal with butterflies in our year-round Butterfly Pavilion! Our museum is home to a striking and immersive tropical ecosphere filled with hundreds of native and tropical butterflies fluttering around guests. This grand space is sure to surprise and inspire!

**The Insectarium section is NOT wheelchair accessible and requires the guest to climb stairs. The Butterfly Pavilion is fully accessible


InterAct Theatre Company

302 S Hicks St, Philadelphia, PA 19102
www.interacttheatre.org | (215) 568-8079

SEPTA: Broad Street Line, Market-Frankford Line. Buses: 4, 27, 32, 12, 9, 21, and 42 | Indego Bike Dock: Spruce & Pine Street.

InterAct is a theatre for today’s world, dedicated to commissioning, developing, and producing new and contemporary plays that explore the social, political, and cultural issues of our time.  ACCESS Philly tickets can be purchased in person, at the box office. 

Showtimes may vary, Visit InterAct Theatre Company’s website.


James A. Michener Art Museum

138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901
www.michenermuseum.org | (215) 340-9800

SEPTA Doylestown Regional Rail Line

The James A. Michener Art Museum collects, preserves, interprets and exhibits American Art, with a focus on art of the Bucks County region. The Museum presents changing exhibitions that explore a variety of artistic expressions, and offers a diverse program of educational activities that seek to develop a lifelong involvement in the arts as well as nurture a wide range of audiences.


John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove

1201 Pawlings Road Audubon, PA 19403
johnjames.audubon.org | 610-666-5593

Connect with nature and discover the sounds, traits, and habits of birds through dynamic exhibits for all ages and learning abilities. Explore the artwork and legacy of famed naturalist John James Audubon, and learn how you can help protect our feathered friends.

The John James Audubon visitor center is open from Sunday through Saturday,  9:30 am to 4:30 pm. Historic House is available for tours every day at 1 pm. Grounds are always open to the public, from dawn to dusk. 


Longwood Gardens

1001 Longwood Road, Kennet Square, PA 19348
www.longwoodgardens.org | 610-618-1000

Directions on website

Experience exquisite Gardens that elevate the art of horticulture amid the relaxing beauty of Longwood. *ACCESS Cardholders are able to purchase general admission tickets to Longwood Gardens on-site and do not need to reserve timed-tickets in advance* 


Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania

100 E Northwestern Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19118
www.morrisarboretum.org | (215) 247-5777

SEPTA Chestnut Hill Train and Bus Routes 97 & L

Spend time with family and friends exploring Morris Arboretum’s 92-acre lush and colorful gardens. Discover your favorite garden spaces and learn from 12,000 labeled plants, trees and flowers.


Museum of the American Revolution

101 South Third Street Philadelphia, PA 19106

www.amrevmuseum.org 215.253.6731

SEPTA buses stopping near the Museum include routes 5, 9, 17, 21, 33, 38, 42, 44, 48, 57, and 121.

From the early stirrings of unrest in Boston to the opening shots of the War of Independence, and from signing of the Declaration of Independence to the creation of the American Republic, the Museum’s core exhibition explores the ideas, events, and legacies of America’s revolutionary beginnings.


Mutter Museum

19 South 22nd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103
www.muttermuseum.org | (215) 563-3737

All SEPTA Trolley Lines, and Bus routes 7, 9, 21, 31, 42, 44, 48, 62, 124 & 125. Indego Station: 23rd & Market (2241 Market Street).

America’s finest museum of medical history, the Mütter Museum displays its collections of anatomical specimens, models and medical instruments in a 19th century “cabinet museum” setting.


National Constitution Center

525 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106
www.constitutioncenter.org | (215) 409-6700

SEPTA Market Frankford Line and Bus Routes 38, 44 & 48. Indego Station: 6th and Race (160 N. 6th St).

Step inside the Museum of We the People and be inspired by rare artifacts, interactive exhibits, theatrical performances, timely conversations on current events, and more. Plus, don’t miss the iconic Signers’ Hall, featuring life-size bronze statues of the Founding Fathers.


National Liberty Museum

321 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106
www.libertymuseum.org | (215) 925-2800

SEPTA Bus Routes 5, 9, 17, 21, 33, 38, 42, 44, 48, 57, 121 & Market-Frankford Line. Indego Station: 15th and Market (1515 Market St).

The National Liberty Museum is dedicated to preserving America’s heritage of freedom by encouraging people to find their own place in the story of liberty. Visitors to the Museum enjoy an inspiring and entertaining experience, as they interact with incredible stories of heroes and a collection of contemporary art.


National Museum of American Jewish History

101 South Independence Mall East (Corner of 5th and Market Streets), Philadelphia, PA 19106
www.nmajh.org | (215) 923-3811

SEPTA Market Frankford Line and Bus Routes 17, 33, 38, 44, 48 & 57. Indego Station: Independence Mall (519 Market Street).

Family-friendly and cutting-edge, NMAJH brings to life the 360-year history of Jews in America, tracing the stories of immigrants becoming Americans. Enjoy hands-on, interactive displays, original films, historical documents, and fascinating artifacts — including Stephen Spielberg’s first camera, Hank Greenberg’s bat, and Irving Berlin’s piano. *Children 12 and under are free


Penn Museum

3260 South Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104
www.penn.museum | (215) 898-4000

SEPTA Trolley Lines 11, 13, 34, 36, Bus Routes 21, 42, 40 and Regional Rail Airport, Marcus Hook/Wilmington/Newark and Media/Elwyn Lines. Indego Station: University City Station (3051 South Street).

Explore ancient Egypt and the mummies, Asia, Africa, the Americas, Mesopotamia and the ancient Mediterranean world at this world-renowned museum. Enjoy gardens, shopping, and a café!


Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

118-128 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102
www.pafa.org | (215) 972-7600

SEPTA Broad Street Line, Market Frankford Line and Bus Routes 4, 16, 27 & 48. Indego Stations: Municipal Services Building (1401 John F Kennedy Blvd) and Pennsylvania Convention Center (1321 Arch Street).

Located in the heart of Center City, PAFA is the nation’s oldest Museum and School of Fine Arts, boasting a vast collection of American art ranging from the 18th century to the present.


Philadelphia Museum of Art

2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, PA 19130
www.philamuseum.org | (215) 763-8100

SEPTA Bus Routes 7, 32, 38, 43 & 48. Indego Station: 2600 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy.

The Philadelphia Museum of Art is one of the greatest museums in America. Offering fun and educational programs for all ages, the museum is an ideal place to spend time with friends and family looking at art.


Philadelphia Theatre Company

480 S Broad St, Philadelphia, PA 19146
www.philadelphiatheatrecompany.org | (215) 985-0420

SEPTA: Route C bus, Broad Street Subway | PATCO Train | Indego Bike Dock: 18th & JFK

Philadelphia Theatre Company (PTC) is a leading regional theater company that produces, develops, and presents entertaining and imaginative contemporary theater focused on the American experience. ACCESS Philly tickets can be purchased over the phone with the Philadelphia Theatre Company box office.

Showtimes may vary, Visit Philadelphia Theatre Company’s website. 


Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens

1020 South Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147
www.phillymagicgardens.org | (215) 733-0390

SEPTA Bus Routes 23, 40 & 47. Indego Station: 11th and South (1015 South Street).

Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens is a mosaicked visionary art environment, gallery, and community arts center that provides access to Isaiah Zagar’s unique mosaic art.


Physick House

321 South 4th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106
www.philalandmarks.org/physick-house | (215) 925-7866

Open Saturdays & Sundays. Please call before arriving.

SEPTA Bus Routes 12, 42, 57. Indego Station: 4th and Walnut (422 Walnut Street).

Part of The Philadelphia Society for the Preservation of Landmarks.

The Physick House, built in 1786, is the former home of Dr. Philip Syng Physick, the “Father of American Surgery” who cared for notable figures such as Dolly Madison and Andrew Jackson. The house is the only freestanding Federal townhouse remaining in Society Hill. It features a large garden and a medical museum on the second floor, along with beautifully decorated and furnished period rooms.


Please Touch Museum

4231 Avenue of the Republic, Philadelphia, PA 19131
www.pleasetouchmuseum.org | (215) 581-3181

SEPTA Bus Routes 38 & 40. Indego Station: Parkside and Belmont (4601 Parkside Ave).

The Please Touch Museum enriches the lives of children ages seven and younger by creating learning opportunities through play, enabling us to lay the foundation for a lifetime of learning and cultural awareness. ** Please Note: This discount does not apply to Countdown to Noon on New Year’s Eve. 


Powel House

244 South Third Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106
www.philalandmarks.org/powel-house-1 | (215) 627-0364

Please call to make sure we are open before arriving

SEPTA Bus Routes 12, 42, 57. Indego Station: 4th and Walnut (422 Walnut Street).

Part of The Philadelphia Society for the Preservation of Landmarks.

Powel House was the residence of the last mayor of Philadelphia under the Crown. This Georgian brick mansion was built in 1765 and has entertained notable guests from George Washington to Benjamin Franklin. Visitors today can stroll through the room where the Washingtons danced on their wedding anniversary and view the elegant colonial garden.


Quintessence Theatre Group

7137 Germantown Ave (Mount Airy) Philadelphia, PA 19119
wwww.quintessencetheatre.org | (215) 985-0420

SEPTA: Bus 23 | Chestnuthill West Septa Regional Rail

Quintessence Theatre Group is dedicated to bringing epic works of classic drama and literature to the contemporary stage. As Philadelphia’s text-based actor-focused repertory theatre, Quintessence re-envisions the classics to inspire our community to consider what is essential in theatre and in human nature. ACCESS Philly tickets can be purchased in person, at the box office. 

Showtimes may vary, Visit Quintessence Theatre’s website.


Shofuso Japanese House and Garden

Lansdowne and Horticultural Drives, West Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, PA, 19131
www.japanesehouse.org | (215) 878-5097

SEPTA Bus Routes 38, 40, PhillyPhlash Stop #12. Indego Stations: Parkside and Belmont (4601 Parkside Ave).

Shofuso is a traditional-style Japanese house and nationally ranked garden in West Fairmount Park that reflects the history of Japanese culture in Philadelphia, from the 1876 Centennial Exposition to the installation of its contemporary paintings in 2007. Shofuso is open for visitation and group tours from April to October. Note about Accessibility: There are areas at the Shofuso Japanese House and Garden that are not wheelchair accessible. To learn more, please click here.


Temple Theaters

1301 W. Norris St, Philadelphia, PA 19122
https://tfma.temple.edu/theater/productions | 215-204-1122

SEPTA: Broad Street Line to Cecil B, Moore

For more than 50 years, Temple Theaters has been a vital piece of the Philadelphia theater community, helping to shape and hone new talent, while producing elite level work that delights audiences. Our 2018-19 season promises to be a dynamic and intriguing one with bold modern productions, emotionally enriching classics, and gorgeous musicals. ACCESS Philly tickets can be reserved by emailing Theater@temple.edu or calling 215-204-1122.  

Showtimes may vary, Visit Temple Theater’s website.


The StageCrafters Theater

8130 Germantown Ave., Philadelphia PA 19118
www.thestagecrafters.org | 215-247-9913

SEPTA Regional Rail: Chestnut Hill East to Gravers Lane Stop, or Chestnut Hill West to Germantown Stop

The Stagecrafters, a non-profit, semi-professional theater, has been creating theatrical productions of high literary and artistic standards for over 90 years. Through the decades the theater’s productions have demonstrated excellence in the art and craft of live theater, drawing large audiences as well as receiving critical praise and popular acclaim. ACCESS Philly tickets can be reserved by contacting The StageCrafters Theater Website.  

Showtimes may vary, Visit StageCrafters website.


Theatre Horizon

401 DeKalb St, Norristown, PA 19401
www.theatrehorizon.org | (610) 283-2230

SEPTA: Manayunk/Norristown Line, Norristown High Speed Line, Buses: 90, 91, 93, 96, 97, 98, 99, and 131

As part of our mission, Theatre Horizon brings terrific, professional theatre to our suburban communities and provides excellent theatre education to over 750 children annually. ACCESS Philly tickets can be purchased online at the Theatre Horizon website. 

Showtimes may vary, Visit Theatre Horizon’s website.


Tyler Arboretum

515 Painter Road, Media PA 19063
http://www.tylerarboretum.org | 610-566-9134

SEPTA: Media/ Elwyn Regional Rail Line

Located in the heart of Delaware County, PA, Tyler Arboretum is a place of natural beauty and history dating back to the time of William Penn. Today, Tyler serves the Greater Philadelphia region through horticulture, education, and the preservation of natural lands.


Waynesborough

2049 Waynesborough Road, Paoli, PA 19301
http://historicwaynesborough.org | (610) 647-1779

SEPTA Paoli/Thorndale Line

Part of The Philadelphia Society for the Preservation of Landmarks.

Held by the Wayne family as a private estate until 1980, Waynesborough is a sprawling property in Easttown Township that once was the residence of Revolutionary War hero “Mad” Anthony Wayne who served alongside George Washington. Waynesborough is now a home museum that features a Georgian-style house and even hosts historical reenactments from time to time.


Wharton Esherick Museum

1520 Horseshoe Trail, Malvern PA 19355
www.whartonesherickmuseum.org | 610-644-5822

SEPTA: Paoli/Thorndale line

Wharton Esherick was a sculptor who worked primarily in wood, readily extending his unique forms to furniture, furnishings, utensils, interiors, buildings and more. His motto, “if it isn’t fun, it isn’t worth doing,” is evident in the joyful expression of his work, inviting the eye and the hand. A National Historic Landmark for Architecture, his hilltop studio/residence, with more than 300 of his works on exhibition, has been preserved much as it was when the artist lived and worked there. Please call for tour reservations. This museum is closed January & February.


Wilma Theatre

265 S Broad St, Philadelphia, PA 19107
www.wilmatheater.org | (215) 893-9456

SEPTA: Market-Frankford Line, Broad Street Line, Buses: Route C, 41, 21, 90, Regional: R1, R2, R3, R5, R6 and R8, PATCO
Indego Bike Dock: S Broad St and South St (a 12 minute walk)

The Wilma Theater creates living, adventurous art. The Wilma seeks to engage artists and audiences in imaginative reflection on the complexities of contemporary life. The Wilma presents bold, original, well-crafted productions that represent a range of voices, viewpoints, and styles.

Showtimes may vary, Visit Wilma Theatre’s website.


Woodmere Art Museum

9201 Germantown Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19118
www.woodmereartmuseum.org | 215-247-0476

SEPTA Bus Route L & Regional Rail Chestnut Hill West line.

Woodmere is housed in a 19th-century stone Victorian mansion in Chestnut Hill. The building, grounds and the nucleus of the Permanent Collection are the benefactions of Charles Knox Smith who wished “to awaken the spirit of, the appreciation of, and the knowledge of art… in the City of Philadelphia and surrounding territory.” Today, the Permanent Collection consists of more than 3,000 works of art, celebrating the art and artists of Philadelphia.