The ACCESS Admission Program allows individuals with a PA ACCESS Card to attend 36 local museums, gardens, and other cultural sites for just $2!

A boy walks excitedly through a corridor at Philadelphia's Magic Gardens.

ACCESS Admission

ACCESS Cardholders (those Pennsylvania residents who monitor their government issued cash, food, or medical benefits with an EBT card), are invited to visit participating museums, science centers, gardens, historic sites and attractions at a deeply discounted rate. Similar to the reduced admission offered to students, senior citizens, and military professionals when showing proper identification, ACCESS cardholders will be able to do the same, and enter participating venues for just $2. Thirty five local cultural venues are on board, and excitedly awaiting your visit.

Visiting cardholders must present their valid ACCESS Card and photo ID to receive the discount and admits up to four (4) family members at a rate of $2 per person—including the ACCESS Cardholder. Admission is to be paid by the visitor, not through their EBT card. The ACCESS admission discount is not valid on special exhibitions or features, or with any other offers or group rates. Click on our Access Admission Sites list to see all the places you can go. This opportunity is ongoing, and can be used repeatedly.

ACCESS Admission now has a Live-Arts Partner, FringeArts, offering FringeACCESS. To learn more, click here, or click here to visit FringeArts page directly.

ACCESS Rack Card Newsletter Sign Up!

Keep up with Art-Reach’s ACCESS Program by signing up for our ACCESS Newsletter! Our monthly Newsletter highlights ACCESS users, new ACCESS Locations, and exciting special events at participating locations!





ACCESS Admission Partners

Download a  PDF versions of our partners in English or Spanish.

    English Version of ACCESS Admission Rack Card. Click to download PDF  ACCESS Admission Rack Card en Espanol

 

I love that you give EVERYONE a chance to experience Philadelphia arts & culture. Art-Reach helps break barriers in terms of accessibility.

— Amie Ung, Children’s Scholarship Fund