Save on Philadelphia’s most popular attractions
CityPASS Winter Special
Take your time exploring the city’s top attractions this winter with the CityPASS Winter Special.
Purchase or start using your CityPASS on or after December 15, 2013 and your pass will be extended far beyond the nine-day limit, giving you until February 28, 2014 to visit Philadelphia’s must-see attractions. Please note: for travel starting Feb. 20, 2014 or later, the normal nine-day validity period will apply.
For more information and to purchase your Philadelphia CityPASS online, click the button below.
Buy CityPASS Before March 1 And Save $3
Beginning March 1, Philadelphia CityPASS attractions will remain the same, but the price for adults (ages 13+) will increase to $62. Buy online today to get your Philadelphia CityPASS for the current price of $59.
Whether you zip through a place or linger to read every caption, Philadelphia’s landmarks in American history and more contemporary, city-wise offerings give you plenty to learn and explore.
The Philadelphia CityPASS is your ticket to discover our founding fathers’ passion for freedom at the National Constitution Center, walk through a giant heart at The Franklin and mingle with exotic wildlife at the Adventure Aquarium and Philadelphia Zoo. And that’s only the half of it.
Save 44% off the combined admission to five of Philadelphia’s must-see attractions with Philadelphia CityPASS. You’ll skip most ticket lines, too.
CityPASS ticket booklets are valid for nine days beginning with the first day of use. Cost: adult, $59 (value $106.20); child (2-12), $39 (value $75.71).
Attractions included with the Philadelphia CityPASS:
- The Franklin Institute
- Adventure Aquarium
- Philadelphia Trolley Works & The Big Bus Company
- Philadelphia Zoo or National Constitution Center
- Eastern State Penitentiary OR Please Touch Museum
You can purchase CityPASS at any of the participating CityPASS attractions, the Independence Visitor Center or online using the button below.
In the neighborhood
Museums & Attractions
321 Willings Alley Street Philadelphia, PA 19106
- Independence National Historical Park
- Old Pine Street (Third, Scots and Mariners) Presbyterian Church
- The President’s House: Freedom and Slavery in the Making of a New Nation
- The Liberty 360 3-D Show
at the PECO Theater
- Audacious Freedom
- Capture the Moment: The Pulitzer Prize Photographs
- Bulletin Building
- The Physick House
- The Powel House
- View more attractions
Restaurants & Dining