Plan Your Visit


We recommend purchasing tickets in advance online or by phone (215.253.6731).


Thursday - Sunday
10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Open Veterans Day (Nov. 11) and Winter Break

Events & Programs

Find more information on upcoming in-person and virtual events.

When Women Lost the Vote: A Revolutionary Story, 1776-1807 special exhibition is open.

The Museum, located in historic Philadelphia, is now open! Learn more about our Health and Safety Protocols as you plan your visit. Our virtual resources are always open.

Museum Hours: 
Thursday – Sunday, plus Veterans Day (Nov. 11) and Winter Break
10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

General Admission

Capacity is limited to allow for social distancing. To manage capacity, tickets are limited and sold on a timed basis. For guaranteed entry, we recommend that you purchase your admission tickets in advance online or by phone (215.253.6731).

Tickets are good for two consecutive days, based on availability.

Member Tickets

Museum Members can reserve tickets online or by phone (267.579.3565)

Any Day Tickets

An Any Day Ticket allows visitors immediate access to the exhibits, without picking a specific day. They also make great gifts. 
Any Day Tickets do not include admission into separate, ticketed programs or events. Dates subject to availability. Advance registration encouraged but not required. 

Have a question? 

Browse our FAQs to learn about ticketing, amenities, and much more before your visit.

Guided Museum Tour Options

Explore the Museum with an expert!  Take a guided tour and enhance your experience with additional insight into the artifacts and exhibits, behind-the-scenes details of the Museum’s creation, and opportunities to dig deeper into the stories behind objects on display.

Guided tours and program facilitation is supported by a grant from:


When Women Lost the Vote: A Revolutionary Story, 1776-1807

The groundbreaking special exhibition is open and is included with regular Museum admission.

Take a Virtual Tour of the Museum!

Prepare for a future visit or take a deeper dive into our galleries from your classroom or home at any time.


Made possible by generous support from George S. Blumenthal

Additional funding provided by Lester Crown, Morris W. Offit, and Martha McGeary Snider