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Every year, a free concert just for college students kicks off The Philadelphia Orchestra’s eZseatU program, which brings thousands of students to Verizon Hall to experience the famous Philadelphia Sound.
Laurel Hill is a unique destination for connoisseurs of art, architecture and horticulture, and the final resting place of countless individuals who shaped the history of our city and nation. Nestled on a scenic bluff high above the Schuylkill River, the site also affords spectacular views that cannot be found elsewhere.
Stop by the Visitor Desk at Macy’s located on the Main level to retrieve a savings pass. While you’re there, check out the Macy’s Center City Package designed to make the most of your visit! Package includes exclusive Philadelphia Tote bag, $25 gift card and more.
Climb our iconic building’s famous Rocky steps and explore 200 galleries of art from all around the world. We are home to a world-class collection and Philadelphia’s destination for creative play.
Student admission $14 student tickets (with valid ID)
Pay What You Wish days: Friday Nights (5:00-8:45pm); First Sundays (10:00am—5:00pm)
The only institution outside Paris dedicated entirely to the master sculptor. The garden provides an ideal setting to experience some of the world’s most celebrated works of art, with 150 bronzes, marbles, and plasters which represent the different phases of Auguste Rodin’s career.
A Smithsonian-affiliated museum focusing on the 360-year history of Jews in America, featuring a collection of 20,000 objects in its many exhibitions.
This University City spot was created in 1963 to expose students to what was “new and happening,” and it still continues to do just that through its engaging art that “speaks to urgent issues facing our community and our country,” according to the Institute’s Director.