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Penn LPS Coding Boot Camp Campus Philly Partner

Online Camp

Gain real-world coding experience in 12 weeks through a market-driven curriculum and an immersive virtual classroom experience at Penn LPS Coding Boot Camp. Campus Philly readers qualify for $2,000 off the cost of tuition for the May 26 full-time class.
Learn more.

1812 Productions

1714 Delancey Place

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. 

Academy of Vocal Arts

1920 Spruce Street

The mission of the Academy of Vocal Arts is to be the world’s premier institution for training young artists as international opera soloists. Each year AVA resident artists are presented in four or five fully staged opera productions accompanied by orchestra. 

Adventure Aquarium

1 Riverside Drive

Adventure Aquarium is just minutes from downtown Philadelphia on the Camden Waterfront and features one-of-a-kind exhibits with more than 15,000 aquatic species throughout two million gallons of water. 

Campus Philly PartnerAfrican American Museum in Philadelphia

​701 Arch Street

The African American Museum in Philadelphia is the first institution built by a major United States city to house and interpret the life and work of African Americans. Experience the richness and vibrancy of African American heritage and culture.
$10 admission with valid ID

American Philosophical Society Museum

104 S 5th St

The American Philosophical Society, the oldest learned society in the United States, was founded in 1743 by Benjamin Franklin for the purpose of “promoting useful knowledge.”
Public events are free with pre-registration. 

Annenberg Center

3680 Walnut Street

The Annenberg Center connects diverse audiences with visionary artists and innovative ideas, engaging both the University and the greater Philadelphia community in transformative artistic experiences.
$10 student rush tickets 

Arden Theatre Company

40 N. 2nd Street

Arden Theatre Company is dedicated to bringing to life great stories by great storytellers—on the stage, in the classroom and in the community.
$10 (cash) student rush tickets with valid student ID, available for purchase 30 minutes before performance 

Art Sanctuary

628 S. 16th Street

Art Sanctuary uses the power of black art to transform individuals, create and build community and foster cultural understanding.

Astral Artists

230 S Broad St #300

Astral is a nonprofit intensive mentoring program that specializes in developing the early careers of extraordinary classical musicians. We concentrate our resources on a small number of rising-star soloists and chamber ensembles with the potential to be change-makers and influencers.
$5 tickets for select shows with Student ID

Azuka Theatre

1700 Sansom Street Suite 800

Launched in 2016, Azuka Theatre was the first theater company in Philadelphia (and in the country as far as we can tell) to offer its entire season of productions as Pay What You Decide (PWYD): every production, every performance, everyone.
Pay What You Decide 


1923 Washington Avenue

During rehearsal periods for each series, BalletX invites local college students into the studio to meet the BalletX dancers, learn more about contemporary ballet from choreographers and BalletX Directors, and see the creative process in action.
FREE admission to Open Studio visits

Banana Republic

1401 Walnut Street + various locations around Philadelphia

Banana Republic

Shop for contemporary, high-quality classics at Banana Republic’s Center City location, their factory store on 19th and Chestnut, or other locations throughout the region! Not valid online.
15% off full-price items

Barnes Foundation Campus Philly Partner

2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway

Barnes Foundation

Founded by Dr. Albert C. Barnes, the Barnes Foundation is home to one of the finest collections of impressionist, post-impressionist and Modern paintings in the world—including works by Renoir, Cézanne, Matisse, and Picasso, plus important African sculpture, Pennsylvania German furniture, and decorative arts.
General Admission is $5 for college students (with valid ID)

Betsy Ross House

239 Arch Street

Betsy Ross

Known as the birthplace of the American flag, this historic house tells the story of Betsy Ross and her exciting life in the 18th century through interactive tours.
$4 tickets with valid ID

Big Red Pedal Tours

216 Market Street

Explore Philly on a giant 15-passenger bike! Big Red Pedal Tours runs history tours, pub crawls, food tours and more via “pedicycles”. Riders work together to propel the bikes forward by pedaling.
Get 15% off weekday history pedal tours using the code CAMPUSPHILLY15

Bright Invention

122 Lombard Street

Bright Invention uses improvisation to empower individuals and organizations to unlock their potential.
FREE with ticket reservation 

Bryn Mawr Film Institute

824 W. Lancaster Avenue

With great community support, the theater complex today boasts four state-of-the-art theaters, classrooms, community gathering space, a café, and a listing on the National Register of Historic Places.
$10 tickets with valid ID

Café Lift

428 N 13th St

BYOB, cozy café serving brunch seven days a week from 8am to 3pm.
10% off your bill with valid college ID

Cinemark Movie Theater

4012 Walnut Street

Cinemark Movie Theater

Located in University City, this movie theater offers $5.50 tickets on Discount Day, every Tuesday. Reserve your tickets online to secure your spot!
$5.50 tickets on Tuesdays with valid ID

Campus Philly PartnerCitizens Bank Student Loan® Loyalty Rate Discount

If you (or your co-signer) are already a customer, get a .25% principal rate reduction on a new Student Loan.* Not a customer? Under 25? Our Student Checking has no monthly maintenance fee and includes convenient 24/7 mobile banking: get balances, pay bills, even deposit checks – wherever you go.*
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Curtis Institute of Music

1726 Locust Street

The Curtis Institute of Music gives the world’s most talented young musicians a haven to learn by doing—and gives audiences a place to witness their pursuit of greatness.
$10 Student Tickets 

Eastern State Penitentiary

2027 Fairmount Ave.

This giant former prison was once the most famous and expensive in the world, but stands today in ruin, a haunting world of crumbling cellblocks and empty guard towers. Tour the vaulted, sky-lit cellblocks, solitary punishment cells, Al Capone’s Cell, and Death Row.
Get $2 off admission online

Edgar Allen Poe House

532 N 7th Street

Edgar Allan Poe House

Edgar Allan Poe lived in Philadelphia for six years, and during that time he wrote some of his most mystifying and well-known works, including “The Tell-Tale Heart” and many others.
FREE admission

EgoPo Classic Theater

317 Dickinson Street Unit D

EgoPo is known for creating unique new stagings of classic theater. Productions are accessible interpretations of significant literature and plays, making them ideal for high school and college classes.
Package pricing available for groups, $15/student 

Ethos Physical Theatre Company

121 N. Columbus Blvd, Studio 13

An independent, non-profit physical theatre company from Collingswood, NJ, Ethos Physical Theatre Company integrates puppetry, masks and circus aerials to tell existential fables for adults.

First Person Arts

443 W Girard Ave #2C

First Person Arts includes storytellers practicing across multiple disciplines such as theatre, memoir, visual arts, spoken word, and dance from the point of view of someone expressing or sharing events that he or she is experiencing or has experienced.

Fleisher Art Memorial

719 Catharine St.

Fleisher is a source of inspiration, creativity and community. Every year, more than 20,000 people experience the transformative power of art by participating in tuition-free classes, workshops, exhibitions, and community-based programs.

Free Library of Philadelphia

Various Locations throughout Philadelphia

The mission of the Free Library of Philadelphia is to advance literacy, guide learning, and inspire curiosity. Its vision is to build an enlightened community devoted to lifelong learning.
FREE author events

FringeArts Campus Philly Partner

140 N Columbus Blvd

Fringe Arts

FringeArts is Philadelphia’s home for contemporary performance, presenting progressive, world-class art that expands the imagination and boldly defies expectation. Our programming exposes audiences to genre-defying dance, theater, and music performances by accomplished and emerging innovators who push the boundaries of art-making and redefine the artistic landscape worldwide.
$15 student tickets to events year-round and additional discounts during Fringe Festival

Getaround Campus Philly Partner


Getaround is a trusted carsharing community that enables people to share and rent cars in their neighborhood. We provide quality and convenience to residents who don’t own a car and an easy way to earn extra cash for those that do.
New to Getaround? Get $30 off your first rental!

Grace and Glory Yoga – Fishtown

2220 Frankford Ave

Grace Glory Yoga

The mission at Grace & Glory Yoga is to disrupt business as usual. It’s a cause for community, developing bold leaders, and elevating the world around us… starting with the world within us. Grace & Glory Yoga believes in the efficacy of the Baptiste Yoga Methodology: physicalness as an access to freedom, vitality and power on and off of the mat.
Get 20% off with your student ID

IKEA Campus Philly Partner

South Philly & Conshohocken

Join IKEA FAMILY for free! Enjoy free coffee or tea in the IKEA Restaurant with every visit, monthly discounts on products and food, 90-day price retention, discount in the IKEA FAMILY shop, and the chance to win a $100 IKEA gift card just for scanning your card!
Join the IKEA Family for free

Independence Seaport Museum

211 S. Columbus Blvd.

Experience the Philadelphia region’s waterways through history, science, and art, plus experiences on the water. Climb aboard ships, board submarines, and explore the many unique exhibits.
$4 off admission with student ID


1400 N. American St. Studio 314

InLiquid mobilizes and makes accessible the visual arts culture of the greater Philadelphia region in order to unite communities, establish wider audiences for artists and designers, facilitate the relationship between artists and collectors, and nurture the public’s appreciation of all forms of visual art.

Institute of Contemporary Art

118 S 36th Street

Institute of Contemporary Art

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.
FREE admission

International House Philadelphia

3701 Chestnut Street

International House Philadelphia is an international hub supporting organizations working to make Philadelphia more welcoming and globally connected. IHP provides shared space, services, and collaborative opportunities for organizations advancing immigrant integration, global connections, and international education.

Iovine Brothers Produce Market

Reading Terminal Market, 1136 Arch Street

Whether you’re making homemade guacamole or in need of a healthy snack, get the tastiest, seasonal produce, fresh-squeezed juices, or something from the huge selection of nuts and snacks at this Reading Terminal Market outpost.
10% off with student ID


1625 Chestnut Street


Located inside Liberty Place, use your student ID for discounts at this store for classic, stylish apparel, shoes and accessories for men and women.
15% off full-price items

Keswick Theatre

291 N Keswick Ave

Nationally recognized as the most comfortable, acoustically perfect listening room in the entire Philadelphia market, The Keswick was designed by acclaimed architect Horace Trumbauer (who also created the Philadelphia Museum of Art!).

Keystone Mini Golf

Looking for a fun group activity? Enjoy this full 18-hole part-indoor/part-outdoor miniature golf course, and be sure to play the old school pinball and arcade machines!
$2 off

Campus Philly PartnerKimmel Center for the Performing Arts

300 S Broad Street

Kimmel Center

The Kimmel Center is Philly’s home of the performing arts, offering year-round programming from jazz to comedy to Broadway + a calendar of free performances.
$10 tickets to select shows through KimmelSTIX

Kulu Mele African Dance & Drum Ensemble

2636 E Auburn St

Inspired by the voices of its ancestors, Kulu Mele African Dance & Drum Ensemble preserves, presents and perpetuates the traditional dance and music of West Africa and the African Diaspora.

La Salle University Art Museum

1900 West Olney Avenue

The mission of the La Salle University Art Museum is to further the University’s Lasallian educational objectives by helping students, other members of the University community and the general public to experience significant, original works of art in an intimate setting and to place them in meaningful contexts. 

Landmark Americana Tap & Grill

3333 Market Street

Saturday through Monday, get 50% off brunch (11am to 3pm) with your UPenn, Drexel, or Temple Student ID at Landmark University City.
Sunday through Thursday, get 50% off the late night menu with your UPenn or Drexel Student ID (times may vary, includes dine-in or takeout).

Landmark Theatres

Ritz East: 125 South Second Street
Ritz Five: 214 Walnut Street

Check out the latest indie or foreign films, 3-D movies and smart films from Hollywood at one of the three Ritz movie theatres in Philly!
$8 tickets every Wednesday

Laurel Hill Cemetery

3822 Ridge Avenue

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.
Free admission during regular hours

Lightbox Film Center at International House Philadelphia

3701 Chestnut Street

Lightbox Film Center is Philadelphia’s premier exhibitor of film and moving image art. Lightbox presents an unparalleled slate of repertory, nonfiction, experimental and international cinema.
Select showings are free 


3025 Walnut St

LiveConnections is a nonprofit organization specializing in music education, arts accessibility and collaborative concerts.

Longwood Gardens

1001 Longwood Road

As one of the premier performance venues in the Philadelphia region, Longwood Gardens has been delighting guests with an eclectic array of events for more than a century.
$20 general admission ticket with valid ID

LYFT Campus Philly Partner

Get a ride in minutes. Forget about finding parking or catching the bus with Lyft, the ride-sharing app. Download the Lyft app, request a ride, and you’ll have a ride door-to-door in minutes.
New to Lyft? Download the app and get $15 in ride credit


1300 Market Street

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.
Stop by the Visitor Center today!


1716 Walnut Street + various locations around Philadelphia


Shop at any Madewell store and get discounts on denim, clothes, shoes and accessories. Not valid online.
15% off full-price items

Morris Arboretum

100 E Northwestern Ave

Thousands of rare and lovely wooded plants, including many of Philadelphia’s oldest, rarest and most magnificent trees, grow in the expansive, 92-acre Victorian arboretum near Chestnut Hill. Photo by Paul Meyer
$10 off

MOVES Philly

4920 Baltimore Ave

A collective of creative queer and trans people of color. MOVES supports cultural shifts towards a more just and inclusive city by creating, securing spaces and opportunities in which QTPOC can build community, share resources, and thrive creatively. MOVES is currently gearing up for their fall events.
Check out their events or sign up as a volunteer on their website.

Multicultural Arts Exchange

9786 Verree Rd

Multicultural Arts Exchange presents, produces and promotes traditional and contemporary performing arts programs that bring together professional artists of different genres and various cultural backgrounds.
Students get a 15% discount with valid ID. 

Mural Arts Philadelphia Center City Walking Tour

All over the city!

Experience firsthand how art ignites change: explore the world’s largest outdoor art gallery and get to know Philadelphia’s stunning mural collection on an exciting guided tour! Weave through diverse neighborhoods on foot, and get inspired by the incredible public art that makes Philadelphia the mural capital of the world.
Use discount code CAMPPHL for $5 off a walking tour.  Advanced tickets required – visit to purchase tickets.

Campus Philly PartnerMuseum of the American Revolution

101 South Third Street

Museum of the American Revolution

The Museum of the American Revolution uncovers and shares compelling stories about the diverse people and complex events that sparked America’s ongoing experiment in liberty, equality, and self-government. Through the Museum’s unmatched collection, immersive galleries, powerful theater experiences, and interactive elements, visitors gain a deeper appreciation for how this nation came to be and feel inspired to consider their role in ensuring that the promise of the American Revolution endures. Located just steps away from Independence Hall, the Museum serves as a portal to the region’s many Revolutionary sites, sparking interest, providing context, and encouraging exploration.
$18 tickets

Mütter Museum

19 S. 22nd Street

Mutter Museum

Explore the Mütter Museum’s beautifully preserved collections of anatomical specimens, models, and medical instruments – it’s a unique and memorable experience, and there’s always something new to see!
$15 admission with valid ID

National Constitution Center

525 Arch Street

National Constitution Center

Learn all about the history of the signing of the U.S. Constitution through this museum’s hands-on exhibits. Don’t forget to take a selfie with the Founding Fathers in Signer’s Hall!
$13 admission with valid ID

National Liberty Museum

321 Chestnut Street

Located in the heart of historic Philadelphia, the National Liberty Museum brings liberty to life through stories of people whose character and courage have expanded liberty for all. 
$8 admission with valid ID

National Museum of American Jewish History

101 South Independence Mall East

National Museum American Jewish History

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.
$13 admission with valid ID

Opera Philadelphia Campus Philly Partner

240 S. Broad Street

Opera Philadelphia embraces innovation and developing opera for the 21st century, and features extraordinary artists, both established and emerging, and gives them the opportunities to create their most imaginative and inspired work.
$10 tickets with student ID

Painted Bride Art Center

230 Vine Street

Painted Bride Art Center brings together artists, audiences and communities to push the boundaries of how we create and experience art. We cultivate an environment for critical dialog and playful exchange to transform lives and communities.
Select events are free. 

Paul Robeson House & Museum

4951 Walnut Street

The Paul Robeson House and Museum offers tours of an exhibit titled “Paul Robeson: Up Close and Personal” consisting of record albums, paintings, books, photos and other artifacts pertaining to the man. 

Penn Museum

3260 South Street

Visitors can travel through time and space to learn more about ancient peoples in places around the world, along with their connections to present-day life.
$13 general admission with valid ID; free for Penn students with ID

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

118-128 North Broad Street

PAFA inspires the public by expanding the stories of American art through its collections, exhibitions, and programs; and educates artists from around the world to be innovative makers and critical thinkers with a deep understanding of traditions and the ability to challenge conventions.
$12 general admission with valid ID

Pennsylvania Ballet

Academy of Music at 240 South Broad Street

This nationally recognized ballet company produces extraordinary performances of a diverse classical and contemporary repertoire at the Academy of Music, an iconic venue on the Avenue of the Arts.
$10 student rush tickets with valid ID, presented one hour before performance time

Pennsylvania Horticultural Society

100 N. 20th Street, 5th Floor

PHS includes a diverse community of people who use horticulture to advance the greater good with a keen focus on creating healthier living environments, increasing access to fresh food, expanding economic opportunity, and fostering meaningful social connections.

People's Light Theatre Company

39 Conestoga Road

We extend our mission of making and experiencing theatre through arts education programs that excite curiosity about, and deepen understanding of, the world around us.
$5 student rush tickets with valid ID

PFS Roxy Theater

2023 Sansom Street

Roxy Theater

A small, intimate theater managed by the Philadelphia Film Society showing independent, mainstream, and international cinema.
$7 rush tickets

Philadelphia Chamber Music Society

Multiple Venues

The mission of the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society—founded by Anthony P. Checchia in 1986—is to engage our community in a life more beautiful through the shared experience and transformative impact of chamber music.
$35 unlimited student pass with valid ID

Philadelphia Clef Club of Jazz & Performing Arts

738 S Broad St.

Considered a historic icon in the Philadelphia African American community, the Philadelphia Clef Club of Jazz and Performing Arts offers public performances by leading jazz artists and a music education program, which predominantly targets youth participants.

Philadelphia Contemporary

Various Venues across Philadelphia

Philadelphia Contemporary presents cross-disciplinary art that reflects the diversity and vitality of Philadelphia. Since 2016, Philadelphia Contemporary has offered a robust program of pop-up exhibitions and performances across the Philadelphia area in collaboration with various partner organizations

Philadelphia Direct Marketing Association

Join the Philadelphia Direct Marketing Association for FREE and get access to real world business exposure, including mentoring; inclusion in the Benny’s Awards for student work, job search assistance, and more!
Free student membership

Campus Philly PartnerPhiladelphia Flyers

3601 S Broad St.

College students, strapped for cash but want to attend a Flyers game? Sign up here or text FLYERS to 20123 to register today for the Flyers Student Rush program. You’ll receive alerts for last minute discounted tickets for 24-48 hours before all home games.
You must register with a valid .edu email address in order to receive Student Rush offers.

Philadelphia Jazz Project

Various Venues across Philadelphia

Philadelphia Jazz Project (PJP) is a special initiative which works to inspire a network to support, promote, archive and celebrate the diverse elements within the Philadelphia jazz community, with the larger goal of connecting to the global community.

Philadelphia Museum of Art Campus Philly Partner

2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway

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: Wednesday Nights (5:00-8:45pm); First Sundays (10:00am—5:00pm)
Student membership $40

Philadelphia Theatre Company

480 S. Broad St.

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.
$10 student rush tickets with valid ID

Philadelphia Union

1 Stadium Dr, Chester, PA 19013

Philadelphia Union

Experience the rush of attending Philadelphia’s MLS soccer team, The Union, at home games for just $10, plus free transportation on the U-Ride bus, with pick-up from Center City! Photo: B. Krist for VISIT PHILADELPHIA
$10 single-game tickets to any home game + a free ride

Philadelphia Wings

3601 S Broad St.

College students, join the party and experience a Wings lacrosse game! Text WINGSLAX to 20123 to sign up today for the Philadelphia Wings Lacrosse Student Rush program to receive alerts for last minute discounted tickets 24-48 hours before all home games.
Text WINGSLAX to 20123 to register now!

Philadelphia Youth Orchestra

Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts

The Philadelphia Youth Orchestra uses extraordinary music education through the pursuit of music excellence to inspire a strong sense of character, discipline, commitment, and community for our diverse student population.

Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens

1020 South Street

Navigate through a stunning mosaic maze created by artist Isaiah Zagar. Check out the folk art statues, bicycle wheels, colorful glass bottles, Zagar’s hand-made tiles, and thousands of glittering mirrors, located right on South Street.
$2 off

Plays and Players

1714 Delancey Place

As a coalition of theatre artists and enthusiasts, Plays & Players strives to provide intelligent, inclusive and diverse plays that engage and entertain audiences, to invest in local talent, and to preserve its historic landmark home.

Reach Climbing

401 East 4th Street

This state-of-the-art rock climbing gym with the tallest walls in the region offers discounted student memberships and Student Night every Thursday.
$12 Day Passes every Thursday night with valid ID

REC Philly Campus Philly Partner

901 Market Street Suite 2120

A Place for Creatives: REC, Resources for Every Creator, is an ecosystem that exists to empower independent creators to do more of what they love.
Currently, Temple Students & Alumni receive 10% off their monthly membership at REC!

Rodin Museum

2151 Benjamin Franklin Parkway

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.

Rosenbach Museum & Library

2008 Delancey Place

Explore the historic house and rare book library, complete with more than 400,000 rare books! Check out the documents handwritten by America’s founding fathers, including George Washington, John Adams, and Thomas Jefferson!
$5 admission


Use your SEPTA Key or Pass for discounts on food, drink, museums, sports, shops and more! Just flash your SEPTA Pass or Key and you’re an instant VIP.
For a list of Perks Partners, visit ISEPTAPHILLY.COM/Perks

Shofuso Japanese House and Garden

Lansdowne Dr & Horticultural Dr

Shofuso Japanese House

Located in the expansive Fairmount Park, this 17th century-style Japanese house and gardens reflects the history of Japanese culture in Philadelphia.
$8 admission with valid ID

SPIN Campus Philly Partner

211 S 15th St

SPIN is a network of ping pong social clubs that encourage human connections – no matter what age, ethnicity, or gender – around the simple game of ping pong. SPIN is open to the public for everyday play with lounge seating, a kitchen and two full bars. SPIN hosts both social and corporate events, ping pong leagues, birthday parties and programming revolving around art and music.

Campus Philly PartnerSpirit of Philadelphia

401 S. Christopher Columbus Blvd

Check out Philly like never before – from the water aboard the Spirit of Philadelphia! With the most breathtaking skyline views, delicious buffet dining, attentive service and interactive DJ entertainment, Spirit is the perfect backdrop for any event – from orientation mixers to senior week outings and everything in between.
Get 15% off using code CAMPUSPHILLY at checkout

SummerFest at Blue Cross River Rink

101 S Columbus Boulevard

Roller Skating

Open from May to September each year, SummerFest has Philly’s only outdoor roller skating rink + mini-golf, arcade games, rides, and concession stands with some of the city’s best food and drinks!
FREE skating admission with valid student ID

The Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University

1900 Benjamin Franklin Parkway

Founded in 1812, the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University is a leading natural history museum. Visitors to the Academy have the opportunity to get face-to-face with towering dinosaurs, meet live animals, and explore a tropical garden filled with live butterflies.
$19 tickets ($17 online) with valid ID

Campus Philly PartnerThe Bowery Presents

Multiple Venues: Franklin Music Hall; Union Transfer; Boot & Saddle

Since its inception, The Bowery Presents has been a purveyor of true artist development and as a trusted industry tastemaker, The Bowery Presents produces dynamic entertainment experiences at dozens of venues nationally, producing thousands of shows annually.

The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia

1520 Locust St #500

The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, a founding resident company of The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, is a 33-member professional ensemble led by Music Director, Sir Dirk Brossé. 

The Clay Studio

137-139 North Second Street

The Clay Studio inspires curiosity and discovery around the art and craft of clay, drawing together students, artists, and an engaged public into a welcoming community. 

The Dell Music Center

2400 Strawberry Mansion Drive

Located in scenic East Fairmount Park, the Dell Music Center is Philadelphia’s premier outdoor venue. The world-class amphitheater offers the very best musical entertainment, family-oriented activities and creative learning.

The Fabric Workshop and Museum

1214 Arch Street

The Fabric Workshop and Museum was founded in 1977 with a visionary purpose: to stimulate experimentation among leading contemporary artists and to share the process of creating works of art with the public.
Free and open to the public seven days a week.

The Franklin Institute

222 N 20th St

Founded in honor of America’s first scientist, Benjamin Franklin, The Franklin Institute is one of the oldest and premier centers of science education and development in the country.  

Check out the current special exhibit, The Worst-Case Scenario: Survival Experience, October 19 through April 19!

The Mann Center

5201 Parkside Ave

As one of the country’s largest non-profit open-air music centers, the Mann presents world-class artists in historic Fairmount Park, hosting more than 200,000 visitors each year.

The Philadelphia Art Alliance at University of the Arts

320 S. Broad St

Founded by playwright Christine Wetherill Stevenson in 1915 and located in the former Wetherill Mansion on Rittenhouse Square, the Philadelphia Art Alliance is considered one of the first multidisciplinary art spaces in the U.S.

The Philadelphia Orchestra

One South Broad Street 14th Floor

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.
Annual FREE concert with valid ID

Campus Philly PartnerThe Philadelphia Orchestra’s eZseatU Student Membership

Get a membership that offers college students access to FREE tickets to unlimited Philadelphia Orchestra concerts. With eZseatU, you’ll experience live music that will blow you away from some of the best seats in the Kimmel Center.
$25 for unlimited Philadelphia Orchestra concerts

The Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre

1901 Vine St

Throughout the year, enjoy fascinating lectures, performances, and discussions about exciting topics in Shakespeare’s plays.

The Philly Pigeon

230 Vine St

The Philly Pigeon aims to elevate and popularize the art form of performance poetry, while serving the people. We strive to foster a sense of community across gender, color, religion, sexuality, and class.

The Underground Railroad Museum at Belmont Mansion

2000 Belmont Mansion Drive

Underground Railroad Belmont Mansion

This historic house museum is dedicated to 18th and 19th century history, and the network of people and places known as the “underground railroad.”
$5 admission with valid ID

The Wilma Theater

265 South Broad Street

Wilma Theater

Located on the Avenue of the Arts, The Wilma Theater creates living, adventurous arts through original, well-crafted productions that represent a range of voices, viewpoints, and styles.
$15 admission with valid ID

The Woodlands

4000 Woodland Ave

The Woodlands’ 54-acre undulating landscape is at once a one-of-a-kind 18th-century English pleasure garden, 19th-century rural cemetery, and a modern green oasis for its neighbors in bustling University City and West Philadelphia.

Theatre Exile

1340 S 13th St

For the last 23 years Theatre Exile has been bringing daring and engaging productions to Philadelphia audiences.

Thirsty Dice Campus Philly Partner

1642 Fairmount Ave.

Thirsty Dice Board Game Cafe

Philly’s first board game cafe, Thirsty Dice, has hundreds of games in its library – from Settlers of Catan, to Bananagrams, to Cards Against Humanity – they have it all! Enjoy selections from their menu of game-themed snacks while challenging new friends to your favorite board games.
Check out the Thirsty Dice events calendar

Tongue & Groove

1315 Walnut St Suite 320

Tongue & Groove​​​​ casts a unique company of actors-who-improvise and improvisers-who-act, and sets about creating a style of theater that would elevate the power of spontaneous creation.

Topgolf Campus Philly Partner

104 Centerton Rd, Mt Laurel Township, NJ

Every Wednesday, 8-11 p.m., at Topgolf is College Night! Unlimited game play, $2 off all appetizers, shareables and flatbreads, drink specials, and space reserved exclusively for college students.
$15 for unlimited game play, app & drink specials on Wednesdays

US Storage Center

Philadelphia location: 1910 South Christopher Columbus Blvd; Locations nationwide

With over 100 facilities nationwide, US Storage Centers have helped thousands of people organize their lives by delivering convenient and affordable self-storage solutions.
25% off first month’s rent at select locations

Venture Café Philadelphia Campus Philly Partner

3675 Market Street

A free weekly gathering that connects members of the community who have ideas, talent, resources, and/or passion to contribute and want to participate in a full slate of high-impact programming and informal networking. Powered by the Science Center.
Free to attend. No registration required.

Wagner Free Institute of Science

1700 West Montgomery Avenue

The Wagner Institute’s nineteenth century exhibit hall houses an extraordinary collection of natural history specimens including mounted birds and mammals, fossils, rocks and minerals, insects, shells, dinosaur bones, and more.
FREE admission to all education programs

Walnut Street Theatre

825 Walnut Street

Standing at the corner of Ninth and Walnut Streets in Philadelphia for two hundred years, Walnut Street Theatre’s National Historic Landmark structure has housed two centuries’ worth of American popular entertainment.
Tickets are available for $25 for those 24 years old or younger

Campus Philly PartnerWinterfest at Blue Cross RiverRink

121 N. Columbus Blvd

The seasonal winter park includes a fairytale winter landscape, world-class ice skating rink, outdoor seating area with fire pits, and more.
$3 off skating admission Monday-Thursday with a valid student ID

Woodmere Art Museum

9201 Germantown Avenue

Woodmere’s collection consists of more than 8,000 works of art, and nine galleries offer exhibitions and programs that serve adults and children. Lectures, panel discussions, gallery talks, tours, and more are also offered.
FREE with valid ID

World Cafe Live

3025 Walnut St

World Cafe Live is an independent music venue in the University City District of Philadelphia PA, offering great food and beverages daily, and hosts and caters over two hundred special events a year. 


1914 E. Passyunk Ave

Yoga Hive

YOGA HIVE Philly’s mission is to increase awareness throughout our community of the powerful benefits associated with regular yoga practice. YOGA HIVE Philly offers a warm and welcoming environment to our students, allowing them to learn yoga at their own pace and feel comfortable on their yoga journey.
$12 drop-in classes

Zipcar Campus Philly Partner

Explore Philly with Zipcar. You’re 18+ right? Great. Join Zipcar now and your annual membership is just $15 (thanks, Ford). The best part: Zipcar covers gas, insurance, and 180 miles per reservation!
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