Pass holders can enjoy things to do with admission to attractions like Philadelphia Zoo, The Franklin Institute, or Adventure Aquarium
About This Deal
- Philadelphia CityPASS tickets include prepaid admission to your choice of 3, 4 or 5 must-see attractions.
- Save up to 50% off the price of the same tickets purchased separately.
- Tickets must be purchased by 2/28/2023 and are valid one year from purchase date to be activated. Beginning with the first day of use; CityPASS tickets are valid for 9 consecutive days.
- Advance reservations are required and subject to availability at some attractions, visit citypass.com/guide/philadelphia to learn more.
- Attractions do not have to be selected at time of purchase and can be visited in any order.
- Enjoy easy entry with convenient mobile tickets (also printable).
Choose 3, 4 or 5 attractions
- Adventure Aquarium – General Admission
- The Franklin Institute – General Admission including one Fels Planetarium Show
- Philadelphia Zoo – Daytime General Admission
- Big Bus Company and Philadelphia Trolley Works - 1-Day Hop-on Hop-Off Double Decker Sightseeing Tour
- Eastern State Penitentiary – General Admission
- Museum of the American Revolution – General Admission
- Battleship New Jersey - Fire Power Tour, plus a free guided tour of the 16-inch gun turret and/or Engine Room
- Academy of Natural Sciences – All Access Admission, including special exhibits
- Value — Philadelphia CityPASS C3, C4 and C5 tickets save travelers up to 50% off regular combined admission to the city’s most popular attractions. Philadelphia CityPASS tickets start at $52 for adults and $41 for children ages 3-12.
- Flexibility — Philadelphia CityPASS C3, C4 and C5 tickets are valid for nine consecutive days, allowing travelers to explore at their own pace – in a few days or over the nine days.
- Trust — CityPASS includes only the best attractions and has a 97% customer recommendation rating.
Philadelphia CityPASS Attractions:
Adventure Aquarium – Explore life underwater with your family at Adventure Aquarium! Journey into a world of sharks, hippos, penguins and sea turtles. Dare to cross Shark Bridge, the longest V-shaped rope suspension bridge in the world, where you walk just inches above the largest collection of sharks on the East Coast. See the largest collection of sharks on the East Coast, including the only great hammerhead shark on exhibit in the United States. Just minutes from downtown Philadelphia on the Camden Waterfront.
**The Franklin Institute - Discover something new at The Franklin Institute, where kids and parents will laugh and learn together through innovative, explosive, interactive science exhibitions that spark curiosity and creativity. Let your imagination soar when you climb into a fighter jet; get your blood pumping in an exhibition about the science of sports; and take a journey through a giant two-story human heart. From tectonic plates to the starry skies, your family will be inspired to explore the world around you. It all begins at The Franklin Institute — a smart place to have fun.
**Philadelphia Zoo – Experience Zoo360, a first-in-the-world system of see-through mesh trails passing through treetops, crossing over pathways and connecting habitats, giving animals opportunities to travel and explore. Visit Key Bank Big Cat Falls, PECO Primate Reserve and KidZooU, a wildlife academy that offers dynamic displays, rare breeds and hands-on experiences.
Big Bus Company and Philadelphia Trolley Works - Allow Philadelphia’s Premier Tour Company to show you the sights and tell you the tales of a city that cheered for Rocky, forged a nation and is home to the Liberty Bell.
Eastern State Penitentiary - Explore America’s most historic prison! Eastern State Penitentiary was the world’s first penitentiary: a prison designed to inspire penitence, or true regret, in the hearts of prisoners. Its vaulted, sky-lit cells held many of America’s most notorious criminals, including “Scarface” Al Capone and “Slick Willie” Sutton. The prison stands today in ruin, a haunting world of crumbling cellblocks and empty guard towers.
Museum of the American Revolution - The Museum of the American Revolution brings to life the events, people, and ideals of our nation’s founding. Through Revolutionary-era artifacts, immersive environments, theater experiences, and recreated historical moments, visitors can experience the dynamic story of the American Revolution from its origins to ultimate victory and its continuing relevance.
Battleship New Jersey - Experience a tour of our nation’s most decorated and largest battleship - the Battleship New Jersey. Check out the ship’s weapons systems, including the 16-inch gun turrets and the Combat Engagement Center, and learn how the crew lived aboard this floating city!
Academy of Natural Sciences - Founded in 1812, the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University is a leading natural history museum dedicated to advancing research, education, and public engagement in biodiversity and environmental science. Museum visitors can get face-to-face with towering dinosaurs, explore a tropical garden filled with live butterflies, meet live animals, and see three continents of wildlife in their natural habitats.
National Constitution Center - As the Museum of We the People, America’s Town Hall, and a center for Civic Education, the National Constitution Center brings the U.S. Constitution to life for visitors of all ages. Experience America’s founding documents up close, immerse yourself in interactive exhibits such as American Treasures: Documenting the Nation’s Founding, and be inspired by the live theatrical production of Freedom Rising.
Barnes Foundation - The Barnes is home to one of the world’s finest collections of impressionist, post-impressionist and early modern paintings, with especially deep holdings in Renoir, Cézanne, Matisse, and Picasso. Assembled by Dr. Albert C. Barnes between 1912 and 1951, the collection also includes important examples of African sculpture, Native American pottery and jewelry, Pennsylvania German furniture and decorative arts, early twentieth-century American paintings, and an outstanding collection of wrought iron objects.