Your STAMP pass gets you free admission to 24 museums and attractions around Philly! Don’t have one yet? Sign up now!
Please note that some museums have specific days/hours that they will honor the pass–visit their profile pages for details or check them out in the STAMP app. When you’re visiting a museum, please be sure to adhere to their visitor policies. The museums reserve the right to restrict access to any individuals who put their collections or fellow visitors at risk.
The Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University
African American Museum in Philadelphia
American Swedish History Museum
The Barnes Foundation
Betsy Ross House
Eastern State Penitentiary
Fabric Workshop & Museum
The Franklin Institute
Independence Seaport Museum
Institute of Contemporary Art
Laurel Hill Cemetery
La Salle University Art Museum
Museum of the American Revolution
Mütter Museum of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia
National Constitution Center
National Liberty Museum
National Museum of American Jewish History
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Shofuso Japanese Cultural Center
Rosenbach Museum & Library
The fine print:
Admission to the STAMP partner museums and attractions is always FREE. This includes all special events and parties hosted by the STAMP Teen Council at participating museums. Just make sure you check the hours that each museum accepts the pass before you make your plans. You can find all the info you need on the website (http://www.phillystamppass.org/).
You Must Be 14 – 19
STAMP is for teens only! But, some of the STAMP museums and attractions do have age restrictions on unsupervised teens so make sure to read the fine print about each museum before heading over alone.
No Pass – No Admission
You must show your STAMP Pass at the museum to get in for free, whether it’s the Digital STAMP pass (the STAMP app) or a paper pass. If you don’t receive your STAMP Pass or if you lose your pass, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Subject To Availability
Some museums have a limited capacity for admission and can only allow a certain number of STAMP pass holders in per month. Worried about getting in to see the new exhibit? Never fear! Check out http://www.phillystamppass.org/ before you go.