At the western end of the renowned Benjamin Franklin Parkway, the iconic Philadelphia Museum of Art welcomes close to a million visitors annually. The museum’s front steps are a major tourist attraction, owing to its big-screen appearance as Rocky Balboa’s training ground in the 70s movie franchise. Inside, 200 galleries hold over 240K artworks, aging back up to 2000 years! The magnificent building and its grounds are easily accessible from Center City, drawing in visitors of all ages throughout the year.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art parking garage is on Anne d’Harnoncourt Drive near the main building and can be accessed via Kelly Drive or Spring Garden Street. You‘ll also find plenty of street parking and more parking lots nearby. While street parking comes with the risk of time limits and parking tickets, affordable garage spaces within walking distance ensure maximum safety for your car while you enjoy your day at the museum. Pre-book your parking near Philadelphia Museum of art for the lowest rates at parking lots in the neighborhood – download the way.com app for the best deals with exclusive discounts on Philadelphia Museum of Art parking.
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You can reach the Philadelphia Museum of Art parking garage via Kelly Drive or Spring Graden Street. Turn on Anne d'Harnoncourt Drive or Waterworks Drive and follow the signs to the garage near the museum's main building. When you enter Anne d'Harnoncourt Drive from Spring Garden Street, the garage will be on your left.
Parking rates at the Philadelphia Museum of Art start at $14 for the first four hours. After that, you'll be charged $2 for each additional hour. The daily maximum parking rate can go up to $50 at this on-site parking lot. The first hour of parking is free for the museum members, followed by $10 for the next 4 hours and $2 for each additional hour after that. On Fridays, you can park at this garage for just $5 after 5 pm. Hourly parking rates at other garages in the neighborhood start at $4 - $6. Closest metered street parking will cost you $1 - $2 per hour.
The first hour of parking at the on-site Philadelphia Museum of Art parking garage is free for museum members. You might find free parking spots at the Waterworks Drive public parking lot, depending on the time of your visit. Free street parking is available on Pennsylvania and Fairmont Avenues, and other streets nearby. You might also find a few free on-street parking spots on Waterworks Drive.
Metered parking is allowed on Benjamin Franklin Parkway near Eakins Oval. Hamilton Street, N 22nd Street, and Pennsylvania Avenue also have metered parking spaces. Most streets near Rodin Museum also have paid street parking. Make sure to check parking signboards and stick to the time limits to avoid a ticket.
Before your visit, always book your parking spot online for the lowest rates and instant access to garage spaces near the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Download a Philadelphia parking app on your website to make your parking spot search easier – compare rates and amenities at multiple garages near the museum to choose a spot that best suits your needs.
Philadelphia Museum of Art parking garage fee can be paid using a credit card. Parking tickets can be validated at the Visitor Services Desk inside the museum. Accessible parking is available on every level of this underground garage, near the elevators.
Parking rates at the on-site lot are subject to change; check the museum’s official website before visiting. For a stress-free experience, pre-book your parking spot at a nearby garage online.
The museum is closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.