Located in Philadelphia’s historic Navy Yard, the show is in a structure at the corner of League Island Blvd. and Kitty Hawk Ave.
Thursday, April 23
The Preview Party is a sneak peek at the fine works of art that will be on view at the show. Join show underwriters, show committee and museum staff that make the show happen for a memorable evening of art, drinks, and dinner by 12th Street Catering. Let your inner party animal come out as you tour this year’s loan exhibit All Creatures Great and Small presented by the exhibitors of the show. Price includes a ticket to the Preview Party, access for the run of the show, and a show catalogue.
Open to the Public
|Friday, April 24||11:00am – 8:00pm|
|Saturday, April 25||11:00am – 6:00pm|
|Sunday, April 26||11:00am – 5:00pm|
|Seniors (over 65)||$18.00|
(10 or more)
(18 and under
Advance tickets are available for purchase on the museum’s website, at the museum, or by calling 215-763-8100.
All proceeds from the Philadelphia Show support the Division of Education and Public Programs at the Philadelphia Museum of art. This support allows the museum’s award-winning educators to engage the broader community and provide programming for veterans, school children and college students throughout the year. In total, the programs serve over 200,000 of our 700,000 visitors annually, including over 20,000 students from the School District of Philadelphia, all of whom receive free admission thanks to the generous support from donors.
Getting to The Show
What is the address of the Naval Yard for my GPS?
League Island Blvd. and Kittyhawk Ave.
Is there parking available at the show?
Yes. There is plenty of free parking and valet service available for $10.00.
Are there travel packages or discount rates available during the show?
Yes. Please visit the special packages section for offerings from Philadelphia Hospitality. Groups of 10 or more receive a discount for admission to the show.
Is there public transportation available to the Navy Yard?
Yes. For details, visit the Directions page.
Buying, Selling, & Appraising
May I bring an object to the show for appraisal?
No. We do not offer appraisal services at the Show.
May I sell some of my own antiques at the show?
No. Only the Show’s Dealers are allowed to sell their merchandise.
Is it possible to purchase items at the show?
Yes. Items displayed by the Dealers are for sale to the public. The items consist of high quality antiques and fine art. Please check the dealers’ websites for specific information.
How do I find a specific object?
Browse our list of Dealers to see if they represent something that you are looking for. You can contact them directly for help.
Attending the Show
How do I purchase tickets?
Tickets are available online, by mail or at the door.
What are the shows hours and ticket prices?
For information about attending the Show, please visit the About section of the website.
Do you have refreshments available?
Yes. The Café offers sandwiches, soups, salads, desserts and beverages for purchase. The Show also offers several full-service bars to purchase cocktails, wine, beer, soda and other refreshments.
Are pets allowed at the show?
No. Only service dogs are allowed at the Show.
Are children allowed at the show?
Yes. Children 18 years old and under are admitted free of charge.
Are strollers allowed?
Yes. Strollers are allowed on the Show floor.
Are backpacks allowed?
No. Backpacks, shopping bags and luggage must be placed in Coat Check.
Are wheelchairs allowed?
Yes. Several wheelchairs will be available on a first come first served basis. Security will assist.
Are there special rates for senior citizens, students, or others?
Yes. Get details here.
Is photography allowed?
You must ask the Dealers prior to taking any photographs of merchandise in their booths.
Do you have guided tours available?
The Show offers daily Guided Show Tours each morning at 10:00 AM by reservation. For details, visit Events.
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