The Philadelphia Show, held annually on the East Terrace of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, showcases an outstanding selection of collectible antiques, art and design presented by over forty of America’s leading dealers. Learn more about the joy of collecting through educational dealer talks, show tours or take part in a self-guided treasure hunt. Come experience the amazing array of fine art, Americana, furniture, folk art, ceramics, porcelain, silver, jewelry, textiles, decorative arts, and feel the thrill of the hunt.




Preview Party

Thursday, April 25

The Preview Party is a first look at the fine works of art that will be on view at the show.

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Open to the Public

Friday, April 26

11:00am – 7:00pm

Saturday, April 27

Sunday, April 28

11:00am – 6:00pm

11:00am – 5:00pm


General Admission

Bundle Ticket – museum and show




The Philadelphia Show gratefully acknowledges the individuals who have given their time, energy and resources to support the Show. Our continued success is in large measure to their considerable generosity.


Presenting Sponsors

Premier Sponsors

Major Sponsor

Principal Sponsor

Justi Group, Inc.

Supporting Sponsors

Freedom Mortgage Corporation
Freeman’s | Hindman
Green Family Foundation
Jonathan Bassman Interior Design LLC
LF Driscoll
Pennsylvania Lumbermens Mutual Insurance Company
Philadelphia Rare Book Fair
PNC Private Bank
Pook & Pook, Inc., Auctioneers and Appraisers

Media Sponsors

American Fine Art Magazine
The Magazine Antiques

Sponsorship Opportunities

Elevate art and culture – become a sponsor and make a lasting impact on the 62nd annual Philadelphia Show in 2024!

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This year proceeds from the Philadelphia Show support the Division of Learning and Engagement at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

The mission of the Philadelphia Museum of Art is to bring the visual arts to diverse audiences as a source of delight, illumination and lifelong learning.   Education is at the heart of this mission. Through a wide range of arts education programs and community engagement and access initiatives, we connect people with art and inspire connection, creativity, critical thinking and self-expression.

Our programs engage diverse audiences of all ages and abilities from our youngest learners to families, to teens and adults.   We are committed to accessibility and breaking down barriers, so we offer many of our programs free-of-charge or at discounted rates.  School tours are free for all School District of Philadelphia students and teachers and our monthly “Pay What You Wish Family Festivals” offer families low-cost opportunities to engage in art making, gallery tours, and musical and dance performances.   We also distribute 13,000 Free Family passes and 5,000 Art Kits each summer throughout the Free Libraries and Parks and Rec Centers throughout the city.

Show Committees

Amy Fox*
Ellen Simon*
Anne Hamilton*
Honorary Chair
Marta Adelson*
President, The Women’s Committee
Cathy Altman*
Carol Blank*
Gwen Goodwill-Bianchi
Reid N. Bodek
Michele Brotman
Ann Calvert
Ellen Caplan*
Susan Charleston
Dunham Townend Churchill
Sarah Coulson*
Kirstin Engelman
Grace Fitts
Carrie Ann Floyd
Eleanore H. Gadsden*
Grete Greenacre
Suzett Hamilton
Hannah Henderson*
Cynthia B. Holstad
Angela Hudson*
Suzanne C. Jacobs
Joan Johnson*
Carol W. Jones
Anja Levitties
Michele Lockwood*
Holly Luff
Linda McCarthy
Mimi Melvin
Leslie Anne Miller
Joan R. Momjian
Martha H. Morris*
Karyn Mullen
Liz Murray
Karen R. Nagel
Carolyn Bedrosian Nagy
Arlene Olson
Katharine A.S. Padulo
Zoe Pappas*
Barbara Podell
Sharon Pollack
Judy Pote
Olivia Rabe
Gretchen Riley
Ann Dee Rome
Marsha Rothman*
Laura Rothrock*
Anne Rubin*
Susanna Saunders
Sally Sharkey*
Stephanie Simmerman
Keith Straw
Boo Stroud
Robin Switzenbaum
Michelle Tate
Nancy Taylor
Elissa Topol
Susan Vitale
Eve Walker
Beverly Wilde
Robin Williams*
Lisa Williamson*
Pam Yih
Susan Zelouf
*Show Steering Committee


Getting to The Show

  • Can I drive to the tent?

    Yes, you can drive to the front of the tent to drop off passengers. Turn left off of Anne D’Harnoncourt Drive coming from Kelly Drive passing the West Entrance of the museum. Continue clockwise around the museum building. Parking is available in museum garage with trolley service to the tent. Valet parking is also available at the show entrance for $30.

  • Can I park in the museum parking garage?

    Yes, you can park in the museum parking garage and then take a free trolley or walk around the museum building to the East Terrace. Parking with validation at the front of the show is $15.

  • Can an Uber/Lyft drop me off at the tent?

    Yes, ride share vehicles can drive around the museum building to the East Terrace and drop passengers at the entrance to the tent.

Buying, Selling, & Appraising

Attending the Show

  • How do I purchase tickets for the preview?

    Tickets are available online. Just click on the tickets button on the website to be routed to the ticket purchasing platform. Tickets can also be purchased at the door.

  • What are the shows hours and ticket prices?

    Show Dates

    Preview Party: Thursday, April 25, 5:00–9:00 p.m.

    Friday, April 26, 11:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.

    Saturday, April 27, 11:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

    Sunday, April 28, 11:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.


    Run of the show tickets

    General admission                  $20

    PMA/TPS                                $35

    PMA members                        $16

    Groups of 10 or more             $15 per person

    Youths (18 and under)            Free

  • Will there be food available at the show?

    Yes, there is a cafe in the show with lunch items like sandwiches and salads until 4pm and then snacks and drinks until closing.

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