Let Philadelphia Hospitality plan your trip to the Philadelphia Show complete with hotels, dining and transportation. Below are sample itineraries for two and three day packages for groups of 20. If you prefer, Philadelphia Hospitality can create a tour package just for you around your interests and budget.
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2-Day Package

Package Information

Day 1 – April 24 – The Philadelphia Show and The Philadelphia Museum of Art

  • Leisurely tour The Philadelphia Show. Explore 60 of the country’s premier fine art and antiques dealer booths. Private tours available
  • Lunch at The Philadelphia Show café or local restaurant
  • Following lunch, tour the American Collection of the Philadelphia Museum of Art with a museum guide
  • Tour the private residence of a Philadelphia collector
  • Welcome reception and dinner at the Union League of Philadelphia

Day 2 – April 25 – Longwood Gardens and Winterthur Mansion

  • Drive to Longwood Gardens. View world famous conservatories, pavilions and fountains with private tour
  • Visit Winterthur Museum, once the du Pont family residence, which now houses a collection of American furniture and fine art mainly from 1640 to 1860. Explore the grounds of over 900 acres on a tram ride, weather permitting
  • Lunch at Winterthur
  • Return to Philadelphia for a private transit tour of the city or return to the Philadelphia Show

The cost for the two-day Philadelphia Show experience:

$1895 at the Four Seasons Hotel, $1585 Logan Hotel, $1480 Union League

Cost is per person, single occupancy, with 2 nights and all private ground transportation on luxury mini bus to and from venues and attractions. Entry fees, two lunches and one fine dining experience included. Prices are subject to change depending on hotel availability and hotel choice.

3-Day Package

Package Information

Day 1 – The Philadelphia Show: Antiques. Art. Design.

Preview Party, April 23, 6PM-9PM

The preview party of The Philadelphia Show is an opportunity to have a special first look at the exceptional works of art on display from 60 of the country’s finest dealers in fine art and antiques. The works span more than four centuries including furniture, paintings, prints, Americana, silver, ceramics, jewelry and glass. Dinner and drinks are included.

Day 2 – April 24 – The Philadelphia Museum of Art, Fairmount Historic Houses and Private Philadelphia Collection

  • Tour the Historic Houses of Fairmount Park, one of the finest groups of early American houses in the nation
  • Lunch at the Philadelphia Museum of Art
  • Following lunch, tour the American Collection with a museum guide
  • Tour the private residence of Philadelphia collector
  • Dinner at the Union League of Philadelphia

Day 3 – April 25 – Longwood Gardens and Winterthur Mansion

  • Drive to Longwood Gardens. View world famous conservatories, pavilions and fountains with private tour
  • Visit Winterthur Museum, once the du Pont family residence, which now houses a collection of American furniture and fine art mainly from 1640 to 1860. Explore grounds of over 900 acres on a tram ride, weather permitting
  • Lunch at Winterthur
  • Return to Philadelphia for a private transit tour of the city or return to the Philadelphia Show

The cost for the three-day Philadelphia Show experience:

$2785 at the Four Seasons Hotel, $2320 at the Logan Hotel, $2095 at the Union League

Cost is per person, single occupancy, with 3 nights and all private ground transportation on luxury mini bus to and from venues and attractions. Entry fees, two lunches and one fine dining experience included. Prices are subject to change depending on hotel availability and hotel choice.

Please contact Katherine Wong at Philadelphia Hospitality for more information 215-790-9901 kwong@philahospitality.org.