Due to current COVID-19 restrictions, guided tours are currently limited to a maximum of 12 participants. Tours may be scheduled on Wednesday and Friday mornings at 10:00 before we open to the general public, pending availability. Tours last about an hour and can be adapted for different age groups and interests.
Group Tour Pricing
Pre-K, $4 per person
Philadelphia Public and Charter Schools, $2 per person
All other K-12 schools, $8 per person
University, $10 per person
Seniors (65+), $14 per person
Adults, $16 per person
$15 for Adults
$12 for Seniors (ages 65+)
$12 for University Students
$10 for Students (Grades 9-12)
$8 for Students (Grades 1-8)
$2 for Groups of Pre-K and Kindergarten Students
Explore the fully mosaicked gallery space and outdoor sculpture garden at your own leisure. Garden Guide interpreters are available to give brief introductions to Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens and answer questions.
Self-guided groups of more than 15 people must reserve in advance. Groups without a reservation may not be admitted.
Please call (215) 733-0390 x. 116 or email email@example.com to make a reservation for a tour or self-guided group.
Reservations should be made at least two weeks in advance. Some last-minute reservations may be accommodated.
PMG offers virtual tour experiences that can be tailored to your group. Check back for more options soon or email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
Visionary Visits Discounted Tours
Visionary Visits provides discounted guided tours of PMG for groups with a financial need. Special preference is given to Philadelphia public and charter schools, but all schools and organizations are welcome to apply. The program educates youth and adults about Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens and its creator Isaiah Zagar. Tour themes can include mosaics, art as therapy, Mexican folk art, art environments, the impact of art on a neighborhood, and more.
This program has been generously supported by the Christian R. and Mary F. Lindback Foundation, the Christopher Ludwick Foundation, the Philadelphia Cultural Fund, and the Seth Sprague Educational and Charitable Fund.
About the Content at PMG
Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens would like to make you aware that our space contains artworks that display the nude human figure. Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens was created by Isaiah Zagar as a journal of his life. He, like many artists over the centuries, believes the human figure is its own beautiful work of art. The works are present throughout the site, along with countless other themes and objects, and are not the primary focus of our space. Our staff are happy to answer any questions you may have about nudity in the space prior to your visit.
Educational programming at Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens is generously supported by the Philadelphia Cultural Fund