Visitor Information

General Admission

$15 for adults
$12 for Students with ID, Military & Seniors
$8 for ages 6-12
FREE for children 5 and under*
$2 for ACCESS cardholders**

*Groups of 10 or more pre-K and kindergarten children are $2 per student.

**ACCESS Cardholders (PA residents who use an EBT card), are invited to use their card at PMG for just $2 with code ACCESS. For more info, visit www.art-reach.org/access
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Please note: Tickets must be reserved online in advance for both member and general admission tickets. Due to a high volume of visitors, tickets frequently sell out in advance especially on weekends and holidays.

Use this Social Narrative Slideshow to learn what to expect when visiting PMG.

Click here for digital versions of our brochures.


Self-guided groups of more than 15 people must reserve in advance by emailing education@phillymagicgardens.org or by calling (215) 733-0390 (ext 116). Groups without a reservation may not be admitted. Groups of 7 or more may schedule guided tours on weekdays. Learn more and book here!


Find out about public guided tour options here.


Wednesday-Monday: 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM*
CLOSED on Tuesdays

*Last admission 15 minutes before closing. All guests must exit promptly at 6:00pm.

Holiday Hours

Thanksgiving: Closed
Christmas Eve: Closed
Christmas Day: Closed
New Years Eve: 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
New Years Day: Noon – 6:00 PM

*Please visit our Calendar for changes to our normal hours.


Much of the main indoor gallery at Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens and parts of the outdoor sculpture garden are accessible to people in wheelchairs and strollers. Both the basement (open for guided tours only) and the sculpture garden have stairways and narrow passageways that are not equipped with ramps, elevators, or railings. Visitors with disabilities are encouraged to further explore the work of Isaiah Zagar through tours that lead visitors through PMG and down the sidewalks and alleys of the surrounding neighborhood.

PMG has a minimal amount of space to park strollers indoors.  We recommend that strollers be left off-site or folded up if at all possible.

Sensory bags are available for our guests with sensory disorders such as Autism Spectrum Disorder. Each bag contains noise-canceling headphones, two fidget toys, sunglasses, a sensory bottle, an emotions chart, and a map of Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens that notes areas to sit and where to find a helper if needed. Bags are free to borrow and simply require an ID held at our front desk during your visit. Please email us at info@phillymagicgardens.org or call us at 215-733-0390 ext. 119 when planning your visit to reserve a bag ahead of time.

To get a little more background on the space before your visit, please watch this video created by Art-Reach, which includes captions and an ASL interpreter. Please note that this video was recorded during our COVID closure and makes mention of that.

Please call us at (215) 733-0390 or email education@phillymagicgardens.org with questions or suggestions about accessibility and we will try to accommodate your needs.


Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens respectfully recognizes that is is located on the ancestral homeland of the Lenape.