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ADDRESS

118 S. 36th Street

Philadelphia, PA 19104-3289

(215) 898-7108

Admission is Free For All

ICA is always Free For All. Free admission is courtesy of Amanda and Glenn Fuhrman.

Hours

Wednesday, 11am–8pm
Thursday & Friday, 11am–6pm
Saturday & Sunday, 11am–5pm
Monday & Tuesday, closed
Check holiday & seasonal closures

Currently on view

View the calendar to see what’s happening this week at ICA.

Jeremy Deller Joy in People Tour

Visiting in a group?

Thinking of bringing your class, club, office or alumni group to ICA?
If your group is ten persons or more you must fill out and return a
Group Visit Form (Word Doc) via email or fax at least 24 hours in advance of your arrival at ICA.

Due to gallery size and security concerns admittance cannot be guaranteed without receiving your Group Visit Form (Word Doc) 24 hours prior to your arrival.

Group Visits are available during regular ICA gallery hours:
Wednesday (11am–8pm), Thursday and Friday (11am–6pm), and
Saturday and Sunday (11am–5pm).

Group Sizes
Grades 4-8: 20 maximum (1 chaperone for every 5 students)
Grades 9-12: 25 maximum (1 chaperone for every 7 students)
Univ/Adult: 40 maximum

Would you like a guided tour of the current ICA exhibitions?

If so, please visit our guided tours page to schedule an ICA docent/lecturer for your group.

Contact visitor services

For assistance in planning your group visit please contact:
William Hidalgo, Visitor Services Coordinator & Program Technician

Email: hidalgol@ica.upenn.edu

Phone: (215) 746-3704

Fax: (215) 898-5050

Parking & transportation

Public parking lots are located adjacent to the museum and in the surrounding area, and metered parking is available on the street. ICA is an easy walk from Amtrak (30th Street Station) and SEPTA (University City Station, Blue Line 34th Street and 40th Street, and Green Line 36th Street) stops.

Driving and public transit directions

Where to stay

The Le Méridien Philadelphia, a boutique hotel located in Center City Philadelphia is ICA’s official Unlock Art partner hotel. Originally a YMCA, the hotel is housed in a 10-story Georgian revival-style structure with historical flair and is located in the heart of the city’s business district and less than one block from the Pennsylvania convention center

Sustainability

Learn about recycling and sustainability on Penn’s campus.

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