Parking Near Philadelphia Museum of Art
If you're a lover of art or museums in general, one of your first stops when visiting Philadelphia should be the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The museum was first envisioned in 1876 for the Centennial Exposition (in celebration of the USA's 100-year anniversary), but its main building was not completed until 1928.
The museum's collection boasts over 240,000 objects and artifacts, including paintings, prints, drawings, photos, sculptures, armor, and more. Many of these are of European, American, and Asian origin. Art lovers from all over the country and world flock to the museum in order to view this striking collection.
Use SpotHero to reserve your parking spot in advance of your trip to the Philadelphia Museum of Art so you can avoid searching for a spot once you make it into the city.
Where can I park near the Philadelphia Museum of Art?
Street parking (whether free or metered) can be difficult due to the museum's close proximity to the city center and its popularity as a tourist destination. SpotHero recommends you book parking in a close-by garage or lot beforehand to ensure a smooth experience.
Nearby Parking Options
2001 Pennsylvania Ave. (P1801) - Target lot
2323 Race St. - Edgewater Garage
2979 Arch St. - Amtrak 30th Street Station Garage
2150 Walden St. - Valet-Assist Lot
1601 Callowhill St. - Garage
1 Logan Square - Logan Hotel Valet