Sign up for an ACCESS Philly Card

Due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, museums and cultural institutions are likely closed and performances canceled. 

At this time, we are unable to fulfill Art-Reach ACCESS Philly Card purchases. We will resume normal operations when the city reopens non-essential businesses. 

Thank you for your patience during this time.

For the first time ever, individuals with disabilities can purchase an ACCESS Philly Card directly from Art-Reach that allows them to receive $2 admission to over 50 museums, gardens, theaters and cultural sites throughout Greater Philadelphia. Each ACCESS Philly Cardholder can also bring up to three people with them to receive the same discount. 

Art-Reach's ACCESS Philly Card is $75 and is valid for one year.
If you need any assistance completing this form, would like to complete this form in person, or want to pay with a check or cash please contact Art-Reach at or (267) 515-6727

Art-Reach's ACCESS Philly Card is only available to individuals who self-identify as having a disability.

Some people with disabilities find it difficult to visit museums and theaters. Sometimes this is caused by things that museums and theaters have done that keep people out. These are called barriers. One of those barriers is cost. 

The Art-Reach ACCESS Philly program is helping to reduce the cost of going to a museum of theater for people with disabilities. 

To get an Art-Reach ACCESS Philly Card, we need to know if you have a disability.

Do you identify with any of these?
  • Hearing Disability: A person who is Deaf or hard of hearing

  • Vision Disability: a person who is blind or has low-vision that cannot be corrected by glasses

  • Cognitive/Intellectual/Developmental disability: a person, who because of a physical, mental, or emotional diagnosis, has difficulty remembering, concentrating, making decisions or controlling their body, or who experiences a heightened sensitivity to unpredictable environments

  • Physical disability: a person who has difficulty walking or climbing stairs, uses a mobility device to move around or has limited use of their arms and/or legs

  • PCA User: a person who uses a Personal Care Attendant (PCA) for life functions such as bathing, eating, getting dressed, visiting locations and/or traveling

  • Chronic Illness: a person with a contagious or noncontagious disease, such as multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, HIV or other such diseases or illnesses, that have a long-term impact on their major life functions