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CityPASS and Go Philadelphia Pass Philadelphia CityPASS offers savings up to 49 percent on combined admission to Philadelphia’s top attractions. The ticket covers prepaid admission to three, four, or five attractions from the following: Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University, Adventure Aquarium and Battleship New Jersey (both in Camden, N.J.), Barnes Foundation, Big Bus Company and Philadelphia Trolley Works, Eastern State Penitentiary, The Franklin Institute, Museum of the American Revolution, National Constitution Center, and Philadelphia Zoo. Attractions do not need to be selected in advance and can be visited in any order.

Philadelphia CityPASS tickets are valid for 9 consecutive days beginning with and including first date of use. Should travel plans change, CityPASS offers a full refund on any unactivated tickets within 365 days of purchase date. For current pricing and information, or to purchase a CityPASS go to CityPASS.com.

Note: Reservations may be required or highly recommended at some attractions. Please check for updated attraction reservation information before you visit.

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The Go Philadelphia pass is an all-access digital pass that provides admission to more than 33 top area attractions. There are different passes to suit, whether you want to choose the number of days or attractions to visit. Save on admission to popular attractions such as The Franklin Institute Science Museum, Eastern State Penitentiary, the Betsy Ross House, the Adventure Aquarium, the Philadelphia Zoo, and many other tours and attractions. It is available online or over the phone (800) 887-9103.

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Travel Information

City Population



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Sales Tax

Pennsylvania's statewide sales tax is 6 percent. An additional 2 percent is collected by Philadelphia County, as is an 8.5 percent hotel tax.



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Aria Health (Torresdale Campus), (215) 612-4000; Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, (215) 662-4000; Methodist Hospital, (215) 952-9000; Pennsylvania Hospital, (215) 829-3000; Roxborough Memorial Hospital, (215) 483-9900; Temple University Hospital, (215) 707-2000.

Air Travel

Philadelphia International Airport

Rental Cars

Hertz, at the Philadelphia International Airport, (215) 492-7205 or (800) 654-3080, offers discounts to AAA members.

Rail Service

Amtrak trains pull into both the main 30th Street Station terminal at 30th and Market streets and the North Philadelphia Station at N. Broad Street and W. Glenwood Avenue. If your destination is mid-city, disembark at 30th Street Station. Phone (800) 872-7245, or TTY (800) 523-6590.


The major bus terminal is Greyhound Lines Inc., (215) 931-4075, at 10th and Filbert streets. Peter Pan Bus Lines, (800) 343-9999, also serves the city. New Jersey Transit buses, (973) 275-5555, depart for southern New Jersey and shore points.


Yellow Cab Co., (215) 333-8294, charges a $2.70 base rate plus $2.30 per mile. A fuel surcharge also may be added. One-way fares between the airport and central Philadelphia locations are a flat $49 fee.

Public Transportation

A system of buses, trolleys, subways and regional rails serves Philadelphia. Operated by the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA), buses, trolleys and subways charge $2.50, plus $1 for a transfer; exact change is required. Senior citizens ride free with a valid Senior Fare Card. Regional rail fares vary by zone; phone (215) 580-7800 for fare information. RiverLink Ferry offers ferry service from Penn's Landing to the Adventure Aquarium in Camden, N.J.

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