Planning Your Visit

The Rodin Museum is open again after undergoing a full-scale reinstallation focusing on the artist’s use of live models, his unique studio practice, and his international acclaim for portraiture. The works on view include such renowned subjects as Honoré de Balzac and Victor Hugo, the women in Rodin’s life including Rose Beuret and Camille Claudel, and several works that haven’t been exhibited for many years. The reinstallation presents the opportunity to appreciate Rodin’s prolific and complicated artistic process from a fresh perspective.

Come and experience the Rodin Museum throughout the year. There are a variety of activities and ways to engage with the artworks, as you make new discoveries in the galleries each time you visit. Learn about Auguste Rodin and his large body of work, find out how this extraordinary Museum found a home in Philadelphia, explore the advances in conservation that have contributed to scholarship on the artist, and see the collection displayed in new ways.

As one of the most revered destinations on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, the Rodin Museum offers a verdant, intimate setting in which to enjoy some of the world's most renowned masterpieces of sculpture. For the tens of thousands who visit each year, the Museum provides a momentary retreat from urban life in the heart of the city.

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2151 Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Philadelphia, PA 19130


Open: Wednesday–Monday, 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Closed: Tuesday
Closed for renovations Tuesday, January 3, through Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Holiday Hours

New Year’s Day
Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Presidents’ Day
Memorial Day
Labor Day
Columbus Day

4th of July
Thanksgiving Day
Christmas Day


Suggested Admission:
Adults: $10
Seniors (65+): $8
Students (with valid ID): $7
Youth (13–18): $7
Children (12 & under): Free
Philadelphia Museum of Art Members: Free

Admission to the Rodin Museum is Pay What You Wish; the garden is free year-round.

Two-day ticket: $20
Access for two consecutive days to the main Museum building, the Perelman Building, the Rodin Museum, and historic houses Mount Pleasant and Cedar Grove

Parking and Transportation

Limited metered parking is available on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, N 21st Street, and N 22nd Street. Parking is also available at the Philadelphia Museum of Art's Parking Garage, located across from the main building on Anne d'Harnoncourt Drive.


Visitor Parking: Philadelphia Museum of Art Parking Garage

$12 for the first four hours, $2 each additional hour
Philadelphia Museum of Art members: First hour free, $8 for the next four hours, $2 each additional hour. Please validate your parking ticket in the Museum to receive visitor and member rates.


Visitor Shuttle

Enjoy complimentary shuttle service between the Rodin Museum and the Philadelphia Museum of Art every Saturday and Sunday, 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. The shuttle departs from the West Entrance of the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s main building at 45 minutes after the hour, and from the Rodin Museum at 50 minutes after the hour.


A designated barrier-free entrance is located on the north side of the Rodin Museum. Accessible parking for vehicles displaying the appropriate disability permits is located adjacent to the barrier-free access. This parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Accessible parking is also available in the Philadelphia Museum of Art's Parking Garage. The Rodin Museum also has free wheelchairs available on a first come/first served basis, a wheelchair accessible restroom and water fountain, and FM Assistive Listening Devices with headphones and neck loops for use on guided tours.

School Tours

The Rodin Museum invites teachers to integrate Rodin's art into the classroom curriculum through guided or self-guided visits. Teachers of French, Language Arts, Art, and Social Studies will find substantive connections between Rodin's work and these subjects.
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Group Tours

A perfect complement to any visit to Philadelphia. The Rodin Museum and its gardens offer an exceptional opportunity for your guest to be inspired year round. Guided tours or general admission for 15 or more people can be arranged.
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For more information, please contact Visitor Services by phone at 215-763-8100 or by e-mail at .