Three floors of art and artifacts spanning the entire history of human civilization from Mesopotamia to Egypt to Greece - there is always something fascinating for your group to unearth at the Penn Museum. Groups of 10 or more save on admission and tours, so book your group experience today!
Begin Your Journey
Tours can accommodate up to 30 people per guide and are available in multiple languages.
Life-Long Learning Talks and Presentation
Our Lifelong Learning workshops provide your group with the opportunity for global learning by bringing you up close and personal with international educators, artists, and museum-affiliated archaeologists and anthropologists.
Behind the Scenes
Take your experience to the next level and bring your group behind the scenes to view some of the objects as you’ve never seen them before!
Roll up your sleeves and feel your way through ancient history!
Walk in the footsteps of an Ivy League student on this exclusive guided experience!
Group Admission and Tour Rates
Join us from home for virtual programs!
Unable to visit the Penn Museum? We offer a variety of pre-recorded and live virtual programs that bring the collections to life using video chat technology, interactive conversations, hands-on workshops, and demonstrations. K–12 teachers should visit our Interactive Virtual Learning page for programs suited for students.
Virtual Tours and Workshops
Explore the collection live with a Penn Museum guide, drink along with our Ancient Alcohol tour and beer tasting, or schedule a virtual game night with friends!
Virtual International Classroom
Learn more about world cultures, both past and present, live from international educators and Museum-affiliated archaeologists and anthropologists, all without leaving your home.
Penn Museum Virtual Guided Tours
Bring the insight and awe of a Penn Museum guided tour directly into your home or college classroom! Graduate Guide Virtual Tours are now available for a range of Penn Museum galleries.
Digital Daily Digs
Gain deeper insights into its history, cultural context, caretaking, and more while you hear the unique perspectives of archaeologists, anthropologists, scientists, conservators, archivists, and other Museum specialists.
Bus and Motor Coach Drop Off/Parking
All motor coaches and buses can drop off and pick up groups at the East Entrance (Kress). The Penn Museum has no designated bus parking on site. Bus parking is not permitted on South Street.
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