Corporate Discounts

A group of visitors watching the open heart surgery video in The Giant Heart.

Advance Sale Passes are available in groups of 15 or more, allowing the flexibility to visit at the convenience of the bearer. Advance Sale Passes are a great option for corporations or affinity organizations looking for an affordable price without having to visit as a group on a predetermined date or time. Advance Sale Passes are redeemable based upon availability, but can be redeemed in advance by phone or on-site at the Box Office. 

How it works:

  • Purchase a minimum of 15 Passes at one time and receive 25% off public pricing.
  • Distribute Passes at your discretion: as incentives, rewards, gifts, or to pass along the savings.
  • Multiple pass types are offered for every interest. Select from General Admission or purchase one of our Special Exhibition passes (when available).
  • Current Advance Sale Pass Options:

    General Museum Admission: $12.50 (Regular price: $19.95)

    Ongoing; passes expire 1 year from purchase
    General Museum Admission Includes: 10 interactive exhibitions, Joel N. Bloom Observatory, 1 Fels Planetarium show, and all daily demonstrations and live shows. The Franklin Institute is also home to the Benjamin Franklin National Memorial, a stunning rotunda with a centerpiece Franklin statue made of solid marble now featuring an award-winning "Ben Franklin Forever" multimedia show.

  • The Art of the Brick $21.50 (Regular Price: $29.95)

    Through September 7, 2015
    Named one of CNN’s Top Ten “Global Must-See Exhibitions!” Artist Nathan Sawaya takes LEGO® bricks from child’s toy to sophisticated art form and beyond. The world’s largest display of LEGO art features original pieces of intriguing and inspiring artworks as well as re-imagined versions of some of the world’s most famous art masterpieces. Includes Museum Admission. Passes will be shipped the week of March 2nd.

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  • Genghis Khan $21.50

    May 9, 2015 - January 3, 2016
    Who was Genghis Khan – a ruthless warrior, or a revered statesman? Uncover the amazing story of one of the world’s greatest leaders and most misunderstood conquerors. Experience life in 13th century Mongolia, entering the tents, battlegrounds, and marketplaces of a vanished world while viewing hundreds of artifacts including weaponry, monuments, and documents. Includes Museum Admission. Available for preorder only; passes will be shipped no later than May 1st.



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