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Saturday, March 2 – Sunday, March 10


Henri Edmond Cross. Two Women by the Shore, Mediterranean (detail), 1896. BF436. Public Domain.

Flower Show attendees $20; PHS members $15

Visit the box office with your Flower Show ticket or PHS membership card to save on admission.

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About the Event

This March, we’re welcoming Philadelphia Flower Show attendees to the Barnes with special savings on admission and tours. In celebration of the event’s 195th year, Flower Show attendees can visit the Barnes for just $20 (that’s $5 off!) from March 2 to 10. And PHS members will receive $15 admission—a $10 discount—during the Flower Show.

While you’re here, take a tour of the nature-themed paintings in our galleries, visit the Barnes Shop for a selection of floral jewelry, books, and prints, and try botanical treats at Reflections Café and the Garden Restaurant.

How does it work?
Just show your Flower Show ticket at our box office on 20th Street (between the Parkway and Callowhill Street) and receive $5 off the price of regular admission (limit 2 per transaction). PHS members, show your membership credentials to receive $10 off regular admission.

What can you expect?
The Barnes is home to one of the world’s greatest collections of impressionist, post-impressionist, and early modern paintings, with especially deep holdings in Renoir, Cézanne, Matisse, and Picasso. Assembled by Philadelphia native Dr. Albert C. Barnes between 1912 and 1951, the collection also includes important examples of African art, Native American pottery and jewelry, Pennsylvania German furniture, American avant-garde painting, and wrought-iron metalwork—it is uniquely unlike any art museum you’ve experienced. For everything else you need to know in advance of your visit, click here.

What else do you get with this offer?
Show your Flower Show ticket or PHS member credentials for a FREE latte at Reflections Café in Annenberg Court or a special treat (while supplies last) while dining at the Garden Restaurant (reservations are recommended).


Blooms and botanical delights abound in the Barnes Shop: Channel your inner horticulturist with delicate floral jewelry; learn the art of botanical cocktails and confections with our selection of recipe books; or customize a favorite still-life reproduction from the Barnes Print Shop. All purchases support our educational mission.


Constellation Culinary Group offers delicious fare at the Barnes.

Lunch, brunch, and cocktails are available at the Garden Restaurant Thursday to Monday, 11am – 3pm, with indoor and garden seating (weather permitting). Reservations are recommended.

Located in the Annenberg Court, Reflections Café is a relaxing spot to enjoy lunch and small bites. Choose from freshly made seasonal salads, sandwiches, and desserts as well as assorted beverages including wine and craft beer. Open Thursday to Monday, 11am – 4pm.

Barnes members receive a 10% discount.

Go Deeper

Take a class: PHS members save 10% on Flower Power: Symbolism and Science in the Barnes Collection with code PHSMEMBER.

Save on tours with your Flower Show admission ($5 off) or PHS membership ($10 off). Limit 2 discounts per transaction.

Guided tours are the ultimate way to experience the Barnes. Explore highlights of the collection, take a tour of our brand-new special exhibition, or learn about the women in Renoir’s life who made their way into his paintings. Space is limited. Call ahead to check availability: 215.278.7200.

Private tours are also available. Led by a specially trained docent, this tour is a private one-hour experience for up to eight guests. Explore highlights of the collection and learn the history of the Barnes. ​Reservations are required, and private tours must be requested at least four days in advance.​ Minimum two guests. To learn more or to reserve a tour, call 215.278.7200.

Use your smartphone to explore paintings about the natural world by Matisse, Renoir, Cézanne, Soutine, Monet, and many others. Access the tour in your mobile browser while you’re at the Barnes.