Nestled in the bucolic Franklin D. Roosevelt Park in South Philadelphia, PA, the American Swedish Historical Museum was built in 1926 to celebrate Swedish heritage and culture in America. During your visit, you may step inside a 19th century farm house, take in the setting of an art deco lounge, or surround yourself with contemporary Swedish design.

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Address

The museum is located in Franklin Delano Roosevelt Park in South Philadelphia, near the Sports Complex:

1900 Pattison Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19145
215.389.1776

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Public Hours

Tuesday – Friday, 10am to 4pm
Saturday - Sunday, 12pm to 4pm

Office Hours

Monday – Friday, 8:30am to 4pm

We are closed

New Year's Day (January 1)
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (Third Monday on January)
Presidents Day (Third Monday in February)
Memorial Day (Last Monday in May)
Easter Sunday (March 31) 
Independence Day (July 4)
Labor Day (First Monday in September)
Thanksgiving Day (fourth Thursday of November)
Christmas Eve (December 24)
Christmas Day (December 25)

Admission

Adults: $10
Seniors/Students: $7
Children 5-11: $5
Children Under 5: Free
ACCESS Card Holders: $2 per adult and children over 5
Members: Free
WHYY and AAA Members Save $1!

Group Visits

Group rates are available for groups of 10 or more at the following rates:
Self-guided experience: $6 per person 
New Sweden in Focus guided tour: $15 per person
General Museum guided tour: $15 per person
A $50 non-refundable deposit will be due at the time of booking.
At least 24 hours’ notice is required for cancellation.
Call the Museum 215-389-1776 for more information.

Visiting the Library

The Museum’s research library is open during our public hours. Library visitors must pay Museum admission.

Accessibility

Accessible parking is available along Pattison Ave by the Museum's rear entrance. Please ring the doorbell at the rear entrance for admittance. Caregivers accompanying visitors with special needs are not required to pay admission.