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The Philly PHLASH is Back!

May 2, 2023

In case you missed it – the Philly PHLASH began service again on 4/28! Created in 1994, the PHLASH is a visitor-friendly public transit service that travels daily to some of Philly’s most popular tourist spots. It's perfect for people who want to see Philly's most famous areas - for the first time or the hundredth time! And if you have a SEPTA Key card - it's completely free to ride! And that's not the only Perk that you can take advantage of while riding the PHLASH! For example -  it stops right at the Philadelphia Museum of Art – the cultural heart of this great city. Flash your SEPTA Key card to save $2 on admission.

You can also ride it to Eastern State Penitentiary in Fairmount! Take a daytime tour and save another $2 on admission just by flashing that same SEPTA Key card.

It also stops at the Philadelphia Zoo - save $2 on admission with your SEPTA Key cad!

You can view all their stops here – but they include the Delaware River WaterfrontIndependence Mall and some brand new stops including the Museum of Illusions!

The PHLASH will be running every day now thru September 4 from 10AM thru 6PM.

So next time you want to see the sights around Philly, hop the PHLASH – but bring your SEPTA Key card! You’ll save money wherever you go!