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The Met Philadelphia

Located on North Broad Street, The Met Philadelphia, is the former Philadelphia Metropolitan Opera House. Originally built in 1908 by opera impresario Oscar Hammerstein, The Met Philadelphia underwent a $56 million restoration in partnership with Live Nation, Eric Blumenfeld, and Holy Ghost Headquarters to transform the historic theater into the crown jewel of North Broad Street’s renaissance.


How to get there

Best way there is the Broad Street Line. The Met Philadelphia is approximately 2 blocks south of the Girard Street Station & 3 blocks north of the Fairmount Station. You can also take the Route 4 or Route 16 to Poplar and Broad Street. Or take the Route 15 Trolley to the Girard and Broad Street stop. This stop is approximately 2 blocks north of the venue.


There are many ways to get here on SEPTA, there are also many ways to pay. Click here to learn which fare is best for you.


The Met Philadelphia box office is located by the corner of Poplar and Carlisle Streets inside the Met Philadelphia lobby. The Met Philadelphia Box Office is only open on show days. The Box Office will open 2 hours prior to door time.

All tickets can be purchased via or over the phone at 1-800-745-3000.

If you would like to purchase tickets in person, you can visit either the Fillmore or TLA box offices.

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