Built in 1908 by Oscar Hammerstein, The Met Philadelphia was previously known as the Philadelphia Metropolitan Opera House before a $56 million restoration encouraged a name change. Located at on North Broad Street, this Philadelphia jewel is known for its amazing acoustics and previously was used by the Philadelphia Orchestra for recording purposes. The Met Philadelphia has a storied past that includes time spent as an opera house, movie theater, a vocational school and more. It has previously hosted artists such as The Caravans and Mahalia Jackson. With the current renovations, the Met Philadelphia will have 3,500 seats available providing the city with Philadelphia's largest auditorium as well as the biggest performance stage. StubHub has the best for The Met Philadelphia tickets.
Are children welcome at The Met Philadelphia events?
Many of the events are all ages. Any age restrictions for particular shows will be reflected in the information about the show.
May I bring water into The Met Philadelphia?
You are allowed to bring one sealed bottle of water that is up to one gallon in size as well as empty refillable water bottles.
Are cameras allowed inside?
The standard policy accepts small digital cameras, disposable cameras and cell phones with cameras in them. Cameras with detachable lenses or with a lens that zooms out of the camera more than one inch will not be allowed inside.
What are the ADA accommodations at this venue?
The Met Philadelphia tries to meet the needs of every guest. Their venue has accessible parking, accessibility stations with customer service employees, accessible concession stands and bathrooms, and hearing aids. It is suggested to call the venue office two days prior to the show if you need assistance
Is there on-site parking?
There are three types of paid parking on-site. VIP Parking Passes will grant you access to three different lots and preferred parking passes that give you access to five different lots. Premier parking is also available for all events, but the price will vary. This lot is directly across from The Met Philadelphia but does not guarantee early exiting of the parking lot after the show.
Is re-entry allowed at The Met Philadelphia events?
There is no re-entry allowed at The Met Philadelphia. Make sure that you have all of your belongings ready to walk into the event as you will not be allowed to step outside and come back in without purchasing a new ticket.Back to Top