With concern for the health and safety of our visitors and staff, Paddle Penn's Landing will not operate on its normal schedule this season.
Instead, we are happy to announce that Paddle Penn's Landing Presents: Boatin' in the Basin will operate this fall, starting on September 19 and run every Saturday until October 24. Join us for the perfect, socially distant outdoor recreational activity for you and your household.
Here's some more helpful information to plan your trip:
Hours: Saturdays, 12 p.m. - 12:30 p.m., 1 p.m. - 1:30 p.m., & 2 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Please note that Boatin' in the Basin is weather contingent, and sessions may be canceled or cut short due to weather. If our staff cancels or shortens your session by over 20 minutes due to weather concerns, you will have the opportunity to reschedule your session or may be able to receive a refund.
Cost: Boatin' in the Basin tickets are sold by boat - PURCHASE IN ADVANCE AND RECEIVE $5 OFF!
Swans and Dragon: $25 per half-hour session
Duck and Flamingo: $30 per half-hour session
AT THE DOOR (PLEASE NOTE YOU WILL NEED TO GO INTO THE MUSEUM TO PURCHASE TICKETS)
Swans and Dragon: $30 per half-hour session
Duck and Flamingo: $35 per half-hour session
Museum Members receive a $2 discount per boat.
SINCE SPACE IS LIMITED, WE HIGHLY ENCOURAGE PURCHASING TICKETS IN ADVANCE. SPOTS ARE ON A FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE BASIS.
Capacity: Each boat in our Boatin' in the Basin program can safely hold UP TO two people weighing 90lbs+.
The Swans and Dragon can each hold an additional person, up to 89lbs.
The Duck and Flamingo can each hold three additional people, up to 89lbs. each.
All passengers must weigh AT LEAST 35lbs. to safely enjoy their experiences.
To purchase tickets and learn what precautions the Museum is taking to make sure you have a safe, but still enjoyable experience, visit https://phillyseaport.org/basin
By participating in an Independence Seaport Museum program, participants voluntarily assume all risks related to potential exposure to COVID-19 in or about Independence Seaport Museum. The Museum has modified its experience to adhere to safety guidelines and protocols.