All guests are required to present a valid photo ID upon entry.
All sales are final—no refunds will be given.
Please contact us right away so we can help you recover your tickets.
You enter the event through the main entrance on South Street. The Main Entrance (Kamin), located across from Franklin Field on South Street, is accessible via a wheelchair ramp near the corner of South and 33rd Streets.
Wheelchair accessible restrooms are located at the Group Entrance (Kress) and at the far end of the Middle East Galleries near the Widener Lecture Hall. These locations will be maked on the map and there will be event staff available to direct you.
We are continuing to add distillers to an ever-growing list and will share new additions as the list grows.
You will be able to purchase whiskey-related crafts. You will not be able to purchase any spirits; this is a tasting and educational event only.
Business or business casual attire is recommended.
Yes, there will be limited lounge seating where guests can relax and enjoy the night.
Taxi service near the Penn Museum is fairly regular, due to the location being very near the hospital and public transportation's University City Station. We strongly recommend using Uber and Lyft to request a safe ride home, or call your favorite local taxi company.
VIP ticketholders will be invited to take part in an exclusive discussion forum at 5:50 PM featuring master distillers in the Widener Lecture Room. We will provide more information in the coming weeks.
Please contact us to learn more. See the "contact us" form in the menu bar.
No. Once you've exited the event, there is no re-entry.
There is no sound system in the building, so we will be posting the winners on signage by the raffle tables. We will ask that each person that enters the contests leave their phone number, which we will use to call and inform you of your prize winnings.