Visit Tyler

A visit to Tyler is a crucial first step in exploring the potential of a Tyler education. You'll have an opportunity to see our programs in action and explore our expansive facilities on Temple University's main campus and Temple Ambler.

During your visit, you'll meet with faculty and graduate students from one or more of Tyler's 22 program areas, whether you are interested in pursuing an advanced degree in studio arts, graphic and interactive design, art history, art education and therapy, architecture, landscape architecture and horticulture, facilities management, city and regional planning, or a combination of areas.

Complete this form to schedule a visit and explore everything Tyler has to offer. 

Graduate Admissions Info Week

For a full week each November, you can step inside a wide array of Tyler's graduate degree programs and see first-hand what we have to offer and how you may grow at Tyler. ⁠See the 2023 schedule of virtual and in-person open house events.

Join our mailing list to receive email notifications about future graduate program events.

Self-guided Tours

If you are interested in touring Tyler but are unable to schedule a guided tour, we will provide you with a map of the buildings and invite you to look around on your own. You may also speak with a counselor before or after your tour, if one is available. To schedule a self-guided tour, please contact us at 215-777-9090 or

Maps and Directions

Tyler School of Art and Architecture
2001 N. 13th St. Philadelphia, PA 19122

This street address will bring you to the main entrance of Tyler’s Architecture Building.
The main entrance to the Art Building is on Norris Street between 12th and 13th streets.
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Students interested in studying landscape architecture or horticulture are encouraged to visit the facilities at Temple University’s Ambler Campus.

Visitor Parking

We advise parking in the Montgomery Garage at 1859 N. 11th Street, located less than three blocks from the Tyler Building.


Temple University has negotiated discounted rates with hotels located in Philadelphia for students and families visiting the university.