Taking a tour of Indy Hall is completely free, and a great way to learn more about how Indy Hall can fit into your workday.
It’s as easy as 1-2-3!
- Snag your Virtual Key
- Swing by
We schedule tours twice every weekday, at 10am and 3pm. If you need a different time, please make a reservation for the closest option and make a note for the time you want to arrive.
Once you have scheduled your tour, our confirmation email will have some helpful info on how to get here, and we’ll send you this Virtual Key that you need to get into Indy Hall.
Our tours generally last 20 minutes, and if it’s possible we’d encourage you to stick around for a little while afterwards to do some work or meet people.
If you’d also like to stay and work for the whole day, you can buy a guest pass for $30. Note: If you end up becoming a member, we’ll even apply that initial $30 guest pass as credit on your account!
Especially if you’ve never been to Indy Hall (or it’s been a while – we moved into a new, massively upgraded location in 2016) we’d love to show you around!
Please use our reservation system below to pick a day and time for your free tour
Finding Indy Hall for your Tour
Our coworking space is located in the Colonial Penn building at the corner of 4th and Market.
The main entrance for the Colonial Penn building is on Market Street, to the right of the TD Bank entrance. Enter through the lobby (and say hello to our front desk team), then use the elevators on the left to go to the third floor.
Indy Hall is immediately on the right when you exit the elevators – our door will be open, you can come on in!
About our Neighborhood.
We’re proud residents of Old City Philadelphia, just blocks away from the cobblestone steps that lead to our namesake Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell. We love this neighborhood because it is full of creativity and life, including plentiful bars and restaurants for meals and meetings, boutiques and art galleries to shop at and enjoy.
You won’t be able to walk a full block without bumping into other people from the creative, technology, and entrepreneurial community in Philadelphia. Ben Franklin hung out in these parts a couple of centuries ago. If he were still alive today, he’d probably hang out at Indy Hall.