Getting Here

30th Street Station

Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station
Photo by R. Kennedy for GPTMC

Philadelphia is the fifth largest city in the country and the second largest on the east coast.  We are located 130 miles north of Washington D.C. and 100 miles south of New York.  There are many convenient ways to get here to see us.  Check out the links below to make your way.

The Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation has extensive directions.  No matter how you plan to get here, by plane, train, or automobile (or even bus or boat) they won’t let you down.

If your close, the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) is one of the most comprehensive public transportation systems in the country.  Coming from Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, or Philadelphia Counties, they might be your best bet.

Traveling from the Northeast Corridor?  Amtrak offers a quick and easy alternative to flying and arrives at Philadelphia’s historic 30th Street Station, located only minutes from the heart of Center City.

The Philadelphia International Airport is a quick seven miles from Center City Philadelphia.  If your flying, no need to rent a car.  SEPTA’s got your back.  Just hop on the train.

Here are a few maps that may be helpful as you plan your visit.

Regional Map: which includes the distance and driving times for many cities in the surrounding areas.

Center City Map: to acclimate yourselves to Philadelphia.  The DoubleTree hotel is conveniently located at the corners of Broad Street (The Avenue of the Arts) and Locust, right in the heart of the city!

SEPTA Map: includes all bus, train, trolley, and regional rail lines.

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