Philadelphia's historic 30th Street Station, one of America's finest transportation hubs has been a Philadelphia landmark since it's opening in 1933. Noted for its neoclassical structure and intricately patterned high ceilings, travertine walls and Tennessee Marble floors, this magnificent building is a destination in and of itself. With access to both SEPTA and Amtrak, getting around locally and regionally has never been easier.
The food court offers a wide array of options, such as: Cosi, Wendy’s, Dunkin Donuts, Subway, and Taco Bell. There is also the option to have a sit-down dinner at the Bridgewater’s Pub restaurant located inside the station. A new addition to the food choices is The Porch at 30th Street Station which offers a variety of mobile food vendors and is open Mondays and Fridays from 11:30 am – 2:30 pm during June, July, and August.
CONSTRUCTION – Effective until Fall 2013
A project to renovate the 30th Street side of the Philadelphia station (West Plaza) and parking deck is underway. Please keep in mind and allow for extra time while traveling.
Walking Distance from Independence Visitor Center: 1.74 miles
Walking Distance from Sister Cities Visitor Center: 0.70 miles
Walking Distance from Pennsylvania Convention Center: 1.26 miles