Navigating by foot is a cakewalk. We’re one of the world’s most walkable cities thanks to founder William Penn’s smart, simple grid street design.
900+ daily non-stop domestic and international flights in/out of Philadelphia International Airport, an American Airlines hub
20 minutes from Philadelphia International Airport to the Pennsylvania Convention Center (PCC) via SEPTA Regional Rail trains, running twice an hour, 4am to 12am
20 minutes by taxi to cover the 7 miles from Philadelphia International Airport to Center City Philadelphia
160+ Amtrak trains operating through 30th Street Station Monday through Friday–plus 80+ trains on Saturday and Sunday
60+ trains to and from Philadelphia International Airport a day
100 off-site venue options, spaces for 50 to 4,000 guests
1,000+ food establishments, 400+ outdoor cafes
13,500+ hotel rooms at every price point
Reading Terminal Market
Nibble your way through 80+ restaurants and merchants at America’s original farmers’ market.
The Franklin Institute Explore the hands-on science museum—and its inventive event space—inspired by Benjamin Franklin.
City Hall & Dilworth Park Check out our city’s French-inspired architectural centerpiece and accompanying public park, a unique off-site event space.
Love Park Say “cheese” in front of our famous picture-perfect LOVE statue.
Philadelphia Museum of Art Follow all 72 of Rocky’s steps. Then marvel at the cultural pulse of the city: the world-class Philadelphia Museum of Art, an amazing off-site venue.
Independence Hall Free history lesson, anyone? See where America’s Founders signed the Declaration of Independence.
Liberty Bell See the world-renowned symbol of American independence, free of charge.
Fashion District Get clothes. Get eats. Get your kicks. All in downtown Philadelphia’s new premier shopping destination, featuring go-tos like Nike, Columbia, AMC Theatres and City Winery.
East Market Discover this refreshed hub for shopping, dining, living and entertaining.
The African American Museum in Philadelphia Study the exhibits of our nation’s first institution dedicated to the lives and works of African Americans.