Skip to content

Amtrak’s 30th Street Station

Amtrak offers intercity rail transportation to over 500 destinations nationally.

Philadelphia’s historic 30th Street Station, one of America’s finest transportation hubs has been a Philadelphia landmark since its opening in 1933. Noted for its neoclassical structure and its intricately patterned high ceilings, travertine walls and Tennessee Marble floors, this magnificent building is the perfect destination for all your special events. Enjoy the convenience of traveling to Philadelphi ... a via Amtrak. Skip the traffic and take advantage of downtown to downtown service from all major cities throughout the Northeast Corridor on the Northeast Regional and Acela trains. Amtrak also offers service throughout the state of Pennsylvania on the Keystone and Pennsylvanian routes. You’ll arrive in the middle of the action at the historic 30th Street Station, just a short walk from Center City. Visitors can also travel to and from Philadelphia’s Countryside via SEPTA Regional Rail out of 30th Street Station, Suburban Station, or Jefferson Station. SEPTA provides updated information on Regional Rail schedules and fares on their website.

Read More