Travel to Philadelphia with Amtrak
The City of Brotherly Love. Just an Amtrak Away.
Never short on things to do in Philadelphia. Whether your travel to Phily includes visiting the Philadelphia Art Museum, shopping along Walnut Street or Rittenhouse Square, attending pro or college sporting events like the Penn Relays or admiring the LOVE statue in John F. Kennedy Plaza, Amtrak trains deliver you right to the heart of the action. Trains to Philadelphia depart from stations centrally located in cities along the east coast with popular station stops in Washington, DC, Baltimore, Wilmington, DE, New York and Boston. Trains arrive at historic Philadelphia - William H Gray III 30th Street Station with easy connections to SEPTA (Philadelphia's bus, light rail, regional rail and subway system) and New Jersey Transit, connecting to southern New Jersey destinations including Atlantic City.
William H Gray III 30th Street Station (PHL) is serviced by 10 Amtrak train routes with destinations as far south as Florida, as far north as Vermont and as far west as Chicago. Bring our Philadelphia Neighborhood Guide with you as you step off the train in the middle of the city. Within a mile of the station are numerous Philadelphia attractions. Along the Ben Franklin Parkway there is the Franklin Institute, Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Barnes Museum, the Rodin Museum and John F. Kennedy Plaza.
You get game time ready, we'll get you there.
There's nothing like seeing the 76ers live in action! Travel to home games in Philly and away games across the Northeast Corridor with easy downtown-to-downtown service. Ride in spacious seating with free Wi-Fi so you can get up to speed on the latest 76ers news. Buttery popcorn, high-fives, and game day traditions are all just an Amtrak away.