Travel by Train in PA

 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – A History Buff’s Dream

In addition to Philadelphia’s long, rich history, its modern-day metropolitan feel and cornucopia of activities and attractions make it a great stop. In terms of history, Philadelphia is a city-scale museum of our nation’s origins. Within “America’s most historic square mile,” you may tour Independence Hall, the National Constitution Center, the Museum of the American Revolution and more in a single day. If you’re interested in art, Philadelphia’s Museum District is for you. Foodies flock to Philly for its acclaimed culinary scene. Its copious fine dining restaurants boast some of the country’s most renowned chefs. Or visit one of the city’s many shops specializing in the regional favorite, the trademark Philly cheesesteak.

For family fun, don’t miss the Please Touch Museum and Philadelphia Zoo. Sports fans rejoice in “The Athens of America.” Philadelphia’s long history with sports continues into the modern day with year-round sporting events attended by die-hard fans. To round out your stay in one of our nation’s oldest cities, check out some of Philly’s unforgettable nightlife locales, many of which are conveniently located within the walkable downtown. Whether fancy or relaxed, live music and dancing keep the party going late into the night.

Getting There

Take the Keystone or Pennsylvanian to William Gray, III - 30th Street Station (PHL). Located, in downtown Philly, its a short ride share or bike ride from the old city, Reading Terminal Market and other Philly attractions.