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Philadelphia 30th Street Station and Philadelphia North are the most searched stations in Philadelphia by KAYAK users.
Amtrak is the only train company serving Philadelphia.
New York to Philadelphia - 0h 50m
Princeton Junction to Philadelphia - 0h 38m
New Carrollton to Philadelphia - 1h 39m
Baltimore to Philadelphia - 1h 08m
Ardmore to Philadelphia - 0h 14m
Wilmington to Philadelphia - 0h 20m
To explore the nearby region, you can pay a visit to Doylestown, a charming city that is located on the local SEPTA line and is known for the Michener Art Museum and the Mercer Museum. You can also head to New York by taking the Acela Express train. Washington, D.C. is a nice place to spend the day, and you can explore the city’s many famous monuments, such as the Lincoln and Jefferson Memorials.
If you plan on driving from William H. Gray III 30th Street Station to the city center, you can expect the journey to normally take you just under 5min. You can also choose to walk, which will typically take you around 20min. There may be some local buses that you can use, and a single ticket costs approximately $2.
Those that will be traveling with Amtrak to Philadelphia may be on a high-speed train for their journey or a standard train. Depending on where you are departing from, you may also be on a regional train if you will be traveling with a local company.
Most of the facilities at William H. Gray III 30th Street Station are accessible for passengers with disabilities, including the train platforms, restrooms, ticket office, and water fountains. Employees are also always available to help travelers navigate the station, and there are wheelchairs that can be used for no additional fee.