Where to eat . 30th Street Station houses the standard food court fare, with chains like Au Bon Pain and Dunkin’ Donuts offering grab-and-go coffee and carbs that will tide you over until you can get something better. But if you’re looking for more flavor, head to the Beck’s Cajun Café stand.
Eastern State Penitentiary. Philadelphia Museum of Art. Barnes. Reading Terminal Market. Independence Hall. Museum of the American Revolution. One Liberty Observation Deck. Liberty Bell Center.
Best Restaurants Near City Hall in Philadelphia , PA Little Nonna’s. 0.6 mi. 1052 reviews. $$ Italian . Barbuzzo. 0.5 mi. 2737 reviews. $$ Mediterranean, Pizza. Harp & Crown. 0.3 mi. 812 reviews. Talula’s Garden. 1.0 mi. 1785 reviews. The Dandelion. 0.2 mi. 2357 reviews. Dante & Luigi’s. 1.1 mi. 381 reviews. L’Angolo Ristorante. 2.4 mi. 355 reviews. Harper’s Garden. 0.1 mi. 375 reviews.
The subway has about 300k people per day riding. It’s perfectly safe and reliable yet there are some reasons why ridership doesn’t seem as high as it is. it’s mostly peak commuter ridership. But the rest of it is spread out.
The Philadelphia Amtrak Station is inside the 30th Street Station on the edge of Philadelphia’s Center City at 2955 Market Street. Next to the Schuylkill River, University of Pennsylvania and Drexel University, the station is also a hub for commuter trains and a SEPTA subway station is a short walk away.
You can take Septa’s R1 Airport Train line from any terminal at Phila International directly to 30th Street Station . It’s about a 20-minute ride. The trains depart every 30 minutes from about 6 am to about midnight.
Airport Line service runs seven days a week, between 5a and 12a. Trains depart PHL International Airport every 30 minutes. Trains stop at all major Philadelphia International Airport terminals, and reach Center City Philadelphia in approximately 25 minutes, with one intermediate stop.
Flat Rate from the Airport to the Center City Zone: $28.50 per one way trip for one (1) passenger.