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Directions & Parking
 
 
Located in the heart of Center City Philadelphia, the Pennsylvania Convention Center is easy to find.

By Car

FROM NORTH

Take I-95 South to Exit 22 (previously 17) I-676W. Follow Independence Hall signs, turn right onto Callowhill Street. Follow signs to “8th Street South—Chinatown,” then to Pennsylvania Convention Center. Main Show entrance on 12th & Arch Streets.


FROM SOUTH

Take I-95 North to Exit 22 (previously 17) I-676 West. Bear right and exit onto Callowhill Street. Follow signs to “8th Street South—Chinatown,” then to Pennsylvania Convention Center. Main Show entrance on 12th & Arch Streets.


FROM EAST VIA BEN FRANKLIN BRIDGE 

Bear left after you cross the bridge. Follow signs to “8th Street South — Chinatown,” then to Pennsylvania Convention Center. Main Show entrance on 12th & Arch Streets.


FROM EAST VIA WALT WHITMAN BRIDGE 

Take I-76 West towards Central Philadelphia and get off at Exit 344 (previously 38), which puts you on I-676 East to Broad Street exit to Vine Street. Main Show entrance on 12th & Arch Streets.


FROM WEST

Take I-76 East to Central Philadelphia, to exit 344 (previously 38), I-676 E to Broad Street exit to Vine Street. Turn right on North 8th Street. Turn right on Arch Street. Main Show entrance on 12th & Arch Streets.


PARKING

Approximately 8,000 well-lit parking spaces are located within four blocks of the Pennsylvania Convention Center.


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By Public Transportation

SEPTA REGIONAL RAIL LINES

SEPTA is the public transit system in Philadelphia which includes regional rail trains, buses, subways and trolleys. Plenty of SEPTA

routes go to the Show, which is conveniently located above Market East Station. From Market East Station, follow the signs to the Pennsylvania Convention Center.

SEPTA also offers a One Day Independence Pass, which includes unlimited transportation on any SEPTA bus, trolley, subway or regional rail train. SEPTA offers a special Family Fare discount transportation for Regional Rail Trains. A surcharge applies for travel to or from New Jersey.

The Independence Pass and individual Flower Show tickets are sold in advance and for the duration of the Show at all rail stations ticket offices, sales offices and at the Transit Museum at 1234 Market Street For SEPTA information, call 215-580-7800 or go to www.septa.org.


SEPTA AND NJ TRANSIT BUSES

Exit on Market Street between 11th and 12th Streets, and enter the Convention Center.


AMTRAK

PA Trips by Train is a partnership between PennDOT and Amtrak designed to offer discount travel packages to exciting destinations and attractions along Amtrak’s Keystone Service connecting Harrisburg and Philadelphia. From romantic getaways to family fun days, wine trips to walking tours, wildlife to nightlife and everything in between, there’s an adventure to suit every interest.  And with new adventures arriving monthly, and multiple trains daily, the Amtrak Keystone Service can help fit your great escape into almost any schedule.


PATCO HIGH-SPEED TRAIN LINE 

PATCO trains run 24 hours a day from New Jersey to Philadelphia. Once in Philadelphia, it is a short walk to the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Exit at 8th Street & Market Streets, and walk west on Market Street and north to Arch Street, or walk west through Market East and follow the signs to the Convention Center. Call 215-922-4600 or 856-772-6900 for schedules.


 

EVENTS
Black Tie Preview Party Join us for an unbelievable party! The 2015 PHS Philadelphia Flower Show Preview Party is an exclusive, first look at the fanciful flowers, luscious landscapes, and dare-to-dream designs of "Celebrate the Movies" before it opens to the public. Feb 27, 2015 7:00 PM
LGBT Party G Philly and The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society invite you to get your fabulous on at a fun mix-and-mingle for the LGBT community at the 2015 PHS Philadelphia Flower Show. Enjoy an evening of creative cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and special surprises. Mar 1, 2015 4:00 PM
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