Four Points by Sheraton Philadelphia City Center

1201 Race Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19107, United States
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30th Street Station - luggage storage

by Gojuryu

I will arrive from NYC on Megabus at 30th Street Station at 9am and have a flight at 17pm so i have some hours to wait until the departure in order to be able to go to the center of town I wonder if the 30th Street Station has luggage storage and what is the price. Cause i will catch the train to the airport there too.

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Bruno

Re: 30th Street Station - luggage storage

by Bunsch

Bruno, my cautionary note is that the last time I put things in storage at 30th Street Station was in May 2004 -- but at that point, as long as you could show a train ticket, you could use the check room. My recollection is that we stowed a couple of bags for the afternoon and paid about $10.00. I'd go online to Amtrak.com and see if there is any further information available. Good luck!

This URL may help

by PR-7

www.taphilly.org/stationfaq.html

Please note that the rules state that you MUST have an Amtrak ticket to check baggage at this Amtrak facility. It wouldn't hurt to ask the luggage storage person, but (1) don't mention you don't have a ticket and (2) have a backup plan for your luggage. As to what the backup plan would be, the only answer I've seen over the years is to buy an Amtrak ticket to a city close to Philly. There is no public storage in Center City that I'm aware of.

Re: 30th Street Station - luggage storage

by PhillyBorn&Bread

Yes there is a train from the 30th street station to the airport, very easy.

Since 911 there is no more "storage" for obvious reasons. ( No one knows what's in your bag. ) So when you arrive on megabus, take the (Septa not Amtrak) train to the airport, check in then jump back on the train into town ( less than ten minute each way ) and go see the city! At 30th street take an eastbound septa ( mass transit ) bus down around olde city ( 5th and market sts ) see the bell, the hall and lots of other muust do's.

Travel Tips for Philadelphia

Center City by Districts: Old Town/Cultural

by ringleader

If you plan to stay in the city to sight-see, perhaps I can acquaint you with the layout of the city. There are a number of center city districts:

The Old City Cultural District (the most historical square mile) and the Historic/Waterfront District are right next to each other bordering on the Delaware River. This is the most popular tourist destination and is accessible via rail, subway, bus, car, and ferry. If you are staying here, I recommend the Holiday Inn which is in the center of it all. This area also contains all of the most visited destinations: Penn's Landing, Elfreth's Alley, Betsy Ross House, U.S. Mint, National Constitution Center, Independence Visitor Center, Independence Hall (and many other historical landmarks), Liberty Bell Center, Friends' Meeting House, Christ Church, etc. Bordering on the south is South Street, which is a popular shopping area.

Something for everyone

by acemj

If you're young, stroll up and down South Street.
If you're young at heart, stroll through Old City and the historic district. While there, have a cafe at Old City Coffee pictured here. It's one of my favorite spots. The Art Museum is world-class, the food sublime.

Christ Church interiors

by Pawtuxet

Referred to as the "mother church" by many Episcopalians ...instrumental in organizing the Episcopal Church after the Revolution from the shattered Church of England.
The baptismal font in the back of the church was sent to Philadelphia in 1697 from All Hallow's Church Barking-by-the-Tower, London. It is the font from which William Penn was baptized.
There are burial stone markers on the floor which mark the graves of early noteable men.

Where it all began...

by KaiM

Independence Hall is the building where the Declaration of Independence was adopted and the US Constitution was debated and signed. It´s the birthplace of the nation. Location: Chestnut Street between 5th & 6th Streets. Built: 1732-53. Hours: Daily 9am-5pm. Hours extended to 8pm in July and August and on Spring weekends. Also visit the Liberty Bell - A big bell that rang when the Declaration of Independence was first read in 1776.

He used the house of Gideon...

by Kentbein

He used the house of Gideon Gilpin, a Quaker farmer, as his headquarters. This property was plundered by soldiers after the battle. Gilpin filed a claim for losses in September 1777, which included 10 milch cows, 1 yoke oxen, 48 sheep, 28 swine, 12 tons of hay, 230 bushels of wheat, 50 lbs. bacon, a history book, and one gun.

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Address: 1201 Race Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19107, United States