Public Transportation

The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transit Authority (SEPTA) provides various means of transport to the Kimmel Center.

Subway: The Broad Street Subway's Walnut-Locust Station is located two blocks from the Kimmel Center. Market-Frankford and subway surface riders should make a free transfer to the Broad Street line at the 15th and Market Streets stop.

Regional Rail: All regional rail lines stop at Suburban Station where riders can transfer to the nearby Broad Street line at the City Hall Station or take the 15-minute walk to the Kimmel Center. There is a regional line station on Grant Avenue near the Philadelphia Campus.

Bus: Routes 4, 27, and 32 travel along Broad Street. Route 12 runs east-west along Locust and Walnut Streets. Other nearby buses include Routes 9, 21, and 42, which run along Walnut and Chestnut Streets. Bus routes 9, 21, 32, and 42 are handicapped accessible.

New Jersey's PATCO High Speed Line: Take the High Speed Line toward Philadelphia, to the last, or 15th Street stop. Take the stairs to street level, where you will surface at 15th & Locust Streets. From there, walk one block south on 15th Street to Spruce Street. Turn left and find the entrance to the Kimmel Center a half block up on your right.