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Be green, be warm, and enjoy a spring-like atmosphere! Take public transportation to the Show!

Here’s the facts:

SEPTA’s Market East Station in located below the Convention Center:
Once you are aboard your train, subway, or trolley you remain indoors
as there is a Show entrance from Market East Station!

Keep reading for more information:

HOW TO GET TO THE FLOWER SHOW VIA PUBLIC TRANSIT

SEPTA Regional Rail Trains
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 and the Flower Show.

SEPTA Subways and Trolleys
The Market Frankford subway and the trolleys all also access this station. From the subway, follow signs to the Convention Center. From the Juniper trolley station you can walk underground to Market East Station and the Convention center.

For routes and schedules please visit www.septa.org.

Special Discounts for AMTRAK riders coming to the Show!

Amtrak riders save 20% off the best available regular fare for travel to Philadelphia between January 5 – March 10, 2009. Tickets must be purchased December 1, 2008 – March 10, 2009. Valid for Coach travel in the Northeast Corridor on Regional trains. Call 1-800-USA-RAIL or book online at www.amtrak.com and refer to fare code V782 when making your reservation. Some restrictions may apply.

Take AMTRAK to Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station. Then, take a free SEPTA Regional Rail train at 30th Street Station to Market East Station(show the conductor your AMTRAK ticket stub; save it for the return trip). Follow the signs to the Convention Center.

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