Philadelphia, the largest city in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, is also one of the oldest municipalities in the US. A meeting place of the United States Founding Fathers, who signed the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution in Philadelphia. Nowadays, Philadelphia is a unique city that blends the modern look with historical sites. Discover Philadelphia!
EB 2022 Conference Location
Pennsylvania Convention Center
1101 Arch Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
The Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) is 11 miles/18 kilometers from the convention center and EB 2022 conference hotels. The airport provides information on public transportation options here. If you plan to use Uber, Lyft, or another app-based ride share method, refer to airport guidelines.
Amtrack Philadelphia Train Station
The Amtrack Philadelphia Train Station is located 1.3. miles (a 30-minute walk) from the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Taxis as well as shared ride options are also readily available for transportation to any of the conference hotels and/or convention center.
Philadelphia has many public transportation options: buses, trolleys, trackless trolleys, subways, and Regional Rail. For details, see the SEPTA (Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority) website with more information on applicable fares and available routes.
Show Your Badge Program
Get the most out of your stay in Philadelphia and visit the attractions offered by the city. Visit places like Independence Visitor Center, LOVE Park or enjoy lunch and drink in the city. Show your EB badge and receive a discount at these outlets.
COVID-19 Vaccination Status in Philadelphia
As of January 2022, almost 80% of adults in Philadelphia is fully vaccinated placing the city on the list of the most vaccinated cites in the US.
In the City of Philadelphia proof of COVID-19 vaccination is required to enter any establishment where food and drink is sold for onsite consumption. To learn how it impacts events held in Pennsylvania Convention Center refer to this website.
Masks are required to be worm inside Philadelphia businesses and institutions that do not require vaccination for employees and patrons.