Special Architecture Walking Tour

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Saturday October 9

2:00 PM  –  4:00 PM

**Special Tour** The Evolution of Philadelphia's 30th Street Station

Philadelphia is the home of one of the last remaining grand train stations in America, the iconic 30th Street Station now known as William H. Gray III 30th Street Station. This monumental edifice, built between 1929-1933, has been faithfully restored over the decades to honor the original Neoclassical exterior and the spectacular Arts Deco touches inside. Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978, it features important sculptures, 95-ft. tall ceilings, and amazing interior ornamentation. Come tour this incredible station and learn its history and some of its secrets, which features a main concourse the length of two football fields and is the 3rd busiest in the country.

Meet inside at the Angel Statue near the East Entrance of 30th Street Station (2955 Market Street).

In registering to attend this walking tour, you agreed to the following (Please note the updated changes as of May 26th 2021):

  • During tours, facemasks will be optional for all fully vaccinated individuals including the tour guide
  • During tours, facemasks are required for individuals who are not fully vaccinated
  • Facemasks are required to enter buildings on certain tours. Please bring one with you in case it is needed 
  • Preservation Alliance walking tours utilize an audio system that transmits from a headset worn by the guide to earpieces worn by tour attendees. The equipment is thoroughly sanitized before and after each use. Tour attendees can also plug in their personal headsets or earbuds that use a standard headphone jack.
  • Be sure to bring water and wear comfortable clothing 

Space is limited. Advance registration required.

Email us at tours@preservationalliance.com for any questions or join the waitlist for a sold out tour!

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