Philadelphia Cruises

Philadelphia Cruise Terminal

The Philadelphia cruise port and terminal are a vital part of the city's waterfront. They bring visitors to the city and are useful amenities for locals too.

philadelphia cruise terminalThe Philadelphia Cruise Terminal at pier 1 is located in the Philadelphia Naval Business Center. The address is 5100 South Broad Street, Building 3. The Cruise Terminal is close to the center city and is within 1 mile of I-95 and I-76.

The Philadelphia Cruise Terminal building is a renovated naval factory built in 1874, and it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It's often used for special events and private functions.

Directions to the cruise terminal are fairly simple, but the best route depends on where you're coming from. The CruisePhilly website has a fine set of driving directions on their site, which we won't reproduce here. They also have a real time travel advisory -- give yourself plenty of time to get to the terminal. Traffic can be very heavy in the area.

Secure long-term cruise parking is located only about 1,000 feet from the cruise terminal. Cruise passenger drop-off procedures.

Philadelphia cruise port is only a 10-minute drive from Philadelphia International Airport and only a 15 minute ride from the 30th Street railroad station.

The Philadelphia cruise port is well positioned to serve a lot of people -- about 25% of the population lives within a five hour drive. But even if you have to fly, you'll find that the port is easy to get to. The distances are short and the transportation options to reach the Philadelphia cruise terminal are many.