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Your Ride to Hamilton

August 16, 2019

As you may have heard, a little show called Hamilton is stopping in Philadelphia. If you're lucky enough to have tickets to see it at the Forrest Theatre, you should know that there are so many ways to get there using SEPTA. We want to make the trip as easy and stress free as possible for you, so you can focus on the musical that won 11 Tonys in 2016.

If you live by the Market-Frankford Line, ride it to 11th Street Station and walk three blocks south. The walk shouldn't take more than five minutes.

The Broad Street Line is an equally convenient trip. Ride it to the Walnut-Locust stop, and you're two and a half blocks away from the theatre. 

There are also a number of buses that are within walking distance of the venue. Bus Routes 12, 21, 233842, and 45 all have stops within three blocks of the theatre. 

And if you're coming from farther away, SEPTA's Regional Rail Lines will take you into Jefferson Station, which is just a six minute walk from the venue. 

If you're looking to learn more about Alexander Hamilton before the performance, consider heading to the Constitution Center's exhibit "Hamilton: The Constitutional Clashes That Shaped a Nation" from now until December 2019. And while you're there, take advantage of this Perk! Get $2 off general admission when you flash your SEPTA Key.

So plan your trip today!