Join Us in Historic Philadelphia
Getting to Podcast Movement is easy!
Whether you're driving, flying or taking a train, we can't wait to see you in Philly!
Traveling by Air
Philadephia International Airport - PHL
Hotel Direction: 10 miles NE
This hotel does not provide shuttle service
- Alternate transportation:
- Shuttle; fee: 11 USD (one way) ;reservation required
- Estimated taxi fare: 45 USD (one way)
Traveling by Train
30th Street Station
Only 1.4 miles away
Easily get to Philly from anywhere on the East Coast by taking the Amtrak to the 30th Street StationVisit Amtrak Website
- Valet Parking, fee: 53.90 USD daily
- LIMITED ONSITE PARKING during special events and weekends
- Garage 6ft, 8in
- Fees include tax-oversized 63.70 USD
- Another option is booking convenient and affordable parking in advance through SpotHero, the nation’s leading parking reservation app.To reserve your parking spot for the Podcast Movement, visit the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown SpotHero Parking Page and book a spot with rates up to 50% off drive-up.
Explore PHL - Reservation required
- Subway service, fee: 8 USD (one way)
- Estimated taxi fare: 30 USD (one way)
- This hotel does not provide shuttle service
Come See Philly!
Independence National Historical Park
Known as the birthplace of American democracy, the Independence National Historical Park features many places of historical significance. These locations include the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Congress Hall, New Hall Military Museum, Franklin Court, Bishop White House and the Graff House.
In the 1700’s, the Liberty Bell was cast in Philadelphia for the State House (Independence Hall) and was used to call the Pennsylvania Assembly to meetings. The bell’s inscription, “Proclaim liberty throughout all the land unto all the inhabitants thereof,” became a symbol of freedom embraced by abolitionists, suffragists, and Civil Rights advocates. Today, the Liberty Bell is still used as a symbol by many.
Betsy Ross House
Travel back in history to meet Betsy Ross and learn about the American Flag. Explore Betsy Ross’ upholstery shop, visit the home where she sewed the first flag, check out the basement where she made musket cartridges for the Continental Army, and even get to speak to Betsy herself!
City Hall is a National Historic Landmark and a must-see when celebrating Philadelphia’s rich history. It is known as the largest municipal building in the country and has been Philadelphia’s government headquarters for more than 100 years. Visitors can get a view of the city from the observation deck which sits below the 37’ bronze statue of the founder of Philadelphia, William Penn, that is atop the building’s clock tower.
Reading Terminal Market
Feel free to step outside the hotel and experience this historic farmers market, located right across the street from our conference. The Reading Terminal Market is the nation’s oldest continuously operating farmers market where you can enjoy virtually every type of cuisine. It is known today as one of the greatest public markets in the country.
Located 20 miles outside of Philadelphia, Valley Forge was the base camp for the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War in the winter of 1777-1778. Today, this location is a national park with monuments, statues, buildings, and more than 3,600 acres of rolling hills and walking trails. Throughout the year there are a variety of activities, including ranger programs, guided tours, and living history.