Directions & Parking

PCA’s historic landmark building is located at
642 North Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19130.

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Parking

Please note that PCA does not maintain reserved parking for visitors. There is metered and non-metered parking in the surrounding neighborhood. Do not park in PCA’s lot or you may be towed.

Driving Directions

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From Northeast Philadelphia

Take 95 S. to Center City Exit. Bear RIGHT onto Callowhill Street. Make a RIGHT on 5th Street and follow to Spring Garden Street. Make a LEFT onto Spring Garden and follow to Broad Street. Make a RIGHT onto Broad. Go 4 blocks and you will see a large red brick building on LEFT. That’s PCA (Broad and Wallace).

From West Philadelphia

From Schuylkill Expwy: 76 E. to 676 E. Get off Broad Street exit, bear LEFT and make LEFT onto Broad Street. Go past Spring Garden. Go 4 blocks more and you will see a large red brick building on LEFT. That’s PCA (Broad and Wallace).

From New Jersey (Ben Franklin Bridge)

Cross Ben Franklin Bridge and bear RIGHT at end of bridge. Make RIGHT onto 2nd street. Follow to Spring Garden Street and make LEFT. Go 4 blocks you will see a large red brick building on LEFT. That’s PCA (Broad and Wallace).

From New Jersey (Betsy Ross Bridge)

Cross Ben Franklin Bridge and bear RIGHT at end of bridge. Make RIGHT onto 2nd street. Follow to Spring Garden Street and make LEFT. Go 4 blocks you will see a large red brick building on LEFT. That’s PCA (Broad and Wallace).

From South Philadelphia

If you take 95 N: get off at Center City Exit. Bear RIGHT onto Callowhill. Make a RIGHT onto 5th Street and follow to Spring Garden Street. Make a LEFT onto Spring Garden and follow to Broad Street. Make a RIGHT onto Broad. Go 4 blocks and you will see a large red brick building on LEFT. That’s PCA (Broad and Wallace).

If you take Schuylkill Expwy 76 W: Take 676 E. Get off Broad Street exit, bear LEFT and make LEFT onto Broad Street. Go past Spring Garden. Go 4 blocks more and you will see a large red brick building on LEFT. That’s PCA (Broad and Wallace).

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