Bus from DC to Philly and from Philadelphia to DC

Bus from DC to Philly and from Philadelphia to DC

Come one; come all to the City of Brotherly Love. And cheesesteaks. Our bus from DC to Philly drops you off in the middle of the meeting place of our Founding Fathers and one of the oldest and historically important cities in the US. Say “goodbye” to the National Mall and “hello” to the Liberty Bell and book your next trip from DC to Philly.
Bus to Philadelphia

Washington DC, our nation’s capital, offers world-class museums, culturally rich sight-seeing, an outrageous food scene, and much more.

Our bus from Philadelphia to DC takes you to Union Station, in the heart of DC.

Be a part of living history as you walk among the ground floor of American history for your trip from Philadelphia to DC.

What amenities are included on a bus from DC to Philly?

  • free Wi-Fi
  • individual power outlets
  • reclining seats
  • reserved seating
  • fares starting at just $1*

There’s no need to read the plot on Wikipedia or wait for the movie - you can finally finish that book you’ve been putting off.

Whether your bus trip from DC to Philly or Philadelphia to DC is for business or leisure, megabus will get you there comfortably and conveniently.

All of our seats on our luxury double-decker buses from DC to Philly are equipped with on board restrooms, individual power outlets, three-point seatbelts, reclining seats, and free Wi-Fi.

Plus, when booking your bus tickets from DC to Philly, you’re given multiple seating upgrade options to ensure your experience is as comfortable and relaxing as possible.

On all of our double-decker buses from DC to Philly and Philadelphia to DC, we offer reserved seating.

Reserve one of the 20 most popular seats on our buses to enjoy panoramic views, a more spacious ride, and to sit at a table or secure seats next to family and friends (assuming you like them).

Remember that reserved seats are limited, so make sure to plan ahead and book early for your DC to Philly trip!

Route information for the bus from DC to Philly

Our bus from DC to Philly happens to be one of our most popular routes among our network of over 100 cities across North America, allowing you flexible scheduling.

With convenient departure times, megabus makes planning your next DC to Philly trip simple.

Keep track of your DC to Philly itinerary online at megabus.com, easily accessible from your smartphone.

Bus stop locations and drop-off locations in DC and Philadelphia

Whether you’re traveling by bus from DC to Philly or vice versa, you will be centrally located for hotels, restaurants, and public transit when you arrive.

When you travel by bus from Philadelphia to DC, you will depart from 30th Street Station.

Your Philadelphia to DC bus will arrive at Union Station, in the heart of Washington DC.

Learn more about Washington DC and its sights by visiting our city guide.

Bus to DC

When traveling by bus from DC to Philly, you will depart from Union Station.

Your DC to Philly bus will arrive at 30th Street Station, one of the most frequented transport hubs in Pennsylvania.

Learn more about Philadelphia and things to do by visiting our city guide.

You can check your reservation for the exact location and time of departure anytime online or from your smartphone.

Bus ticket prices for the bus from DC to Philly

When booking in advance, you can save big on bus ticket pricing from DC to Philly.

Megabus makes bus travel easy and affordable for your upcoming DC to Philly trip, with fares as low as $1*.

Reserving your bus tickets for your next DC to Philly trip is made simple online or by smartphone on megabus.com.

Our trip planner allows you to choose your flexible schedule for your DC to Philly or Philadelphia to DC trip and find the itinerary that works for you.

Availability and booking for a bus from DC to Philly

So if you’re planning on traveling by bus from DC to Philly or from Philadelphia to DC, book your ticket with us today to reserve your seat and see our first-class amenities firsthand.

Learn more about fun things to do in Washington DC or Philadelphia when you arrive.