Where to Charge Your Phone in Philadelphia: A Neighborhood-By-Neighborhood Breakdown

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Imagine running up the famous Philadelphia Art Museum steps and finding your perfect victory pose selfie next to the Rocky statue when all of a sudden your phone battery dies! A low battery can be an absolute nightmare, whether you’re visiting the City of Brotherly Love for the first time or you’re a permanent resident. So make sure you bookmark this neighborhood-by-neighborhood breakdown of phone charging stations in Center City Philadelphia and the surrounding areas:

 

Center City Philadelphia

  • Bloomingdale’s Outlet (1625 Chestnut St)
  • Con Murphy’s (1700 Ben Franklin Parkway)
  • Independence Visitor Center (1 North Independence Mall West)
  • Marshalls (1044 Market St)
  • Nom Nom Ramen (20 South 18th St)
  • Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce (200 South Broad St)
  • Reading Terminal Market (51 North 12th St)
  • Target (1128 Chestnut St and 1900 Chestnut St)
  • The North Face (1515 Walnut St)
  • Tir Na Nog Bar & Grill (1600 Arch St)

 

South Philadelphia

  • Marshalls (200 South Swanson St)
  • Target (1 Mifflin St and 1020 Broad St)

 

University City

  • Han Dynasty (3711 Market St)
  • Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (3400 Spruce St)
  • Lauder Institute (256 South 37th St)
  • Penn Admissions (1 College Hall)
  • Penn Graduate School of Education (3700 Walnut St)
  • Penn Nursing (418 Curie Boulevard)
  • Penn Presbyterian (51 North 39th St)
  • UPenn School of Engineering (220 South 33rd St)
  • UPenn Wharton (3730 Walnut St)
  • Wharton (3620 Walnut St and 3620 Locust Walk)

 

North Philadelphia

  • Marshalls (700 East Hunting Park Ave)