Both the original Pennsylvania Convention Center building and the expansion contain striking features which have been hailed for their architectural style:
- The grand train shed roof, the last remaining free-span arch train shed in the country.
- The breathtaking atrium, which spans 400 feet on the ground, and soars 110 feet into the air (or the equivalent of 10 building stories).
- The grand escalators from the Exhibit Hall level to the Ballroom level which transport guests over 100 feet and offer a nearly unobstructed view through crystal-clear panes of hand-set glass.
Go to our photo gallery for a selection of images highlighting the interior and exterior of our building.