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Address: 100 French St, Wilmington, DE 19801, United States


Website: https://www.amtrak.com/servlet/ContentServer?pagename=am/am2Station/Station_Page&code=WIL

City: Delaware

Country: United States

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Kirstjen Lorenz Kirstjen Lorenz
Shared publicly - July, 3
This is a very quiet small city, from what I saw. Lovely river walk park.

Stephanie Rapini Stephanie Rapini
Shared publicly - August, 2
Conductors, for septa, are absolutely horrible. Them and the Amtrak police are on power trips. I understand they deal with a lot of b.s. but come on my son, 8, has never done anything but be polite and curious and they act like we got something up our sleeves. I mean if they never seen or felt w us I get it but they saw us 4-5 days a week 2x a day. Never caused 1 issue🤨

Kristin Martin Kristin Martin
Shared publicly - July, 3
Tamara and Sean are amazing. They are angels and I really hope their boss sees this review. I had a lost item and they were so kind and really helped me out. Sean and Tamara, if you are reading this I appreciate your help so much.❤️♥️♥️

Xin Chen Xin Chen
Shared publicly - September, 1
Conveniently located in downtown Wilmington, just short walking distances to the major establishments in the commercial and office district. It is clean and safe. The train schedules to the cities in the Northeast corridor are relatively frequent; the trains run on time mostly and reliable; but the fare is not cheap. Purchase your tickets as early as you can to save significantly

Faruh A. Faruh A.
Shared publicly - September, 1
Good station. Clean, big. One minus: after 9 the evening nothing not works on station.

Dj Palmer Dj Palmer
Shared publicly - August, 25
Different but cool don't know wat 2 say really

David Lambert David Lambert
Shared publicly - September, 2
Older looking station but clean. Nice riverside park and market one block away.

Wolfy Wolfy
Shared publicly - February, 3
This is mainly a complaint about the architecture. Until a few years ago the lower level of the station had a wonderful 19th century waiting area with wooden benches and a brick floor. They gutted it a put stainless steel everywhere and now it looks like an airport. Its a historic building, so I couldn't believe they made such a drastic change to the interior. Only historic features left are the stairway and shoe shine chairs. Gave it 3 stars since the exterior was kept original. Other than that its often dirty and the service isn't very good. Parking costs money, so I park at the Claymont station and take the train from there to Philly.

Kitten B Kitten B
Shared publicly - December, 5
I am only giving a 5 star because of the awesome help we receive from the gentlemen at the Red Cap counter. He assisted us with instructions on which train and connections we should take for our destination. He was very knowledgeable, confidence and pleasant where another Amtrak ticket counter employee at the same station was not so nice and pointed to my phone and told me to look it up myself.

YoAsha YoAsha
Shared publicly - September, 1
It makes me proud to have such a beautiful, historic building in my hometown.

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