About Drupaldelphia

Drupaldelphia is an annual camp held in Philadelphia for the open source content management platform, Drupal. The event attracts developers, site-builders, content administrators, designers, and anyone interested in using Drupal in their organization or upcoming project. This year will again be hosted in the Pennsylvania Convention Center at 1101 Arch St  Philadelphia, PA 19107.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get to Drupaldelphia?

Drupaldelphia will be held at the Pennsylvania Convention Center

How many people will be there?
Last year Drupaldelphia attracted over 400 participants. This year we are expecting about 500.

Who is Drupaldelphia for?
It's not just for developers!  There's also a track for people who may have never used Drupal but are interested in learning more about it. Drupaldelphia is for large businesses, small businesses, non-profits, educational institutions and anyone interested in learning Drupal or how it can help their organization.

Getting to Drupaldelphia

Located a few blocks from Philadelphia City Hall, the convention center is easily accessible by public transit and has ample access to many of Center City's parking garages.


Drupaldelphia via SEPTA

What to do for lunch (in order of coolness)

Reading Terminal (something for everyone, two block walk)

  • Greek
  • Italian
  • Soul
  • Amish
  • Bakery
  • Oyster bar
  • Ice Cream & Cookies
  • So much more!

Chinatown (Asian, some with fusion, none with fission)

  • Various types of Asian restaurants
  • Seafood
  • Noodle houses

Cafe Old Nelson

all others aren't really worth a mention


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