Forget watching History Channel documentaries. Why not see the landmarks that shaped America in real life on this Philadelphia tour? You'll see the building where the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution were signed, the Liberty Bell, Betsy Ross's House, and much more! This tour even includes a special presentation about George Washington in the Museum of the American Revolution.
Local English-speaking guide, admission to a demonstration at the Museum of the American Revolution, a donation to a local community organization and National Park Service Fee for guided groups
Food and Drinks, tips/gratuities for your guide
Signers Garden, 498 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, PA 19106
Convenient location in the heart of Old City
The maximum number of people on this tour will be 16 passengers.
If you have any issues on the day of your tour, please call +1 215 280 3746
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity.
Visit several unmissable sites on this historical Old City Philadelphia tour. This experience ditches the guidebooks and gives you a dose of history from a local perspective. After all, this is the history that shaped the people of this city, so why not learn about it from them? Meet your guide at the Signers Garden in the middle of the Independence National Historical Park and begin your amazing journey of the past. From here, we’ll take you back to the time of our nation’s founding, weaving your way through this charming neighborhood. Your guide will share knowledge of the most significant sites of the park, such as Independence Hall, Congress Hall, and Old City Hall. See the Liberty Bell, where you'll hear about why this iconic symbol has become so famous all around the world. Just next door, you’ll enter the President’s House site, home to George Washington and John Adams during Philly’s tenure as our nation’s capital. Pay your respects to one of our country's most influential citizens at the gravesite of Benjamin Franklin. Continue to be immersed in history as you venture past the Betsy Ross House and then down Elfreth’s Alley, the street famous for being the oldest continuously occupied residential street of the 13 British colonies. As this Philadelphia tour winds down, your guide will help you make the rest of your visit just as memorable, recommending restaurants, pubs, and more fun things to do!
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