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Explore Philadelphia on this hop-on hop-off tour! Visit 27 top Philadelphia attractions including the Liberty Bell,...
The Constitutional Walking Tour of Philadelphia takes you on a walking journey through America's Most Historic Area...
2 hours for the Founding Fathers Tour<br />2 hours for the Beer Tasting and Tour
Experience the best of US history with a modern twist on this small-group tour of Philadelphia. See where the Found...
This hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour lets you experience the rich history and legendary sights of Philadelphia with...
Discover the birthplace of American democracy on this 1.5-hour tour of Philadelphia. Learn interesting facts about the h...
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Follow in the footsteps of a nation's forefathers on this guided horse-drawn carriage tour through the cobblestone ...
Gain insight into America’s colonial history on this small-group walking tour of Philadelphia, founded in the 17th ...
1, 2 or 3 days
Discover great things to do in Philadelphia on this City Sightseeing hop-on hop-off tour. The open-top, double-deck...
Explore all that Philadelphia has to offer aboard a double decker hop-on hop-off bus tour! Visit 27 top attractions...
Explore the sights and sounds of Philadelphia on board a double-decker, hop-on hop-off bus tour. Visit 27 of the ci...
Explore the birthplace of American democracy on this guided, 75-minute tour through the streets of historic Philade...
Board a double-decker bus for a guided, 2-hour night tour of historic Philadelphia. This evening sightseeing tour a...
Follow the footsteps of Benjamin Franklin and learn about American history on this guided, 75-minute walking tour i...
Discover the birthplace of American democracy selecting on this guided, 90-minute walking tour around Philadelphia,...
This two day hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour lets you experience the rich history and legendary sights of Philadelp...
The iconic Liberty Bell is an emblem of American Independence, and holds a symbolic place in history as the 'justice bell' that heralded significant events.
The iconic Liberty Bell is an emblem of American Independence, and holds a symbolic place in history as the 'justice bell' that heralded significant events. The inscription on the bell reads "Proclaim Liberty Throughout All the Land Unto All the Inhabitants thereof". Once a chime for public announcements from above the Pennsylvania State House (now Independence Hall), it became a public symbol of freedom when talk went around that it was rung on July 4, 1776 after the Second Continental Congress's vote for independence. It is now housed in the Liberty Bell Center on the Independence Mall, where visitors can get an up close look at the 2000-pound bell and its mysterious crack.
Admission is free, and it's best to reach early in the morning to avoid the queues. The Liberty Bell Center displays documents and images pertaining to the Liberty Bell's history from its casting to cracking, touring across the country after the Civil War, its adoption as the symbol of the suffrage movement, and final placement at the center in Philadelphia. At the end of the tour, you finally get to see the Liberty Bell. You cannot lick it though, it's barricaded.
525 Market St, Philadelphia, PA, United States
The Independence National Historic Park comprises some of USA's most famous historic sites associated with the American Revolution, including Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell, Benjamin Franklin's house and grave, and the house in which the Declaration of Independence was written
The Congress Hall, to the west of Independence Hall, is where the U
The Independence Hall is the highlight of the Independence National Historical Park, the site where the Declaration of Independence was adopted on July 4, 1776, and where the U
The Philadelphia History Museum, 'where history inspires the future,' details the comprehensive 330 year old history of America's 'birthplace' and founding city
The National Museum of American Jewish History showcases the American Jewish experience through history, detailing the stories of Jewish immigrants and the development of their identity
The Declaration House is a recreation of the house built by Jacob Graff in 1775, where Thomas Jefferson rented two rooms and wrote the Declaration of Independence
The Franklin Court is what remains of Benjamin Franklin's brick house after it was torn down 20 years after his death, with a Benjamin Franklin Museum on site that throws light on his inventions and artifacts
The New Hall Military Museum showcases the role of the Army, Navy, and Marines in the American Revolution and early American history through military memorabilia including weapons, uniforms, battle flags, and more
The Christ Church Burial Ground holds the mortal remains of 7 signers of the Declaration of Independence and five signers of the Constitution, including Benjamin Franklin and George Ross
Christ Church, the first parish of the Anglican church in Pennsylvania, was founded in 1695 and is still active today; the existing building dates from 1744