Philadelphia is best known as the city of brotherly love and for its role in the American Revolutionary War as well as the place of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Filled with historical remnants, Philadelphia is a great city to learn about history in a way that won’t feel like learning at all.
Let an experienced tour director guide you through some of the city’s famous and favorite attractions.
With many museum housing American historical artifacts, magnificent pieces of artwork and so much more, visits to the National Constitution Center, the National Liberty Museum, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and the African American Museum offers an educational experience that rival none.
A visit to the US Mint will show where at least half of U.S. circulating coins and most of the commemorative medals are made, as well as early mint and coining equipment and some rare and historical coins.
Visit the international symbol for freedom, the Liberty Bell at the Liberty Bell Center where historical documents and graphic images give light to the facts and fables about the bell.
Stop by Independence Hall and see the place where the U.S. Constitution was shaped by representatives from 12 states to create one unified nation.
Visit the home of Betsy Ross, the woman who created and sewed the first American Flag. Watch history come to life with a performance of the Founding Fathers.
Visit the dark side of Philadelphia history with a ghost tour where fascinating tales of ghosts and gallows, graveyards and hangings will entertain even the most skeptical.
Included in your tour is a stay at a superb hotel close to all the action, which includes night security for that extra piece of mind. Experience great food and fine dining for breakfast and dinner at some of the Philadelphia’s finest restaurants.
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