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The Constitutional Walking Tour of Philadelphia takes you on a walking journey through America's Most Historic Area - the birthplace of America's nation. Step back in time to see where The Declaration of Independence and The United States Constitution were created. This 75-minute walking adventure includes more than 20 historic sites in the Independence National Historical Park, including the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall.
- Philadelphia walking tour
- Journey through America's Most Historic Area - the birthplace of America's nation
- See more than 20 historic sites in the Independence National Historical Park
- Visit the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall
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What You Can Expect
Philadelphia is best seen by foot. See more than 20 historic sites and attractions in 75 minutes on a 1.25-mile outdoor walking journey, including:
- Independence Hall
- The Liberty Bell Center
- Betsy Ross House
- National Constitution Center
- Declaration House
- Signers' Walk
- Carpenters' Hall
- Franklin Court
- B. Free Franklin Post Office
- Christ Church Burial Ground
- The First Bank of the U.S.
- Congress Hall
- Old City Hall
- Library Hall
- Christ Church
- The Signer
- Second Bank of the U.S.
- New Hall Military Museum
- Arch Street Friends Meeting House
This tour is seasonal and operates from April to November only.
Finding the right spot for meeting our guide was a small challenge, one resolved with a quick phone call and then a hookup with the nicest guy Julian our guide. We where extremely lucky to have all of Julian's time as we where his only guests. He showed and explained many sites around Phillies historical area. Julian made 'old' Philly come to life.
A great tour and experience thanks Julian.
Excellent guide who gave us the perfect overview of the various historic sites so that we could go back later and spend time at the places that most interested us. We enjoyed learning not only about the sites, but the people who were a part of that history and the more recent creation (and surrounding controversy) of the national park grounds where most of the buildings sit. I highly recommend this tour.