- See Philadelphia at your own pace on this hop-on hop-off tour
- Visit 20 top Philadelphia attractions including the Liberty Bell, Elfreth's Alley and Independence Hall
- Enjoy great views from the open-top, double-decker bus, complete with live onboard narration
- A fun, fast and scenic way to explore the city
- Choose a 24-hour or 48-hour ticket
Visit the Liberty Bell, Elfreth's Alley, Independence Hall, Carpenters Hall and the Betsy Ross House. Explore Chinatown, tour the Rodin Museum or the Independence Seaport Museum, stroll down Antique Row, explore the Philadelphia Zoo, and shop on South Street.
Along the way, enjoy live narration from your onboard guide, who’ll share stories and facts about everything from the signing of the Declaration of Independence to the iconic Philly cheese steak sandwich – a must-try during your stay in Philadelphia!
Stop 1 - Independence Visitor Center
Stop 2 - Betsy Ross House
Stop 3 - National Constitution Center
Stop 4 - Chinatown
Stop 5 - Convention Center Marriott
Stop 6 - City Hall
Stop 7 - Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul
Stop 8 - Rodin Museum
Stop 9 - 'Rocky Steps'
Stop 10 - Eastern State Penitentiary
Stop 11 - Philadelphia Museum of Art
Stop 12 - Philadelphia Zoo
Stop 13 - Franklin Institute
Stop 14 - Logan Circle
Stop 15 - Academy of Music
Stop 16 - Antique Row
Stop 17 - South Street Head House Square
Stop 18 - NE corner of Dock at Front Street
Stop 19 - Penn's Landing/Waterfront
Stop 20 - Old City/Christ Church
Reviewed by Rosemary B, March 2013
The weather in Philadelphia was terrible the day of my tour, so I hopped on and stayed on, but I feel the tour was well worth the $26 i paid. Since there were so few people on the tour that day, and there were long stretches where I was the only person on board, I had almost a " private tour". My tour guide was very knowledgable and quite humorous and I learned a lot about Philadelphia without ever getting off of the bus. He also made sure I got a shuttle back to the Marriott - much appreciated as the weather was so bad. I must also mention the kind lady who assisted me in getting on the tour bus at the Marriott stop. She offered me shelter in the stationary bus, and gave me a lot of information and pointers about Philadelphia. Her enthusiasm about Philadelphia and the tour got the trip off to a great start. You are lucky to have such wonderful staff!
The tour covered a LOT of ground, and I think when I have the chance to return to Philadelphia I will book the 2 day tour as the bus stops at 3 museums and the penitentury, which would take a big chuck of time to tour.
Reviewed by Yuni K, May 2013
Not much to see, but ok for first timer to the city