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The Philadelphia Pass is a great pass to have when touring the differennt venues.
What a great great great bargain for all the sights in Philadephia. Worth the price and hassle-free.
It was great way to be able to see the founding home of America. Don't try it in one day like me, you need a few days. The bus or trolley is most enjoyable, plus, it lets you figure out distances and parking.
We really enjoyed Philadelphia. We were there for only two days and saw plenty. Make sure you check out what is going on at Penn's Landing and take the short cruise. We got a free concert and met Tom Joyner. The Historic Ships tour behind the Seaport Museum was great. The only negative, the hop-on-hop off tour did not go to all of the stops listed on the map but the city transit was very easy to use they have convenient one day passes. Of course we stayed in center city so we did not have far to travel. I also recommend checking ahead of time for the hours for museums. We were there on the weekend and a lot of things weren't open and some had different hours than listed.
excellent value for money in terms of the pass giving you ideas of what to do and where to go. Unfortunately for us a few places were closed for the winter or refurb. The highlight was the self guided audio walking tour, we only scratched the surface but if we go again we will buy the pass, it gives you more ideas and extras when you do get to go in to a place.
Was enjoyable, Philadelphia had alot more to offer than I first thought.
The main reason I bought the PHL pass was to "skip" the lines. I have purchase other city passes, Paris, NY, Rome etc. However, with this pass in PHL I have to wait in line, show the pass and then get tickets.
Most of the must see attractions would not accept the past or entrance was free but required a prearranged ticket. I.e. the liberty bell and independence hall. I was disappointed. With only one day in PHL and spending the entire morning exploring attractions that did not require the pass.