Follow in the footsteps of Philadelphia’s colonial settlers during a 2-hour walking tour along the waterfront. Learn about the founding of Philadelphia, William Penn, and how the river influenced the city’s growth, with rare images of the 18th-century waterfront provided that illustrate your guide’s commentary. Landmarks include the Thomas Bond House, City Tavern, and Dock Street, with regular stops provided along the 2-mile (3-km) route.
Proceed at a leisurely pace suitable for most people
Includes regular stops for photo ops and observation
Ideal for history buffs with an interest in Philadelphia’s origins