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Philadelphia: Historic Self-Guided Tour with GPS & Audio

1. Philadelphia: Historic Self-Guided Tour with GPS & Audio

Journey back in time to historic Philadelphia to the days of George Washington. Follow this self-guided tour that has been developed by local guides and narrated by professional voice artists. Make stops along the tour to hike, visit historic homes, and marvel at waterfall views. Start by downloading the Action Tour Guide app that will function as your personal guide, audio tour, and map all in one.Begin at the City Hall and make your way to the historic district while exploring the catalysts of the war. At the famous Independence Hall, dive into the Declaration of Independence’s drafting, debating, and signing. From there, explore George Washington’s legacy as a politician, general, and president. This leads to the iconic Liberty Bell and the history behind its famous crack and its status as an abolitionist symbol.  Then explore the lives, museums, and homes of revolutionary figures like Ben Franklin, Benedict Arnold, Thomas Jefferson, and Crispus Attacus. Continue your journey past the famous African American Museum, Franklin Square, National Constitution Center, and the Mint.  At the historic Betsy Ross House, see the birthplace of the American flag, and in picturesque Elfreth’s Alley, step back into a quaint, cobblestoned era. Finally, pass George Washington’s church and finish at the Museum of American Revolution.

Philadelphia: History, Highlights & Revolution Walking Tour

2. Philadelphia: History, Highlights & Revolution Walking Tour

Immerse yourself in the vibrant and varied past of Philadelphia, one of the US' most historically significant cities, on this walking tour. Learn more about America's former capital and how it helped to shape the United States of America. Take a guided stroll through Independence National Park, along the cobblestone streets of Old City, past buildings, statues, and monuments, and through the history you think you know. Be amazed by Philadelphia’s remarkable past as your local guide separates the fact from the fiction. Get the chance to give back with a donation to a local non-profit included in the cost of your tour. You will also visit the Museum of the American Revolution and enjoy a live demonstration about George Washington’s war tent and the important role it played during the Revolution.

Museum of the American Revolution: Early Access Guided Tour

3. Museum of the American Revolution: Early Access Guided Tour

This early access tour offers visitors a unique opportunity to see the Museum of the American Revolution’s exhibits before they’re open to the public. Learn about the museum’s artifacts alongside museum experts with room to explore. Skip the crowds and distractions. The American Revolution was dramatic, gritty, and full of uncertainty. It was an era of unparalleled political and social upheaval, even by today’s standards. Explore this era as your guide enhances your experience with additional insight into the artifacts and exhibits and behind-the-scenes details of the museum’s creation. Get inspired to dig deeper into the stories behind objects on display. At the end of the guided tour, choose to explore the galleries further on your own.

Philadelphia: 3-Hour Private City Walking Tour with Lunch

4. Philadelphia: 3-Hour Private City Walking Tour with Lunch

Embark on a private tour through the history of Philadelphia. Visit city highlights as well as lesser-known gems and discover the history behind each turn with insightful commentary from your local guide. Start your walking adventure at Philadelphia's Welcome Park and meet your guide. Hear about the layout and origins of one of America's oldest cities. Stroll along the cobblestone roads of Independence Mall and see the US Mint, the Liberty Bell, and a Quaker meeting house. Continue to Philadelphia's Chinatown, turn a corner and see the famous "Friendship Gate." As you explore the colorful streets, learn about the city's history of diversity and immigration. Finish your tour at the Reading Terminal Market, filled with fresh food, locals, and travelers alike, and enjoy a delicious Philly Cheesesteak.

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What people are saying about Museum of the American Revolution

Great tour guide. Knowledgeable and friendly. Museum itself was beautifully constructed and easy to navigation. They were very accommodating. Glad we saw everything before it opened!

Never received what I was expecting and never got a guided tour from this company!

Very informative, historical. Great experience!!! Thank you