This dinner cruise on the Delaware River features a delicious buffet meal, live entertainment, an amazing DJ, and dancing. Enjoy the view of the Philadelphia skyline or head to the dance floor. Bring that special someone or a group of friends for three hours of fun on the water.
Experience the sights of Philadelphia with your own personal guide in a comfortable, private minivan (up to 6 people). From river to river, see the Historic District, Penn's Landing, the Italian Market, City Hall, Love Park, the Franklin Parkway, Rocky steps and so much more. Customize the tour to your own tastes if you have a specific interest in Philly foods, Philadelphia art, the City's murals, its Colonial or Georgian history, the architecture, sports or music. Grab a Philly cheesesteak and hear the stories that make this such a wonderful city.
Take a relaxing day trip by rail from Philadelphia to Washington DC and enjoy a hop-on hop-off tour, which will take you past DC's top monuments and museums. Enjoy plenty of free time to explore on your own. Train fare, the bus tour and a 2-course lunch at the Hard Rock Cafe are all included.
Discover the birthplace of American democracy on this 1.5-hour tour of Philadelphia. Learn interesting facts about the history of the city and the country, and visit historic landmarks such as Independence Hall, Liberty Bell, and the Betsy Ross House.
Climb aboard two National Historic Landmark ships, the 1892 Cruiser “Olympia” and the WWII and Cold War Submarine “Becuna”. Maneuver an underwater robotic vehicle, fire a mock cannon and explore U.S. naval history. Visit the Workshop on the water to see wooden boat builders in action. Discover the atmosphere of Philadelphia’s historic shipyards with “Diligence”, the 1797 re-created gunboat once built in Philadelphia to defend this young country from pirates.
Enjoy Marzen Lagers, moonshine, and Halloween and Oktoberfest treats while professor, author, and professional guides regale you in lost pagan traditions of divination and the dead. Toast the ghosts of Old City’s haunted taverns while engaging in trivia games for additional beer and shot giveaways. Select evenings will include psychic and tarot card readings.
Toast with the ghosts of Christmas past on this entertaining fact (and alcohol)-filled tour of the holiday season! Revel in little-known facts of the season’s pagan roots in Roman, Celtic, and German traditions while learning of medieval Christian and New World additions in caroling, mumming, and hanging mistletoe.
This religious 90-minute walking tour of Old City Philadelphia covers Independence National Park, the Jewish History Museum, and the Slave Memorial. Other stops include the Abolition Bell, the Moon Tree, the tomb of the unknown revolutionary war soldier, Old St. Joseph, Old St. Mary, and the Quaker Meeting House.
Stroll for two hours with an informative guide through the labyrinth of food stalls at Philadelphia's 9th Street Italian Market, considered to be the oldest and largest open-air market in the country. Search for authentic Philadelphia foods, and shop to your heart's content amid a plethora of cheeses, chocolates, deli items and baked goods. You'll have a chance to chat with local vendors and view mosaic art in South Philly's characteristic neighborhoods. For a personalized experience, this small-group tour is limited to 12 people.
Travel the cobblestone streets of Old City Philadelphia by lantern light on this 90-minute religious evening walking tour. Journey along the migrant trail, pray by the mezuzah of the Jewish History Museum, and visit Potter's Plot, wherein rests the tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Other stops include the Holy Trinity Church, the Iron gates of Mother Bethel, Pine Street Presbyterian graveyard, Old St Andrew's, and Philadelphia's 1st Roman Cathedral.
On this 90-minute religious daytime walking tour, cover Philadelphia's Parkway Area and discover faith and freedom. Stops include Saint John's Evangelistic Church, Avenue of Arts, Ecumenical Gallows, and Philadelphia's Champs Elysee.
This 3-combination tour includes a Today and Tomorrow Pass good for hopping on and off a double-decker bus for two full days. Hop on a sightseeing tour in the day and board the Philly by Night bus in the evening. Then, continue to see the city's top sights on an exciting 1-hour Segway ride.
This 3-combo tour includes one full day on a Hop-on Hop-off Sightseeing Tour, as well as admission to the Philadelphia Zoo and a 75-minute Franklin Footsteps Historic Walking Tour. Discover one of the most historic cities in the U.S. on an open-top double decker bus. Visit the first zoo charted in the United states and retrace Benjamin's Franklin's life and impact on American history.
This 3-combination tour includes: a full-day ticket on a Hop-on Hop-off sightseeing tour, admission to the Eastern State Penitentiary, and a 75-minute Franklin Footsteps Historic Walking Tour. Discover one of the most historic cities in the U.S on an open-top double decker bus. Visit any of the 27 attractions, learn about the once most famous and expensive prison in the world, and retrace Benjamin Franklin's life and impact on American history.
Lancaster Amish County is America's oldest Amish settlement, where thousands still live a centuries-old "plain" lifestyle. On this 9-hour tour, you'll travel to Dutch Country and step back in time to enjoy a slower, more peaceful pace – one where the horse and buggy remain a primary form of transportation, and where windmills dot the landscape, providing power harnessed from nature.
Immerse yourself in Philadelphia's festival scene while accompanied by an in-the-know guide with insider tips on the city's best beer, food, art and entertainment. Starting in Old City, you'll travel like a local on public transit, visiting different neighborhoods and rubbing shoulders with Philly residents. Celebrate at a variety of cultural fêtes on any given weekend during the festival season. From the South Street Spring Festival to BlocktoberFest, there's something for everyone on this small-group tour limited to 12 people.
Join a local guide in South Philly on a small-group tour of public art, markets and other hidden gems in historic Philadelphia neighborhoods like Queen Village. Pass by bakeries, delis and butcher shops en route to the famed 9th Street Italian Market, where you can peruse the food stalls. Then visit the one-of-a-kind mosaics gallery at Magic Gardens, and ride a local bus down dynamic South Street or Pine Street before finishing at Fabric Row. Numbers are limited to 12 for a more personalized experience.
Discover great things to do in Philadelphia on this City Sightseeing hop-on hop-off tour. The open-top, double-decker bus offers a panoramic view of the ‘City of Brotherly Love' and makes 27 stops along a 1.75-hour route. Customize your own itinerary, hopping off at must-see attractions such as the Liberty Bell, Philadelphia Zoo and Betsy Ross House. Select a 1-, 2- or 3-day pass to make the most of your visit.
Tour the historic old section of Philadelphia by horse drawn carriage, in the way your forefathers once traveled on these cobblestone streets. Your driver guide will share a chock full of stories and commentary on the historical significance of each key site. As you travel through the busy streets of Philly, take in the panoramic views of the neighborhood.
Learn about American history through the footsteps of Benjamin Franklin on this 75-minute historic walking tour. Following your knowledgeable guide, retrace Franklin's life and impact as one of America's Founding Fathers. Journey down cobblestone pathways highlighting important landmarks in Philadelphia.