Philadelphia Tour Package

A Day in the City of Brotherly Love!

Step back into history with a visit to the birth place of America. Since Philadelphia is best seen on foot, Baron Tours has designed a one-day itinerary that will take you behind the scenes of history like no other tour.

Philadelphia is home to many national historical sites that were witness to the founding of the United States. The city’s architecture dates back to Colonial times. The city is home to important archival repositories, including the Library Company of Philadelphia, established in 1731, and the Athenaeum of Philadelphia, founded in 1814. The Presbyterian Historical Society, the country’s oldest continuous denominational historical society, is also located here.[nbsp_tc]

The spirit of America’s forefathers lives on in this “fighting capital” known for its tough-town reputation. But the modern-day pioneers who call Philadelphia home say it always will be the city of brotherly love! Fueled by a passion for community, and a love for comfort food, this historic city continues to capture our attention.

Have a little more time for a historic adventure? Baron Tours also offers three to five day tours of Philadelphia. We customize all of tour packages to meet each client’s individual needs and vacation wish list.

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Sample Itinerary

This full day tour allows your group to discover something new about the city and enjoy many of the city’s essential attractions.

A Philadelphia adventure you’ll never forget:

• 75-minute Constitutional Walking Tour of Philadelphia
• Liberty Bell
• Franklin Court
• US Mint
• Lunch at The Bourse Building Food Court
• Independence Hall
• Second Bank of the United states
• Portrait Gallery
• Betsy Ross House
• Fairmont Park

Philadelphia is known for being the home of the original Philly cheesesteak – the steak and cheese sandwich. Dinner at Tony Luke’s will demonstrate why Tony Luke’s world famous Philly cheesesteaks, and old-Philly-style sandwiches, are a global phenomenon.

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