Philadelphia Constitutional Walking Tour with Guide

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A full refund will apply if you cancel more than 24 hours before the activity start time.

Duration1 hour
Guide LanguageEnglish
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About

It has been said that Philadelphia is best seen on foot, so this Constitutional Walking Tour is the perfect way to explore America’s birthplace and the important sites that have written its long history.
This tour, led by an energetic and knowledgeable tour guide, provides an experience that is both educational and fun. Enjoy an overview of the Independence National Historical Park area with visits to more than 20 of the most historic sites in Philadelphia — like Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell, Betsy Ross House, the National Constitution Center, Declaration House, Carpenters’ Hall, Franklin Court and many others.
The Constitutional Walking Tour of Philadelphia provides an up-close-and-personal, behind-the-scenes account of the city. Experience historical Philadelphia — and celebrate America’s birthplace — the way it was meant to be on a sightseeing walking tour of a lifetime.
This tour operates rain or shine, so dress for the weather.

Highlights

Philadelphia walking tour
Journey through America's Most Historic Area - the birthplace of America's nation
See more than 20 historic sites in the Independence National Historical Park
Visit the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall

Itinerary

Meeting point and tour intro
This open-air President’s House commemorates the predecessor the White House where President George Washington and President John Adams lived while they were in office, while Philadelphia was the Capital City of the United States from 1790-1800.
Declaration House, or Graff House as it is also referred to, is on the site where Thomas Jefferson lived when he wrote The Declaration of Independence.
The quintessential icon of American Freedom
Independence Hall, the birthplace of America, was built in 1732 as the Pennsylvania State House.
Constructed between 1787 and 1789 as the Philadelphia County Court House, Congress Hall served as the United States Capitol, the meeting place of the United States Congress, from 1790 to 1800
The former home to the U.S. Supreme Court
You will see the statue called The Signer, inspired by George Clymer.
Oldest scholarly society in the U.S.
The nation’s first public library and the former Library of Congress
One of the most influential financial institutions in the world, now a portrait gallery
The birthplace of the American Identity
Interpreting the role of the military in early U.S. history
Sparked the first great Constitutional debate
Ben Franklin’s home and the only Colonial-themed Post Office
An active parish since 1695, often called the “Nation’s Church”
Where Betsy Ross sewed the first Stars and Stripes
Home to the Society of Friends
The final resting place of Benjamin Franklin

Inclusions

See where The Declaration of Independence and The United States Constitution were created
Tour operates in rain or shine
75-minute Constitutional Walking Tour
A walking journey through America's Most Historic Area - the birthplace of America's nation

Exclusions

Gratuities
Food and drinks

Additional Information

  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
  • Tours are all weather events and operate rain or shine
  • Tour Meeting Location National Constitution Center 525 Arch Street Philadelphia, PA 19106 (Note: Directly outside main entrance by 3 large stone benches) Check in 15 minutes before the tour.

Guide Languages

  • English

Cancellation Policy

  • A full refund will apply if you cancel more than 24 hours before the activity start time.

  • No refund is possible if you cancel less than 24 hours before the activity start time.