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Philadelphia, PA
It's just one square mile, but the area between Front to 7th Streets and Spruce to Race Streets covers America's most sacred historic sites including the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall as they stand side-by-side with the hustle and bustle of a 21st-century city. Society Hill welcomes visitors to stroll their cobblestone streets and take in the architecture of the centuries-old homes, churches and landmarks that make the neighborhood so picturesque.
Choose Your Itinerary
African American History Tour
Guided walking tour of famous landmarks plus sites indigenous to Philadelphia Black History. (3 hours)

Eastern State Penitentiary
One of America’s most historic former prisons known for its revolutionary system of incarceration promoting reform rather than punishment. Famous inmates include Al Capone. (2 hours)

Fort Mifflin
The fort was the site of a 1775 battle of paramount importance between British and Colonial solders. In the U.S. Civil War, the installation was used to contain Confederate prisoners of war. Period uniform and weapons demonstrations are also performed regularly.

Franklin Institute
One of the oldest and premier centers of “hands-on” science education and development in the nation. (2 hours)

Franklin Institute – Tuttleman IMAX Theatre Add-on
This Dome Theater is a “wrap around” version of an IMAX film. Action packed nature and adventure films make you feel like you are part of the action. (1 hour)

Independence Walking Tour
Liberty Bell, Independence Hall (exterior), Congress Hall, Carpenters Hall, Betsy Ross House (exterior), Franklin Court, Elfreth’s Alley and others as time permits. (3 hours)

Independence Walking Tour – Betsy Ross House Interior Tour Add-on
Few women in American history have the fame of Betsy Ross and she is still cherished as the first flag maker. (30 minutes)

Independence Walking Tour – Independence Hall Interior Tour Add-on
It was in the Assembly Room of this building that George Washington was appointed commander in chief of the Continental Army, the Declaration of Independence was adopted, the design of the American flag was agreed upon, the Articles of Confederation were adopted, and the U. S. Constitution was drafted. (1 hour)

MEAL OPTION - The Bourse at Independence Mall
Each person receives a voucher worth $10.00 that is accepted at any of the 13 food vendors or 11 retail shops in the Bourse. Each member of your group redeems their voucher at the store of their choice.

Box Lunch

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