Have you heard about our Big Bus Tours or our Trolley Tours? If not, they are offered 7 days per week with departures from the Northeast Corner of 5th & Market Streets. They both follow a 21 stop route, in which you can jump off and jump back on the tour anytime throughout the day. Just show your ticket to re-board the bus or trolley! Interested in where we bring you? Here are the 21 stops of the tour:
Stop 1. Independence Visitor’s Center: The exclusive location to get free-timed tickets to tour Independence Hall. On-site ticketing, maps, brochures, list of local events and gift shop. A great starting point if you are new to Philly. Open daily: 8:30am – 6pm
Stop 2. Betsy Ross House: $7 Audio tours for adults, which includes admission to the house. Open daily: 10am – 5pm.
Stop 3. National Constitution Center: Interactive exhibits showcasing the importance of the constitution. Hours: Monday – Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 5 p.m
Stop 4. Chinatown: A great place to stop to enjoy one of the 50 Asian restaurants in the area.
Stop 5. Convention Center Marriott: Calling all foodies! This is a great place to jump off to visit the Reading Terminal Market which is one of the greatest public markets in the country. Open Mon-Sat 8am-6pm and Sun 9am-5pm
Stop 6. Love Park / City Hall: Stop here and take a picture with the well-known LOVE sculpture and hangout in the park and grab some food at one of Philly’s famous food trucks. OR stop by City Hall and visit the Tower Observation Deck Mon-Fri 9:30am-4:15pm.
Stop 7. Cathedral Basilica of Sts Peter and Paul: Interested in architecture? This is one of the most notable architectural structures in Philly.
Stop 8. Rodin Museum: A tranquil spot in the middle of the city to experience the work of the French sculptor Auguste Rodin. Free admission to the garden, suggested museum admission of $8 for adults, but is “Pay What You Wish”. Open daily 10am-5pm, except closed Tuesday.
Stop 9. Eastern State Penitentiary: Until March 14th enjoy the Winter Adventure Tours, open every day 10am-5pm. $12 admission for adults.
Stop 10. Philadelphia Museum of Art: For the month of March check out “Treasures from Korea: Arts and Culture of the Joseon Dynasty, 1392-1910”. $20 admission to all buildings. Open 10am-5pm Tues, Thurs, Sat, Sun. 10am – 8:45pm Wed & Fri. Closed Monday.
Stop 11. Philadelphia Zoo: America’s first zoo. $20 admission for adults, $18 for children age 2-11. Open daily 9:30am – 5pm.
Stop 12. Memorial Hall / Please Touch Museum: A great place to bring your kids to learn through play! $17 admission. Open 9am-5pm Mon-Sat and 11am-5pm Sun.
Stop 13.”Rocky Steps“: Have your friend take a video of you running up the ramous Rocky Steps!
Stop 14. The Franklin/ Logan Circle: Get off at this stop to visit The Franklin Institute or Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University.
Stop 15. Four Seasons Hotel & Stop 16. Hyatt at The Bellevue: Staying at one of these hotels while you visit? Then this tour would be perfect for you, it stops right outside your hotel!
Stop 17. Antique Row: Of course this is the place for people who love shopping and looking at antiques, but it also is a great place to grab a great meal.
Stop 18. South Street/Head House Square: This very popular street is always bustling with a unique mix of people visiting the many great restaurants, cafes, bars and variety of shops.
Stop 19. Society Hill Sheraton
Stop 20. Penn’s Landing/Waterfront: Year-round you can visit Independence Seaport Museum and during the winter skate on the Blue Cross River Rink.
Stop 21. Old City/Christ Church: Explore the history of this wonderful city at this stop!
Our tour is a fun and convenient way to see all of these attractions Philadelphia has to offer, and so much more. Check out our Facebook and Instagram to see pictures from each stop!