On your tour through Philadelphia, admire all that the historic city has to offer atop a double-decker bus. Relish 360-degree views and unlimited rides within the validity of your pass. Hop on and off at iconic sites including Independence Hall, City Hall, and Logan Circle.
Sit back and enjoy the extensive ride as the route takes you around the birthplace of the Declaration of Independence, Grace Kelly, and the renowned cheesesteak sandwich. You can hop on and off as you wish and explore for as little or as long as you like.
Get a real insight into the city's significance to American history and visit the imposing City Hall, which houses the city's government seats. After seeing the famous Liberty Bell, an icon symbol of America's independence, stop at Independence Hall—originally called the Pennsylvania State House and the birthplace of the United States.
As you meander through Elfreth's Alley, one of the oldest residential streets in the US, admire the Georgian and Federal-style houses along the cobblestone sidewalks. While strolling along Boathouse Row, a historic site perched long the Schuylkill River, absorb the picturesque scenery of Victorian houses and boathouses along the water's edge.
- Independence Visitor Center
- Betsy Ross House
- City Hall
- Franklin Institute
- Penn's Landing
- Old City