Where the USA began

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Let's see Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell

The United States of America started here. But you knew that. That’s why you’re coming to Philadelphia, right?  

We will visit...

.... the sites and sights that made America’s independence real. We will see the Liberty Bell, a gift from France; Carpenter’s Hall, the oldest trade guild in the country; the President’s House Memorial Site, which served as the “White House” from 1790 to 1800 while Philadelphia was the U. S. capital. We'll enter the church where most of the signers of the Declaration of Independence worshiped, a beautiful sanctuary still in constant use.

Plus...

  • President George Washington's house.
  • America's first Catholic Church.
  • The birthplace of the American Episcopal Church, the religious home of many signers of the Declaration of Independence.

Don't miss...

  • The "thing" in longest use in the New World.
  • The longest continually occupied residential street in the country.
  • The astounding 15-foot-by-49-foot mosaic of more than 100,000 pieces of Tiffany glass.

Delighted travelers

"Many thanks for a great, informative personalized historical tour of Philadelphia! My husband and I were attending a professional meeting in Philadelphia, and Susie scheduled a tour at our convenience, which included 2 additional friends. She was quickly able to ascertain our interests and responded by tailoring the tour to areas in which we were specifically interested. Thank you, Susie, for our very enjoyable tour!!!"
Heather Hess, Pennsylvania.  


"Merci beaucoup pour cette jolie découverte du centre historique de Philadelphie. Cette ville est magnifique, nous reviendrons!!" 

Alexandre Roth, Strasbourg, France.


 “Susie was a great guide! She was knowledgeable and was fun to tour with! She kept the tour moving and stopped anywhere we wanted to spend some time. Very good tour and a great guide. Would book this tour again anytime. The day we toured it was raining but it didn’t slow our tour down! Great tour. Great guide!!” 

Bryan Rice, Texas. 

Fine print

Three hours for $180. Priceless.  

  • For your group of up to 8 people. 
  • Includes: The time and attention of an excellent local guide. 
  • Excludes: Personal shopping, food, tips and gratuities for your guide.