We are planing a brand new tour to Philadelphia to two brand new locations:
- Observation Deck at Liberty One for a Sky High View of the City
- The Museum of the American Revolution, a look at our history
- An old favorite for lunch and a cruise on the Delaware “Spirit of Philadelphia”
Fill your eyes with wonder in the
Philadelphia skyline. See it all from 57 stories up. Be at the center of it all with Philly’s newest attraction. At One Liberty Observation Deck, the sky isn’t the limit. It’s the main event. Discover all the attractions in Philadelphia right from the Philadelphia Skyline. And don’t forget a camera. When it comes to places to take pictures in Philadelphia, their viewtiful sights are second to none. It’s the tallest enclosed observation deck in town. It provides 360º views, 365 days a year and it’s located in the heart of Center City Philadelphia. Once you step out of the elevator you are impressed with a view of Philadelphia like you’ve never seen before. Then you’ll understand why the Observation Deck is the ideal place for your visit to Philadelphia.
Spirit of Philadelphia Dinner Cruise…This cruise allows you to experience a completely festive atmosphere at your own pace. Step aboard and you will see that many tables are designed for cabaret-style seating with other guests, reminiscent of ocean-going cruises. You will enjoy a delicious buffet while we cast off for a fabulous cruise on the Delaware River. Relax on the festive climate-controlled decks, or take a stroll to their spacious observation deck. Sip from a refreshing cocktail and enjoy amazing views from the water.
THE MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
is located in the historic heart of Philadelphia, the city that served as the headquarters of America’s founding. The site is just two blocks from Independence Hall, across the street from Carpenter’s Hall, where the Continental Congress first met, and within a block of Benjamin Franklin’s home. The museum rises three stories above the street and, with a full basement, will encompass 118,000 total square feet. This includes permanent and temporary exhibit galleries, theaters, education spaces, collection storage, a café, a retail store, offices and a welcoming lobby area. Original artifacts, immersive settings, and dynamic theaters will take visitors on a journey from the early stirrings of unrest in Boston to the opening shots of the War of Independence, and from signing of the Declaration of Independence to the creation of the American Republic.
- Executive Coach 7:30 am rt 6:00
- Overlook Park 8:00 am rt 6:30