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BYOB Tour of Old City in Philadelphia

  • Relax with a drink in hand (BYOB) as the sights of Philadelphia go by
    Travel among Philadelphia highlights with ease on a trolley
    See more of Philadelphia in less time—a great choice for first-time visitors
    Choose from two departure times to easily fit this tour into your schedule
BYOB Tour of Old City in Philadelphia
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1pm BYOB Philly Trolley TourMost Popular
1pm BYOB Trolley Tour and comedic story telling adventure of Philadelphia covering all of historic Old City, Chinatown, Center City, City Hall, the famed Rocky Steps and much more!
From $34.00
4pm BYOB Philly Trolley Tour
4pm BYOB historic trolley tour and comedic story telling adventure of Philadelphia covering all of historic Old City, Chinatown, Center City, City Hall, the famed Rocky Steps and much more!
From $34.00
Hop aboard a trolley and explore the City of Brotherly Love as you sip your favorite beer or wine on this BYOB sightseeing tour, a great choice for first-time visitors. Pass by major landmarks and hop off at City Hall, the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Rocky Steps, Boathouse Row, and the historic Old City district. Plus, choose from two afternoon departure times.
What to Expect

Tote a six-pack or a bottle of wine and meet your guide at a convenient central location to board a trolley for your Philadelphia sightseeing tour. Travel past all of the city’s major landmarks and hear stories about Philadelphia that even some locals don’t know. Hop off to explore City Hall, Love Park, and Boathouse Row, and ask a friend to hold your beer while you run up the famous Rocky Steps at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Next follow your guide through the streets of the historic Old City to see Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell, Betsy Ross House, Franklin Court, Carpenters’ Hall, and Declaration House, where Thomas Jefferson lived while drafting the Declaration of Independence. Wander down Elfreth’s Alley, the nation’s oldest continuously inhabited residential street where your tour ends.

Reviews (41)
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Reviewed today
Great fun

We took the maiden tour on December 1st. The were some hiccups out of the control of the tour guide because Smedley Street got behind in their decorating due to weather. But they made up for it and are giving us all credit for next...More

1  Thank RAQL3
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Great time! Best way to see the city!

Went on this tour with our two grown children- only had a few days in the city and found this a perfect and different excursion! Informative, funny, entertaining, and BYOB made it even better. Tim was an awesome guide. Highly recommend- definitely a must for...More

Thank liztarricone
Reviewed November 3, 2018 via mobile
Great time even for a local!

I had friends visiting from out of town and the weather wasn’t great so I booked this tour. It was great! Good info, I learned stuff even as a local! You see everything in a couple of hours that would take a whole day to...More

Thank meaghenw
Reviewed October 18, 2018
Awesome "day date" with my husband touring our beautiful city and laughing the entire time.

Tim the tour guide (and owner) is witty, clever, sharp and extremely funny. We enjoyed learning new things about the city while seeing familiar sites and some new ones that we never noticed before. Enjoying some beers while on the trolley was also quite fun....More

Thank Angelique P
Reviewed October 8, 2018

Had a great time on the BYOB tour of Philly! Our tour director was super funny and also very knowledgeable of the history of Philly!! Highly recommend this tour!

1  Thank Laus1224
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July 17, 2018|
Response from ChrystinaNoel | Reviewed this property |
I would guess the trolley fits about 40. And yes, they do private tours!
July 17, 2018|
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Response from Valerie T | Reviewed this property |
Approximately 20