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235 N 4th St, Philadelphia, PA 19106-1160
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Franklin SquareSEPTA4 min
ChinatownSEPTA7 min
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The Constitutional Walking Tour of Philadelphia
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Immerse yourself in the history of Philadelphia on this guided, Constitution-focused walking tour (available April through November). In just over an hour, you’ll see an impressive 20 sites including the Declaration House, Betsy Ross House, Liberty Bell Center, Independence Hall, and others. Leave navigation to your guide, who will also tell you about the historical importance of each spot.
$20.90 per adult
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This is another of the fine historic buildings that grace your walk as you take in the sights. I checked it out from the outside, but I understand if you call you might arrange a tour of the unique interior of this old Methodist House of Worship. Don't just try to walk in as
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This is a nice place to stop for a visit to an old colonial church. It reminded me of Christ Church which is very close by. The pastor gave us a nice overall view of the church and its history. An interesting location as St. Augustine Catholic Church is right across the
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It should be noted this is the oldest Methodist Church in USA. Many original pieces are still used in worship services. You need to call ahead to arrange a tour but it is well worth it especially for Methodist Christians. Thankful we found out about this and there is no cost
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