Excursion to Philadelphia 109 Dollars

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  • 9 hr

Excursion to Philadelphia, one of the most historic cities in the United States, located in the state of Pennsylvania, it is one of the nerve centers of art and culture, it is also a city of great economic importance due to its commercial port, the largest on the east coast. We will visit the Liberty Bell and the Independence Hall, where the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence were signed, both are located in the National Park of Independence.

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Stop At: InterViajes NY

NY Interviations

Stop At: Betsy Ross House

We will see the house of who was the designer of the first flag of the United States called Betsy Ross.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Benjamin Franklin's Grave

We will see the grave of one of the fathers of the American country.

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: Liberty Bell Center

• Once we pick you up at the meeting point we will head south-west to reach the Amish area of Lancaster in the state of Pennsylvania, where we will visit an Amish villa and the guide will tell you its history and explain everything about its culture. We will have the opportunity to buy organic food prepared by them and jams. Then we will take a walk through all the Amish farms in a horse-drawn cart as they are transported accompanied by an Amish  • After lunch we will leave for Philadelphia where we will take a guided tour of the main monuments, visiting the Liberty Bell, the Independence Hall (where the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution was signed), the Christ Church cemetery where the tomb is located from Benjamin Franklin.  • We will go to the Constitution Hall, Carpenters Street, (the oldest in the United States) Elfreth's Alley, the Betsy Ross house (Woman who designed the first flag of the United States), to the City Center passing the town hall, Downtown Masonic, the Benjamin Franklin Parkway or street flags, and a stop will be made at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, where the famous stairs where the movie Rocky was filmed and its statuette are located, certainly one of the most famous points of The city to take pictures.

Stop At: Independence Hall

Independence hall

Stop At: First Bank of the United States

We will see from the outside what was the first bank in the United States.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Love Park

Known as the John F. Kennedy Plaza, it is a public park in the center of the city and popular for the 1971 LOVE sculpture by Robert Indiana.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Eastern State Penitentiary

Former penitentiary that opened in 1829 and closed in 1971 being now a museum and where Al Capone and the bank robber Willie Sutton were prisoners.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Philadelphia Museum of Art

Philadelphia Museum of Art

Stop At: Benjamin Franklin Parkway

Benjamin Franklin Parkway

Pass By: Masonic Temple

We will pass by the Masonic Temple that serves as the headquarters of the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania.
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