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Philadelphia Old City Hall

Philadelphia Old City Hall Tours and Tickets

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Old City Hall was used by the first US Supreme Court from 1791 to 1800, when Philadelphia was briefly the nation’s capital. After the federal government moved to Washington DC, the building was occupied by Philadelphia’s city hall and mayor’s office. Today it’s maintained as a historic site, and visitors can see the restored courtroom.

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501 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Go City: Philadelphia All-Inclusive Pass with 40+ Attractions

Go City: Philadelphia All-Inclusive Pass with 40+ Attractions

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Choose from 1, 2, 3, or 5 days of unlimited sightseeing with the Philadelphia Pass, and cover top attractions like the Eastern State Penitentiary with a single package ticket. The pass is easily downloaded to your mobile device, so you can ditch the complicated vouchers. Explore the city of brotherly love at your own leisure—ideal for tourists and residents alike. Please note: Enjoy the extra flexibility in case your travel plans need to change: All passes are valid for two year from purchase date and only become activated with your first attraction visit. After activation your pass will be valid for the number of days purchased.
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  • 1 to 5 days
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$52.00
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Philadelphia History, Highlights, & Revolution Tour

Philadelphia History, Highlights, & Revolution Tour

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Philadelphia is widely regarded as one of America’s most historically significant cities, and for good reason! This is the city where the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution were born. It was Philly that served as America’s capital before Washington DC even existed. Here is where the American flag was created, where Ben Franklin proved that lightning was electricity, and where the iconic Liberty Bell rang and cracked but endures as a symbol of freedom. These are just a few examples of how Philadelphia has helped shape the United States of America. Come and take a guided stroll through Independence National Park, along the cobblestone streets of Old City, past buildings, statues, and monuments, and through the history you think you know. Your local guide will separate the fact from the fiction and you will be amazed by Philadelphia’s remarkable past.
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  • 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
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BYOB Historically Hilarious Trolley Tour of Philadelphia

BYOB Historically Hilarious Trolley Tour of Philadelphia

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See Philadelphia’s historic landmarks and sites while sipping your own beer or wine and hearing little-known facts from a guide. This sightseeing tour by trolley takes the stress off finding a designated driver for exploring as you see tops sights such City Hall, Love Park, Boathouse Row, the Liberty Bell, Betsy Ross’ House, and the Declaration House. Drinks are BYOB.
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  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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Go City: Philadelphia Explorer Pass - Choose 3, 4, 5 or 7 Attractions

Go City: Philadelphia Explorer Pass - Choose 3, 4, 5 or 7 Attractions

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See some of Philadelphia's top attractions at a discount with The Philadelphia Pass. Select your choice of three, four, five, or seven activities from a list of options and get direct entrance after you save your pass on your mobile device. Use your pass for touring options such as the Hop-On Hop-Off Big Bus Philadelphia Tour, or for entrance tickets to venues such as the African American Museum, Betsy Ross House, or Philadelphia Zoo. Passes are valid for one year from purchase date and you have 60 consecutive days from first use. Please note: Enjoy the extra flexibility in case your travel plans need to change: All passes are valid for two year from purchase date and only become activated with your first attraction visit. After activation your pass will be valid for 60 days and/or the remaining number of attraction choices purchased.
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  • 60 days
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Musical History Tour

Musical History Tour

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Philadelphia is full of rich musical history. Our tour promises to bring that history alive with our moving musical museum.
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  • 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
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Old City Philadelphia Private Guided Tour

Old City Philadelphia Private Guided Tour

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We offer a unique experience you won’t find anywhere else. The premier Ben Franklin interpreter takes you on a walk though old city Philadelphia and the wonderful history it holds. Storytelling and fascinating history makes the neighborhood come to life. While experiencing the great landmarks historic Philadelphia has to offer, you find yourself wound up in the pages of history. People of all ages can enjoy this experience and leave the tour with a new appreciation for America’s founding. Funny, factual and a delightful experience for everyone.
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  • 2 to 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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Should I book Philadelphia Old City Hall tickets in advance?
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We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Philadelphia Old City Hall can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
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How much does it cost to visit Philadelphia Old City Hall 2021?
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Currently, an entrance ticket to Philadelphia Old City Hall costs USD 26.00. Guided Philadelphia Old City Hall tours start around USD 26.00 per person.
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