Philadelphia Sightseeing Programs & Experiences

I sometimes think Philadelphia gets the short end of the stick. It sits between Washington, D.C. and New York City, and like Rocky Balboa, it needs to fight a bit to make its mark. I can attest that Philadelphia is more than just a stop on the train, or the home of the Liberty Bell. I love going to Philly, and I have plenty of great reasons for doing so: it’s walkable, it’s bike-friendly, it’s easy to get to, and it boasts stupendous art (the largest collection of Rodin outside of Paris). The food is top-notch (cheese steaks and beyond); it features the most incredible “living” relic, which is open to the public; it’s a gateway to Amish Country; it’s rich in early history; the people are cool; and it has a very funny story about the statue on its capital building.

Philly should be on everyone’s list, because the underdog always works the hardest to please.

— Eric J. Gordon, Founder, Beyond Times Square

 

discover philadelphia

architecture walking tour of philadelphia

beyond the scenes of the revolutionary war

murals of philadelphia walking tour

the philadelphia's magic gardens experience

a day in the amish country

a day in the brandywine valley

a day in valley forge

custom tour