The Constitutional Walking Tour offers a rich storytelling fabric, including historical facts and stories on the Colonial and Revolutionary Eras through to the present day, including the following custom thematic based tour offerings:
- African American - America's storied African American history, including African American houses of worship, Slavery and the Underground Railroad, the President's House, the Free African Society and the African American Museum in Philadelphia.
- Architecture - America's appealing architectural history, showcasing styles such as Classical Monumental, Greek Revival, Art Deco and Contemporary, including buildings designed by "City Architect" William Strickland and I.M. Pei.
- Business - America's rich business heritage, including the oldest stock exchange building, the first Commodities Exchange in the United States the first collegiate business school (The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania) in the United States, and A.J. Drexel's contributions to the birth of modern global finance.
- Haunted - America's Birthplace is one of the country's most haunted cities! Take the Spirits of '76 Ghost Tour and you can visit more than 20 of Philly's Frights & Sights in the Old City area, hearing the haunted facts and folklore of Historic Philadelphia.
- Law - America's rule of law history, including where The Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution were written and debated, where the U.S. Congress the Supreme Court met when Philadelphia was the Nation's Capital, where Samuel Hopkins, the holder of the first patent, signed by President Washington, lived and the National Constitution Center.
- Medical - America's healthy medical history, including the Nation's First Hospital, the Nation's first womens' medical school, the Yellow Fever epidemic, the home of the Father of American Surgery (Dr. Phillip Syng Physick) and the home of the Father of American Psychiatry (Dr. Benjamin Rush).
- Military & Veterans - America's strong record of service history, including the Department of War, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier for the Revolutionary War and the New Hall Military Museum.
- Religious - America's pluralistic religious history, including many famous houses of worship from Quaker to Protestant to Catholic to Jewish.
- Yellow Fever - Inspired in part by the real-life Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1793 and the historical fictional account in the book "Fever 1793" by Laurie Halse Anderson, The Constitutional's new Yellow Fever Tour is a walking journey through Old City Philadelphia featuring the stories, sites and circumstances of the evil epidemic which killed nearly 5,000 people.