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The Constitutional Walking Tour may be best known for our walking tours of Historic Philadelphia, but we also love ALL of Philadelphia. In this blog, we will tell you about some of our favorite places in Philadelphia and give you the insider tips you can use to enjoy them like a real Philadelphian. Some of our favorite places in Philadelphia are iconic landmarks, others are hidden gems, all of them are worth a visit!

December 13, 2016
Related Post Buy Tickets for The Constitutional Walking Tour of Philadelphia ­- See 20+ Sites on a Primary Overview of Independence Park, including the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall A picturesque historic burial ground   The History For most of Philadelphia’s early history, the deceased never strayed very far from the living. In the most historic parts of Philadelphia, the landscape is... Read More
October 21, 2016
Related Posts Buy Tickets for The Constitutional Walking Tour of Philadelphia – See 20+ Sites on a Primary Overview of Independence Park, including the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall Philadelphia Music Alliance’s Walk of Fame Walnut Street Theatre The epicenter of Philly's live performing arts scene   The History Broad Street (today also known as Avenue of the Arts) was always designed to be... Read More
August 30, 2016
One of the biggest concert events in the history of Philadelphia   The History Made in America is once again just around the corner and there has been a lot of discussion about the biggest live music festival in Philadelphia.  But Made in America is not the first major concert event in Philadelphia.  Arguably the tradition dates back to at least 1985 with global music festival Live Aid.     Live... Read More
July 14, 2016
Another Political Convention is coming to Philadelphia!   The History When Philadelphia became the Capital of the United States in 1790, there were no political conventions. George Washington, who served as President of the United States from 1790-1797 (in Philadelphia), was not affiliated with any political party. But the second president to live in Philadelphia, John Adams, was a Federalist and... Read More
June 13, 2016
Related Post Buy Tickets for The Constitutional Walking Tour of Philadelphia - See 20+ Sites on a Primary Overview of Independence Park, including the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall The First Continental Congress Independence Hall Tickets & Visitor Guide Liberty Bell Tickets & Visitor Guide Benjamin Franklin - One of America's Founding Fathers Peyton Randolph - One of America's... Read More
April 13, 2016
Related Posts: Buy Tickets for The Constitutional Walking Tour of Philadelphia – See 20+ Sites on a Primary Overview of Independence Park, including the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall James Madison, Jr. - One of America's Founding Fathers James Madison’s life in Philadelphia   The History No matter who your favorite founding father may be, chances are, he spent a lot of time in Philadelphia... Read More
March 16, 2016
Philadelphia & Pennsylvania Provide Historical Context to the Founding of the Mormon Church and to the Pioneer Builder, Henry Grow, Jr., a Native Philadelphian, Architect and Engineer Who Designed and Built the Salt Lake City Tabernacle for Brigham Young    Philadelphia Pennsylvania Temple Overview In just six months, the Philadelphia Pennsylvania Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of... Read More
March 06, 2016
A tour of the American Military’s birthplace.   The Constitutional Walking Tour’s Military Tour Here at The Constitutional Walking Tour we’re well known for our custom tours which can be designed to fit the exact needs of our guests.  Custom tours are available to VIP customers who hire a private guide as well as to all groups, such as corporate and school groups.  One custom tour that we’ve... Read More
February 02, 2016
Related Post Buy Tickets for The Constitutional Walking Tour of Philadelphia ­- See 20+ Sites on a Primary Overview of Independence Park, including the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall The oldest natural science research institution and museum in the New World.   The History As the largest city in the American Colonies and the home of Benjamin Franklin, Philadelphia had become a center of... Read More
January 21, 2016
America’s First Zoo   The History Long before America had its first Zoo, its citizens were paying to view animals.  Rickett’s Circus, America’s first circus, opened in 1793 at 12th and Market Street here in Philadelphia. Audiences that even included then President of the United States, George Washington were entertained by impressive horse riding shows and dog tricks.  Showmen across America... Read More

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