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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!

September 01, 2015
Transforming the understanding of the human experience.   The History In 1887 the University of Pennsylvania was preparing for an archeological expedition to the site of Nippur, an ancient Sumerian city in present day Iraq.  The expedition would be the first American expedition to ancient Babylonia to excavate the site of Nippur in what was then the Ottoman Empire.  University Provost William... Read More
August 28, 2015
One of Philadelphia’s most iconic sights   The History Boathouse Row’s history can be traced back to the creation of the Fairmount Water Works in 1812.  After being devastated by the Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1793, (learn more on our special Yellow Fever Tour!) Philadelphia sought to improve the cleanliness and quality of its water supply.  The result was the creation of Fairmount Water Works, a... Read More
August 17, 2015
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 Schuylkill River Trail and Schuylkill Banks    A skate park for everyone.   The History The history of Paine’s Park cannot be told without mentioning another famous Philadelphia public space, JFK Plaza or “LOVE... Read More
August 10, 2015
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 Jonathan Netanyahu Memorial - Raid on Entebbe Mikveh Israel Mikveh Israel Cemetery Preserving, exploring, and celebrating the history of Jews in America   The History While the National Museum of American Jewish... Read More
August 03, 2015
The Bourse Building, opened in 1895, was the first Commodities Exchange in the United States. The Bourse Building was the first in the world to simultaneously house a stock exchange, maritime exchange and grain-trading center.   The History In 1890, influential Philadelphian businessman George E. Bartol visited the Bourse of Hamburg, Germany.  The historic German merchant exchange offered a forum... Read More
July 22, 2015
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 easiest way to see Philly by bike.   The History Here at The Constitutional Walking Tour we’ve always been of the opinion that Philadelphia is a city that is best seen by foot.  In a city that is as old and... Read More
July 07, 2015
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 Hershey's Kitchens  Tasty Frozen Treats in Historic Philadelphia An experience steeped in ideals, drizzled with drollery, and sprinkled with the forgotten flavors of the American past.   The History The Franklin... Read More
July 01, 2015
America’s birthplace is the best place to spend America’s birthday. The History It was nearly 250 years ago, in the assembly room of Independence Hall in Philadelphia, that 56 men approved The Declaration of Independence, severing their ties with Great Britain and creating the United States of America. It is that momentous occasion that we celebrate every 4th of July and Philadelphia, the place... Read More
June 29, 2015
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 Ben Franklin Bridge Pedestrian Walkway Philadelphia’s most popular beer garden is back and better than ever in 2015.   The History In the 1960s, Philadelphia was looking to bring residents and tourists to the... Read More
June 18, 2015
A museum dedicated to Philadelphia’s rich maritime history.   The History Originally founded in 1960 as the Philadelphia Maritime Museum, the Independence Seaport Museum is dedicated to helping visitors understand and experience Philadelphia’s long and important relationship to its waterways.  The museum was founded by J. Welles Henderson, a Philadelphian lawyer with a lifelong fascination with... Read More

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