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Private Philadelphia and Amish Country Day Trip from New York
"You will be met in the morning by your own private driver-guide and vehicle at the New York City location of your choice.  Together you will travel to Philadelphia Pennsylvania.  There you will explore the historic Independence Mall with Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell.  You will stroll through America’s oldest neighborhood Elfreth Ally with its cobbled street and Georgian and Federal-style houses.  You will pass by Betsy Ross’s House-birthplace of the American flag; the original President’s House; Christ Church’s Burial Ground with the graves of some of America’s earliest prominent leaders; the First Bank of the United State and more.  Lunch will be had at the bustling Reading Terminal Market
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Philadelphia Historical Independence Walking Tour
"Are you tired of going on tours in which the guide knows less than you do? The guides for Bow Tie Tours are teachers not actors or college students who have studied a cram sheet and they are well-trained in providing people information in an interesting and entertaining manner whether you are a parent with young children or a college professor looking to gain insight into the historical activities of Philadelphia. Join us as we see Independence Hall Declaration House Franklin Court the Betsy Ross House
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Private Philadelphia and Amish Country Day Trip from New York
"You will be met in the morning by your own private driver-guide and vehicle at the New York City location of your choice.  Together you will travel to Philadelphia Pennsylvania.  There you will explore the historic Independence Mall with Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell.  You will stroll through America’s oldest neighborhood Elfreth Ally with its cobbled street and Georgian and Federal-style houses.  You will pass by Betsy Ross’s House-birthplace of the American flag; the original President’s House; Christ Church’s Burial Ground with the graves of some of America’s earliest prominent leaders; the First Bank of the United State and more.  Lunch will be had at the bustling Reading Terminal Market
From $899.00

Phillies Baseball Tips (6)

Rowdy fans . . .

Yeah, there's great dining, art and culture in Philadelphia, but there's no doubt that this is one of America's premiere blue-collar sports towns. In a typical American city these days, it's tough to...
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Jan 21, 2004

Sporting Event Venues

Football and Soccer - Lincoln Financial Field www.lincolnfinancialfield.comBaseball - Citizens Bank Park www.phillies.comCamden Riversharks (if you're desperate to waxth a game and the phillies are...
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xstacey
Aug 21, 2006

Phillies Baseball at Citizens Bank Park

Citizens Bank Park, home of the Philadelphia Phillies, holds about 44,000 spectators. The stadium was completed in 2004, and it lies next to The Wachovia Center and Lincoln Financial Field south of...
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Ewingjr98
Jun 02, 2009

Phillies Baseball

The Philadelphia Phillies play at brand new CItizens Bank Park. This new stadium replaces the old Veterans Stadium. The Phillies are a member of the National League.Phillies games are an enjoyable...
grkboiler
May 01, 2004

Meet a former Phillies "great"

If you take a trip to Citizens Bank Park make sure to stop by Bull's BBQ and meet Greg "The Bull" Luzinski. You can buy a photo or baseball to get autographed. We had him sign our ticket stub for...
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MLW20
Aug 17, 2006

Tips on Seeing the Phillies

After being the laughing stock of the National League for decades, after performing one of the most infamous collapses in baseball history (don't say '1964' to a Phillies fan), after winning fewer...
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City Hall

We toured City Hall the largest and tallest City Hall in the United States. The tower reaches 548’ to the top of William Penn’s statue. The bronze statue of the founder of Philadelphia and all of...
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Masonic Temple

People are sometimes suspicious about masons probably because their ceremonies are closed to non members. By the way, many of the American revolution leaders were masons. The truth is that I never...
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Reading Terminal Market

The Reading Terminal Market opened in 1892. The street-​level Market reverberated with the sound of trains rumbling overhead. The stalls were laid out in a grid pattern with twelve aisles running...
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Historical Society of Pennsylvania

The Historical Society of Pennsylvania was founded in 1824 and moved to this current location in 1884. This is not a museum. It is a library with more than 21 million items in their collections. The...
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St. Mark's Episcopal Church

The church was designed by English architect Richard Cromwell Carpenter and built by John Notman in the Gothic Revival style between 1847 and 1849. The tower was designed by Notman, but completed in...
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Rittenhouse Square

Rittenhouse Square is one of five squares planned by William Penn and was constructed in 1683. In 1825, the square was named in honor of Philadelphian David Rittenhouse who was an astronomer, clock...
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