"Take a day away from Philadelphia to visit Valley Forge National Historic Park in King of Prussia PA! Depart Philly in the comfort of a private minivan reaching the park in roughly 30 minutes depending on traffic. Your tour includes a drive around Valley Forge National Historic Park where you will see regimental monuments and re-creations of the huts used by the troops who camped here. explore and take photos across the park! You’ll visit the site of George Washington’s headquarters and the Washington Memorial Chapel built in the early 1900's to commemorate this unique part of history. Throughout your drive your guide will share stories and historical information. You'll also have a chance to stop at the park's Visitor Center
"Your 2 hour private driving tour starts with a pickup from your hotel or any other location in the city. Many of the Must-See Highlights in Philadelphia can be seen in 2 hours - and the sights can either directed by you or by your guide. Your guide will spend some time understanding your interests what you want to see and will give recommendations for the tour. A tour designed to hit some of Philly's Must-See Spots may include a ride through Old City and Independence National Park a stop for a photo at the world-famous Love Park or a run up the Rocky Steps at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. These 2-hour-long tours are usually focused on driving with limited time to explore on foot. You'll be sorry to leave your guide
"Your private driving tour starts with a pickup from your hotel or any other location in the city. If you have half a day (either in 4 hours or 6 hours) you'll have time to see even more of the most iconic locations and local spots in the City of Brotherly Love - and the sights can either directed by you or by your guide. Your guide will spend some time understanding your interests what you want to see and will give recommendations for the tour. A half-day tour allows more opportunity for you to take full advantage of being on a driving tour. You'll visit all of the Must-See Spots as well as having time to explore even more famous sights and other neighborhoods - like driving through the colorful Italian Market getting out of the van to go into the Liberty Bell Exhibit
One of the places we visited in 1969 when we lived near Philadelphia was Washington Crossing and of course we had to climb the 125 foot tower that was on top of Bowman’s Hill. On a clear day, you can...