Often referred to as the “City of Firsts,” what began in New York only to be realized in Washington DC traces its origins to Philadelphia. There is more to this city than the sites in arguably the most historic square mile in America.
Much like Washington, there is much more to explore beyond Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell pavilion. Lunch at the oldest farmers market in the country? Interested in hearing the largest playing pipe organ in the world – in a department store? Perhaps a tour afterwards of the largest municipal building in the country, or maybe the oldest museum of fine arts as well? And that’s only seven blocks west of where they signed the Declaration!
You get the idea. As we say, we’ll show you everything else..