Philadelphia might be most famously known as the birthplace of American democracy, but you'll find it's an ideal destination for your group to discovery as your group members explore its colorful neighborhoods, learn more about its rich history and delve into its spectacular sights and attractions.
With moving places like the Liberty Bell Center and Independence Hall, a group tour to Philadelphia is full of history. But the Philadelphia Museum of Art and The Barnes Foundation make artistic achievement another notable characteristic of city's vibrant cultural scene .
Groups will find a wealth of cultural riches can be found in Philadelphia and its surrounding areas, including restored historical homes, botanical gardens, the United States’ first zoo and three centuries worth of architectural masterpieces.
Choose Philadelphia as your next group destination and see how the city is filled with museums, cultural centers and performing arts venues, as well as numerous locations celebrating Philadelphia’s rich heritage and modern style. Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs.
Last U.S. Stop on the Current Tour!
Experience the life and treasures of the world’s most famous pharaoh as the "Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs" exhibition makes its final U.S. appearance of the current tour at The Franklin Institute Science Museum. The exhibit, which includes 50 major artifacts that were discovered in Tut’s tomb.