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Philadelphia Hop-On Hop-Off City Tour
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Philadelphia Hop-On Hop-Off City Tour

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This Philadelphia hop-on hop-off bus tour allows you to visit all of the landmarks in the City of Brotherly Love at your own pace. Choose from a 1-, 2-, or 3-day pass, and hop off (and back on) to explore more independently whenever you like. The stops include Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, among other must-sees, and you learn about highlights from onboard guide commentary.
US$22.50 per adult
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Katherine K wrote a review 17 Jan
Little Egg Harbor, New Jersey220 contributions132 helpful votes
After an hour wait we got into the building. I was taken aside and wanded a few times and asked to show my ankles. The history was interesting, moving even, but now is not a good time to visit.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Lorissa W. wrote a review Nov 2020
Tampa, Florida52 contributions70 helpful votes
Walk around to the end with the large window. You can see the bell very clearly and avoid the long lines to view it.
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Date of experience: November 2020
2 Helpful votes
CindyLou5594 wrote a review Oct 2020
Upper Sandusky, Ohio19 contributions3 helpful votes
Many interesting facts presented about the liberty bell along the way to the actual bell. We had to wait a long time in a line outside to get in the building due to COVID. Worth the wait to stand with the bell.
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Date of experience: October 2020
Katie M wrote a review Oct 2020
Murfreesboro, Tennessee14 contributions2 helpful votes
I understand why they protect the Liberty Bell but..... It’s to protective of the Bell. And the line that me and my family stood in was unbelievable it took at least 30-40 minutes to see the Liberty Bell. And we only stayed in there for like 10-20 minutes because we were just wanting to see the bell not the posters or whatever. And it was a great visit to the Liberty Bell.
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Date of experience: October 2020
Studio9 wrote a review Oct 2020
Las Vegas, NV129 contributions60 helpful votes
An important part of a visit to Philadelphia, viewing the Liberty Bell is a moving experience for anyone that loves America and American history. Free to see, worth a wait in line if you have time, easy to take a picture of from the outside if the lines are too long. Occupancy is very limited due to COVID and social distancing requirements. We walked by the center several times during our 4 day visit to the city; always long lines on the weekend, no line on a Tuesday afternoon. All visitors must pass through a standing metal detector, and all bags are x-rayed just inside the entrance. Along with more major no-no's, pocket knives of any size are not allowed inside, so draw straws to leave one person of your party outside with anything that would trip an alarm. Lots of interesting pictures and historical information on display boards inside; about 10-15 minute experience to adsorb everything. Don't miss this!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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