City of Philadelphia Private Driving Tour

  • 4-8 Hours
  • Driving Tour
  • Max Guests: 6
  • Private Tour
  • Daily

City of Philadelphia Private Driving Tour Details

Half-Day 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, or seeing the incredible and imposing Eastern State Penitentiary where Al Capone was once held.

Full-Day Tour

A full-day tour gives you the chance to explore all of the Must-See spots of Philadelphia to their fullest: go inside The Museum of American Revolution with a ticket that’s included, grab lunch at Reading Terminal Market and take the time to shop its incredible selection of products and food, do a cheesesteak taste-test at a different spots around the city, walk through the Italian Market, learn about the beauty of the Philadelphia Mural Arts Program, or head down to South Philly to see Lincoln Financial Field, Citizen’s Bank Park, and the Navy Yards. Your wish is our command!

Price Includes

Price Excludes

  • Local English-speaking guide
  • Private Transportation
  • Souvenirs
  • Guide gratuity
  • Additional food & drink


Independence Hall

Your private Philadelphia driving tour can include an Independence Hall tour, with tickets arranged in advance. Your tour guide can drop you off at this historic site, where you’ll see the very place where the Declaration of Independence was signed!

Independence Mall

Independence Mall is home to the National Constitution Center, Independence Visitors Center, and many historic buildings of Independence National Historical Park. Your tour can include a stop for a walk around the Mall to enjoy its most significant sites linked to America’s independence.

Congress Hall

The original home for the United States Congress, this building is one of the adjoining buildings of Independence Hall.

Old City Hall

On your American Revolution tour segment of the park, you’ll hear stories about this magnificent building, its role in building modern-day democracy, and the founding members and philosophies of our country.

Liberty Bell Center

Learn about the history (and dispel some of the myths!) of the Liberty Bell and how it has been used over the years – inspiring everyone from abolitionists, to suffragettes, to the civil rights movement.

Carpenters Hall

We’ll see the iconic Carpenters Hall – where the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania was founded. This location also holds immense importance to American Independence, as it was where the first Continental Congress was held. You’ll hear plenty of stories about this cornerstone of American history as we admire the building from the outside.

Museum of American Revolution

This Philadelphia museum offers an incredible look at the stories, artifacts, and people that shaped the American Revolution. We can arrange tickets to go inside to see a presentation of George Washington’s War Tent – which was present during many critical moments during the American Revolutionary War.

Elfreth’s Alley

As the oldest continuously-occupied residential street in the entire United States, this street is a gorgeous vision of history, and its architecture dates back to the early 1700s. You and your party can opt to disembark our private tour vehicle to walk down this street featuring unique brick work, narrow homes, and fascinating stories.

The Signer

We can pass by or enjoy a walk through Signer’s Garden, home of the statue of The Signer. This statue celebrates and represents all of the signers of the Declaration of Independence and US Constitution and the spirit of freedom that they continue to embody into modern day!

South Street

We’ll take a ride along South Street, one of the most vibrant and eclectic neighborhoods of Philadelphia. From here, we can drive or walk through the surrounding neighborhoods, weaving through hidden alleys that are home to quaint homes and incredible public art.

Community Impact

We support Independence National Historical Park and its landmarks through a per-guest donation.

This private tour has the option to highlight the diverse food scene fueled by our immigrant community.

Guests are educated on the important cultural and economic role of such sites like the 9th Street Italian Market in the Bella Vista neighborhood.

We feature Philadelphia’s unique public art scene – from its massive murals to local artisan shops – and discuss how it has brought communities together and inspired positive change throughout the city.


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