Philadelphia. The city of brotherly love. Philly is full of US history, a big place for American history and Revolutionary War buffs, and the former home to many famous American historical figures over time. If you have an interest in US history, Philadelphia has much to offer. With so much history to visit, how do you do it all on a budget? Explore all Philly has to offer with a budget friendly Philadelphia Explorer Pass.
By purchasing a Philadelphia Pass, you’ll have free access to over 25 Philadelphia area-based attractions. Yes, you read that right. Free access. If you sit down and do the math, a one-time fee saves you money, so instead of paying admission fees at every attraction, why not get a Philadelphia Pass?
While the city played a major role in US History, that’s not all the attractions that are available to you to visit on the Philadelphia Pass. If you choose, you can visit all the attractions on the list or just a select few. It’s all up to you!
This is one of the easiest passes to use, just buy and you are all set. There is no need to activate any cards, wait for a physical paper copy, just buy and go. The pass is delivered via email or you can download the app and save your pass data in the app. Easy as pie.
Don’t know what you’ll be doing day to day? That’s fine too. There is no need to pre-book any of your attractions. If weather is bad, you won’t have to worry about being stuck at an outdoor attraction in rain or snow. Simply just adjust your plans and find an indoor attraction. Some attractions even have fast track entry for Philadelphia Pass ticket holders.
The pass even comes with a digital guidebook that has information on hours of operation, parking, mass transit, and best times to visit. The pass is valid for as many days as you select from the first date you first scan the pass.
Top attractions on the pass include the Hop On/Hop Off Big Bus Philadelphia Tour, Eastern State Penitentiary, One Liberty Observation Deck, Adventure Aquarium, Franklin Institute Science Museum, Philadelphia Zoo, Betsy Ross House, Museum of the American Revolution, and the National Constitution Center.
Other attractions on the pass include the Italian Market Immersion Tour, Barnes Foundation, Academy of Natural Science, Battleship New Jersey, RiverLink Ferry, Ghost Tour of Philadelphia, Mutter Museum, Independence Seaport Museum, Christ Church Burial Tour, City Hall Tower and Observation Deck, National Museum of American Jewish History, Grim Philly Twilight Tours, National Liberty Museum, Longwood Gardens, African American Museum and the Rodin Museum.
Plus the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, The Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum, American Helicopter Museum and Education Center, Academy of Fine Arts, Mural Walking Tours, Brandywine River Museum of Art, Legoland Discovery Center, Franklin Footsteps, Blue Cross RiverRink, and the Independence Tour.
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