‘76 Carriage Company
Carriage tours of Historic Philadelphia from the venerable Philadelphia Trolley Works
Your carriage awaits! Sit back, relax and experience Philadelphia’s historical and popular attractions aboard one of the Philadelphia Trolley Works’ stylish coaches.
Journey back in time on an enchanting carriage ride through the tree-lined streets of Philadelphia’s Independence National Historic Park, Society Hill and Old City. Your personal guide will expertly navigate your carriage through Historic Philadelphia, spinning tales of our Founding Fathers and the city that hosted them in 1776.
‘76 Carriage Company’s stately draft horses and certified drivers make the tours a family favorite by day and a perfect way to enhance a romantic evening. Be sure to look for the “76 Carriage Company” logo while touring Historic Philadelphia.
Buy Tickets In Advance
Tickets for the ’76 Carriage Company’s tours can be purchased in person at the Independence Visitor Center or online in advance of your trip using the button below.
Other Tours from Philadelphia Trolley Works
Big Bus Tours
Ride high in a double-decker bus as you view sites from Historic Philadelphia to Fairmount Park. Hop on and off at any of the 20 stops or just sit back and enjoy the ride!
Step aboard one of Trolley Works’ signature burgundy and green Victorian-style “open-air” trolleys for a delightful tour of the town. Your 24-hour or 48 hour pass will give you the freedom of unlimited on-and-off privileges between 20 stops throughout the city.
Philly By Night
Take an after-hours approach to your Philadelphia experience with this bus tour of South Street, Chinatown, the Liberty Bell and more.
Franklin’s Footsteps Colonial Walking Tour
This guided walking tour retraces the footsteps of Benjamin Franklin and his fellow patriots during the founding of our nation. Highlights include Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell and Carpenter’s Hall.
In the neighborhood
Museums & Attractions
525 Arch Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19106
- The President’s House: Freedom and Slavery in the Making of a New Nation
- Mikveh Israel Congregation and Cemetery
- The Philadelphia Contributionship
- Franklin Square
- Stratus Lounge
- Mechanics’ National Bank
- Independence Seaport Museum
- Tin Angel
- Merchant’s Exchange
- View more attractions
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