The Philadelphia’s Historic District Pass makes the must-dos in Philly’s original city even easier — and more affordable.
The Philadelphia’s Historic District Pass — $18 for adults (a 43 percent savings) and $13 for children (a 43 percent savings) — gives purchasers one-time admission to:
The pass is available online and at the Independence Visitor Center for use through December 31, 2018. Note that online purchasers must still redeem their printed e-ticket at the Independence Visitor Center.
Located on Independence Mall at 6th and Market streets, the Independence Visitor Center is the place to pick up your Philadelphia’s Historic District Pass and the perfect place to begin your visit to the area. Just a stone’s throw from some of Philadelphia’s most popular attractions, the visitor center will help you get oriented to the culture, history, shopping and dining options available throughout the Greater Philadelphia region in an environment that’s equally welcoming and convenient.
Where: Independence Visitor Center, 599 Market Street
At the only museum dedicated to the U.S. Constitution, visitors can experience Freedom Rising, a 17-minute, live theatrical production about the American quest for freedom, explore the interactive main exhibit, The Story of We the People and enjoy a Founding Fathers photo opportunity in Signers’ Hall, featuring 42 life-sized statues of the delegates who were present for the signing of the Constitution.
Where: National Constitution Center, 525 Arch Street
The Betsy Ross House tells the story of a working-class Colonial woman and a new nation’s flag. Guests tour the home and can even meet and speak with the America’s most famous flagmaker — an upholsterer by trade — as well as enjoy interactive programs, storytelling and activities.
Where: Betsy Ross House, 239 Arch Street
The historic cemetery a few blocks from Christ Church is the final resting place of Benjamin Franklin, four more signers of the Declaration of Independence, Dr. Thomas Bond and 4,000 more notable Philadelphians. This sacred spot is open — weather permitting — November through March, but many throw pennies on Franklin’s grave through the fence for good luck any time of the year.
Where: Christ Church Burial Ground, 340 N. 5th Street
The Philly PHLASH Downtown Loop is the quick, easy and inexpensive connection to key Philadelphia historic attractions and cultural institutions. Making stops from the Delaware River waterfront to Fairmount Park, the purple bus runs every 15 minutes in season. Score an all-day pass with the Philadelphia’s Historic District Pass and skip the hassle of parking at each destination. Note: The PHLASH operates seasonally, with only weekend service available in the spring and fall. Check here for the PHLASH’s 2018 schedule.
Where: Various locations including the Museum of the American Revolution, 101 S. 3rd Street
Book the Visit Philly Overnight Hotel Package for stays through September 3, 2018 and get FREE hotel parking as well as free tickets to the Museum of the American Revolution, free tickets for a ride on the Ferris wheel and roller skating at Blue Cross RiverRink Summerfest, a $25 CHeU Noodle restaurants gift card, free mini-golf and a carousel ride at Franklin Square, free passes to ride the PHLASH Downtown Loop and a $10 Lyft credit.