Walking Tours

We have arranged for special, discounted tour options in the historic district of Philadelphia.
  • Historic Philadelphia Walking Tour – Wednesday afternoon, 1-4 PM.
    • Put on your comfy walking shoes and join us with our knowledgeable guide pointing out landmarks such as the President’s House, Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Christ Church, the Betsy Ross House and more, time permitting. Philadelphia was the largest city in the colonies under British rule. These streets and landmarks tell the story of the brave men and women who were responsible for creating America. Gain insight to their daily lives!  Rain or shine. ($15/person)
  • Mütter Museum private tour – Thursday evening, 6:30 PM.
    • The Mütter Museum belongs to the College of Physicians of Philadelphia. It displays expertly preserved collections of anatomical specimens, models, and medical instruments. Among the specimens are the skeleton of the tallest man, the conjoined liver of the Siamese twins, Chang and Eng Bunker and the brain of Albert Einstein. Enjoy a private, after-hour, docent lead tour of this unusual institution. Dinner to follow at one of Philadelphia’s fine restaurants
If you are interested in one or both of these tours, please make a choice during registration and we will pass along your contact information to Dane at Philadelphia Hospitality. Alternatively, you may email Diane directly: dane@philahospitality.org. When contacting, please provide your email address, name and phone number. Katherine will contact you to arrange for payment for the tour you have selected. Dane will email to confirm that you are signed up.
You must sign up by September 30, and payment must be made to Philadelphia Hospitality by October 10. There will be a $1.50 processing fee added onto the tour charges.

                                               

Einstein’s Brain & vintage surgical instrumentation – some of the many curiosities you can find at the Mütter Museum