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Philadelphia By Night Tour

1. Philadelphia By Night Tour

The 1.5-hour Philly By Night Double-Decker Bus Tour provides you with a different perspective of Philadelphia, with all the city’s attractions illuminated under a starry night sky. This is not a hop-on hop-off bus tour but does stop so you have the opportunity to climb the Rocky Steps at the Art Museum and take a photo of Philadelphia's sparkling skyline. Enjoy tour narration by a friendly and knowledgeable Philadelphia tour guide. Once you board the bus you’ll take in top sights including South Street, the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Chinatown, the Avenue of the Arts, the Ben Franklin Parkway and the Philadelphia Art Museum.

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What people are saying about Philadelphia Museum of Art

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 230 reviews

Guide was great.

Getting tickets was painful. You have the technology to do better. Use it. Please. The tour itself was better than I expected, due to the guide, who made it interesting. Stops around art museum too long. There’s more to Philly than Rocky. I was in town for a conference with 2 grown daughters. You give no options for that answer.

Our guide was fantastic. I loved the stops especially the Rocky steps, the history lesson, and the length of the tour.

Getting to Know Philly

If you've never been to Philadelphia, and just want a quick tour around the city, then this is for you.

Evelyn was a knowledgeable and entertaining guide and Darryl was a safe and careful driver.

We loved Bob!! He was fabulous even in the rain!!

Bob was fantastic!!! Thank you for the passion you put in your job!!