A student tour to the birthplace of our nation, any Philadelphia Student Tours will create an experience for students grounded in American history, starting with a visit to the iconic Liberty Bell, the city where the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution were created.  Philadelphia is the cradle of American democracy, highlighted by Independence Hall.

Walk along the quaint streets of Philadelphia, the 2nd Capital of the US, to learn of William Penn’s vision for his City of Brotherly Love which brought about the Holy Experiment of religious freedom, make the pilgrimage to Independence Hall where our Charters of Freedom -the Declaration of Independence and US Constitution was written and debated, learn the true significance of the Liberty Bell, and be on the lookout for Dr. Franklin at his home and office.

Student groups can explore Independence Hall, where the Declaration of Independence was first issued, and explore the history of the Freedom Trail. Musicians can delve into the art of great American Jazz artists, John Coltrane and Dizzy Gillespie while exploring the city of brotherly love. Philadelphia also offers side trips to historic Amish country; and if there’s still time, take your students to nearby Hershey for a chocolate treat, or combine with one of Bi-Partisan Tour Company’s incredible Washington DC student tours.

Regardless, student trips to Philadelphia from Bi-Partisan Tour Company are ideal for schools that are interested in connecting students to American history, innovation, performing arts, science, technology, and fun! Works directly with schools and educators to custom design curriculum and standards-based educational student travel programs that reflect teaching plans and objectives.

  • Independence National Historic Park contains a wealth of early American history, student groups can spend hours exploring and taking tours of the numerous sites within this national park.
  • The National Constitution Center is home to thousands of exhibits dedicated to our nation’s governing document, it is the most interactive museum during any student tour of Philadelphia, where the “We the People” exhibit takes precedence in the creation of the US Constitution and its history.
  • Betsy Ross’s iconic story involved more than just a flag. Learn about Revolutionary America through exploring her home and it’s amazing artifacts.
  • At one the nation’s largest museums, the Philadelphia Museum of Art allows students to take pleasure in perusing art by Van Gogh and Salvador Dali,
  • The Franklin Institute of Science has many fine exhibits and programs available for student tours..
  • The Eastern State Penitentiary is an incredible relic of Pennsylvania’s past, once one of the most famous and expensive prisons in America as the world’s first penitentiary.
  • Taking time to tour the US Mint and actually see money being made while learning the importance of our financial system.
  • This 3,600-acre park was home to hundreds of heroes from the Continental Army during an epic winter. Find out how General Washington transformed a rag tag militia of men into the fighting machine that would inspire independence and a new nation.