By Joanna Allen at Allen Batista Travel, Inc.
In the 20th century, Philadelphia's neighborhoods kept growing and gentrifying. The city’s history attracts a lot of tourists and the Independence Mall alone receives more than five million visitors each year. If you plan your trip to Philadelphia, you'll be able to fill your days with incredible activities that won't cost you anything more than the cost of transportation from one to the next.
You'll be astonished by how many free activities there are in Philadelphia. Whatever your interests, whether it is perusing modern art or exhibits at museums, taking selfies in front of famous monuments for social media, or just spending some time outside while staying in the inner city, Philadelphia has it all for free.
Allen Batista Travel offers two great walking tours (in-person and virtual)– Philadelphia Independence Mall and the Philadelphia Ghost Tour – to give first time and repeat visitors to the city an insider’s view and lesser known secrets.
The Best Activities In Philadelphia
Philadelphia is a city with a lengthy and intriguing history, amazing art in public areas and galleries, and wonderful parks. Additionally, if you go to the appropriate sites, you won't have to pay for anything.
Why You Should Take A Walking Tour Of Philadelphia's Independence Mall?
The phrase "America's Most Historic Square Mile" refers to the three-block area of Independence Mall that is surrounded by Chestnut, Race, 5th, and 6th Streets and is located south of the National Constitution Center and immediately north of Independence Hall.
Independence Mall is the only enclosed retail area in Wilmington, North Carolina (previously Westfield Shoppingtown Independence or Westfield Independence). The mall currently contains a food court instead of a carousel. Independence Mall offers public programming, special events, and free expression.
Educate Yourself With Strange Information
The in person or virtual Philadelphia Independence Mall Walking Tour leads you around the site of the founding of the United States of America while educating you with interesting information, amusing tales, and odd facts. Tour guides focus on the intriguing and amusing stories of the men and women who, decades ago, contributed to the development of Philadelphia. On this enjoyable tour, they will take you to historic Philadelphia to learn about the city's early history.
On this journey, a number of well-known individuals—including George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Ben Franklin, and Alexander Hamilton—as well as the places where they created history are highlighted. There has never been a greater opportunity for you to learn about US history, and they guarantee that you'll have fun doing it.
Philadelphia Is A Haunted City, But Why?
Philadelphia is without a doubt a haunted city with a long tradition of gruesome stories. Old brick structures and narrow lanes hide a sordid past of horrific mishaps, unsolved murders, and paranormal experiences. You may still see the spirits of Betsy Ross, Edgar Allan Poe, and Alexander Hamilton walking the cobblestone streets. These well-known people contributed to shaping the nation to which we now belong, but they paid the ultimate price by leading a lost, hopeless life of city roaming.
Professionals give you a tour of Philadelphia's Old City, which has some of the oldest and spookiest buildings, streets, and monuments in the nation. They have investigated historical documents and research for each of the stops on this tour to seek proof of hauntings and spirits in an attempt to provide you with the most accurate and up-to-date information on Philadelphia's haunted history and present.
In Person or Virtual Philadelphia Ghost Tour Will Be Made Available To You For A Variety Of Reasons
If you start talking about America's most haunted cities, Philadelphia will come up quickly. Philadelphian culture has been impacted by ghosts and haunting stories for hundreds of years.
The in person or virtual Philadelphia Ghost Tour has had a long-standing interest in going to Philadelphia. Because Allen Batista Travel, Inc is a ghost tour company that concentrates on the history of the hauntings, they conduct ghost tours in Philadelphia.
The tour guides put a lot of effort into designing Philadelphia's most unique Ghost Tours. Consider yourself uninterested in going on a ghost tour. WRONG! Whether you're a believer, skeptic, or somewhere in between, you'll enjoy hearing about their paranormal encounters. While you're here, are you looking for fun things to do? Why are ghost excursions renowned across the globe? People just like you love to hang out with our guides for a spooky night of entertainment.
You'll be offered by the best adult-only and family-friendly ghost tours in Philadelphia. Are the kids present? Maybe you'd prefer a tour designed exclusively for adults. Everything is ours.
Make The Most Of The Greatest Walking Tour
The greatest way to learn new knowledge or uncover hidden history is sometimes to do your own research. Benefit from the flexibility of the Philadelphia Independence Mall Walking Tours, which let you choose when and how to see well-known sights and important historical locations. These guided tours are an excellent way to discover surprises while learning intriguing things about Philadelphia. They are excellent for solo or small-group excursions.
Explore Philadelphia's historic streets while retracing Benjamin Franklin's walk. With intriguing facts about Benjamin Franklin, Philadelphia's colonial history, the American Revolution, and the US Constitution, your tour guide on your in person or virtual Philadelphia Independence Mall Walking Tour and Philadelphia Ghost Tour will educate you about the most prominent and historic locations in Philadelphia. Each tour is led by a knowledgeable, skilled local guide. You will also hear first-hand accounts from those who have witnessed the paranormal, possibly even the tour guide or a visitor's terrifying encounter!
In order to explain the inexplicable, the travel services offer authentic experiences. The historical reports of hauntings and the precise recreations of those incidents serve as the foundation for the Philadelphia ghost tour.