Philadelphia is brimming with historical significance, cultural experiences, and fabulous dining. You can visit the famous Philadelphia Museum of Art, which has an amazing art collection and the impressive stairs where Sylvester Stallone did his victory run in the classic movie Rocky. This city is also undergoing a culinary revolution, with top chefs opening innovative restaurants all over town. The city of brotherly love is less than two hours away from our bustling metropolis.
To top it off, after renovations, the Pennsylvania Convention Center now holds the largest ballroom and exhibit space on the East Coast. Its one million square foot facility has endless possibilities for events and meetings. To plan a program in this or any of Philadelphia's incredible venues, call us today!
Tours & Activities
Explore America’s Most Historic Square Mile
Discover the city where American Independence was born! Your group will visit incredible sites of American history, including the interior of Independence Hall, Benjamin Franklin’s Grave, the Liberty Bell, Congress Hall, and the Constitution Center. Plus, you will see the first stock exchange, the first post office, and the original US Mint. This highlights tour is not to be missed!
Taste of Philadelphia
Philly is a burgeoning mecca for ‘foodies’ around the nation. With celebrity chefs and homegrown favorites, anyone would enjoy tasting their way through this city! This tour will include local culinary destinations such as the Italian Market, cheesesteak rivals Pat’s and Geno’s, Pretzel Factory, Shane’s Chocolate, and the sprawling goods of Reading Terminal Market.
The Arts and Architecture of the City of Brotherly Love
This tour will cover some of the highlights of the Philadelphia art scene. Your group will be blown away by the juxtaposition of classical and modern street art that is abundant in this historical city. From the Mural Arts that brighten neighborhoods to the priceless masterpieces at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, everyone will walk away with a heightened appreciation for this creative city.
One of Philly’s most picturesque features is its waterfront setting. Historically a major port city, Philadelphia’s waterways continue to contribute to its cultural prowess. This tour will cover some of the most exciting aquatic sites in the city of brotherly love, including The Battleship New Jersey, the Olympia, and the beauties of Boathouse Row. As an enhancement, the group can cross the seas to the Camden Aquarium!
The Union League
The Union League, which occupies an entire city block in the center of Philadelphia’s commercial and cultural district, is a shining jewel of history in a city defined by such treasure. Founded in 1862 as a patriotic society to support the policies of President Abraham Lincoln, The Union League has hosted U.S. presidents, heads of state, industrialists, entertainers and visiting dignitaries from around the globe. With more than 10 private rooms, it’s a great venue for any group.
Enjoy private club life at the top of the town. The Pyramid Club specializes in outstanding cuisine, personalized service, superb meeting and dining facilities and state-of-the-art technology. The Club is finished with cherry woodwork, rich carpeting, marble flooring, 20-foot-tall windows and handsome furnishings providing an elegant setting and breathtaking views. Its breathtaking view overlooks local landmarks such as City Hall, The Pennsylvania Convention Center, the Ben Franklin Bridge, The Philadelphia Museum of Art and both the Delaware and Schuylkill Rivers.
R2LOne of Philadelphia's most dramatic dining rooms, R2L sits 500 feet above the city on the 37th floor of Two Liberty Place. With an eye to the future, chef Daniel Stern takes traditional American flavors and brings them up-to-date with a modern twist resulting in his unique interpretation of creative American cuisine. Featuring breathtaking wall-to-wall unobstructed panoramic views that span over 40 miles, R2L will be home to some of the most spectacular events this season.
Davio’sDavio’s, with its “Northern Italian Steakhouse” cuisine, brings a deliciously unique flair to a city famous worldwide for its Italian restaurants. Situated in the historic Provident Bank Building in Center City Philadelphia, Davio’s offers diners the complete upscale dining experience - exquisite food, expertly prepared and presented in a grandly historic ambience. Groups will enjoy a prime steak or cutting-edge northern Italian cuisine, paired with an award-winning wine list.