Walking around old city and Spruce Park
Full American Breakfast on the Mezzanine.
This morning we will depart for Old City for a visit to Elfreths Alley, Betsy Ross house and Franklin Court. Franklin Court was the site of the handsome brick home of Benjamin Franklin, who lived here while serving in the Continental Congress and the Constitutional Convention. Franklin died here in 1790; the house was torn down about 20 years later. Today the site contains a steel "ghost structure" outlining the spot where Franklin's house stood and features the Benjamin Franklin Museum. The Franklin Court complex also includes a working reproduction of an 18th century printing office, an architectural/archeological exhibit, and an operating post office.
A boxed lunch will be provided to enjoy at the Spruce Street River Park.
After lunch you have time to enjoy the Spruce Street River Park. Named one of the best places to visit in Philadelphia by national press, Spruce Street Harbor Park sustained by Univest features colorful hammocks, floating gardens, beautiful lights, refreshing craft beer, and food from popular Philly restaurants, making it a summer gathering space for locals and visitors alike.
Provided at a local restaurant.
Free evening to enjoy with your grandchildren.