Companion Tour

Tuesday, September 27, 2005
8:30 am - 4:00 pm

Participants will depart from the hotel at approximately 8:30 AM for a tour of Philadelphia’s Historic sites including Independence Hall where the Declaration of Independence was debated and signed, Congress Hall where Congress met when Philadelphia was the nation’s capital, the Liberty Bell Center which houses the worldwide symbol of freedom, and the brand new National Constitution Center, which is described as the world’s first museum devoted to honoring and explaining the US Constitution. Participants will feel like they have stepped back in time as they lunch at City Tavern; a reconstruction of the tavern that stood in this location as long ago as 1773 and served as an unofficial meeting place for famous Philadelphians like Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson. Participants will be returned to the hotel by 4:00 PM.

Wednesday, September 28, 2005
8:30 am - 4:30 pm

The group will again depart at approximately 8:30 AM. Leaving behind the hustle and bustle of the city, we will head to Pennsylvania’s beautiful Chester County for a day in the country. Our first destination will be Longwood Gardens where we will enjoy a private tour of this magnificent horticultural showplace that was once the Pierre S. du Pont estate. We will dine at Longwood’s very own Terrace Restaurant before proceeding to the Brandywine River Museum for a guided tour of their collection of American art including works by three generations of Wyeths. We will return to the hotel by approximately 4:30 PM.

Tuesday: $150 – Advance; $200 – On-site.
Wednesday: $150 – Advance; $200 – On-site.
Tuesday and Wednesday: $250 – Advance; $350 – On-site.

PLEASE NOTE:
Buses will depart from the Marriott Hotel.

Companion Tour sponsorships are available.
Please contact Ann Bell (abell@imaps.org), for details.

 

 

 

 

 

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