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Philadelphia Prohibition Tour

Product ID: 137414
Al Capone and 1920’s speakeasies highlight this history and drinks educational off-the-beaten-path tour. Enjoy a 60 minute sightseeing tour of colonial brew sites, gangsters and moonshining, followed by 2-hours of bar hopping with drinks and food.
About this activity
Duration: 3 hours
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  • Tasty food and beverage samples included
  • Knowledgeable History Professor guide
  • Interesting sightseeing
Full description
Al Capone, Ben Franklin’s brewing recipes, and 1920’s speakeasies highlight this history and off the beaten path drinks education tour.  You will embark on a 60 minute outdoor historical sightseeing of colonial brew sites, gangster, moonshining, and alcohol histories.
This will be followed by an additional 2-hour bar hopping session (lightly narrated) over drinks, food, and friends. Includes: 3 bars, 1 or more drinks, snacks, drink and prize giveaways, and trivia. Every guide is a college graduate, and most are college professors and history degree holders.

Your tour begins outside the Market Street doors of the Independence Visitor Center, 599 Market Street Philadelphia Pa 19106. Please arrive 10 minutes early for check-in with your guide. There is a secure 24-hour lot located on site for parking.
  • Two or more beverages and light snack
What’s Not Included
  • Gratuity, dinner and additional beverages available at additional cost

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Meeting point

Independence Visitor Center, "outside" the Market Street doors. 599 Market Street. Philadelphia Pa 19106.

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What to bring
  • Passport or ID card
Know before you go
Tour runs rain or shine. Must have 5 participants to run.