If you find yourself in the City of Brotherly Love, there are many sights to be seen. Philadelphia is home to the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, a city-wide mural arts program that will knock your socks off, America’s first public zoo. But that’s not all: There are also many drinks to be drunk, especially if what you’re after answers to the name of Bourbon, Whiskey, or Scotch. Enter the self-guided Philadelphia Whiskey Crawl and Walking Tour. This tour borders on epic, and completely levels what, in most circles, is considered a socially acceptable amount of liquor to consume. Sight-seeing will take on a novel excitement not previously experienced. You’ll want to drink water. You will be hung over.
Follow this list from beginning to end, and it will take you from South Philadelphia, to Center City, Old City, and Society Hill. Cheers!
Stateside (1536 E Passyunk Ave) Termini Bros. Bakery (1523 S 8th St) Pat's King of Steaks (1237 E Passyunk Ave) Geno's (1219 S 9th St) Ashton Cigar Bar (1522 Walnut St) Rittenhouse Square (18th and Walnut St) The Library Bar (210 West Rittenhouse Square) Franklin Mortgage & Investment Co. (112 S 18th St) Liberty Bell (525 Market St) Red Owl Tavern (433 Chestnut St) Christ Church (5th and Arch St/burial ground; 20 N American St/church) The Prime Stache (110 Chestnut St) Headhouse Square (200 Pine St) Twisted Tail (509 S 2nd St)