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My 11-year-old son and I planned a Sunday 1-day trip to visit several locations starting at 10am - 5pm, and the Go Philadelphia All-Inclusive Pass was very convenient and no hassle. We parked where we were going to finish the day and walked to all locations, except an Uber from Mutter to American Revolution Museum: 1) Philadelphia Art Museum (10-11:30am) - excellent; could have spent 2-3 hours on the 3rd floor alone, but had to move on to get to other attractions; we are not huge fans of art, but the armor, paintings, sculptures, and woodwork kept our interest the entire time 2) East State Penitentiary (11:45-1:15pm) - great; very interesting and spent 1.5 hours there when we only planned for 45 minutes. 3) Mutter Museum (2-3pm) - great; many specimens and so much content considering the smaller size of the building 4) American Revolution Museum (3:15-5pm) - great; walk through history that led up to the Revolution, the different battles, and many details from that time period.

Very interesting museum, especially if you are a history buff like me. The tent reveal was cool, if a little overblown. Well worth a few hours.

Interesting history with some thoughtful, progressive exhibits. Took my 12-year old son and it prompted some good public policy conversations.

It was amazing. Brought us both to tears and reminded us of what true Presidential Leadership really means. A must visit in Philadelphia

Incredible. Had a lot of fun visiting the attractions - it was very easy to use the pass.