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18 Sep2019

2019 Fall Summit Tours and Special Events

Wednesday, September 18

12:00 pm-4:00 pm: Charlie King Cycling Classic
See the sights and diverse neighborhoods of Philadelphia on this guided four-hour tour. You'll learn about the history, culture and current events of Philadelphia during numerous, informative stops. There will be a break for refreshments with a range of food and drink options, and your guide will make sure all your questions about Philadelphia are answered. Overall, you'll cover about 10 miles at a relaxed pace. Bikes, helmets and water bottles included! 
Price: $70

7:30 pm-10:30 pm: Dine-Around (first come, first served)
Join CORFAC colleagues for a dinner out. The dine around restaurant is located within walking distance of the host hotel. Attendees will pay for their individual meal at the time of the dinner. Available on a first-come, first-served basis. Meet in the hotel lobby at 7:15. The first 10 attendees in the lobby will receive a seat at the restaurant. No advanced sign up is available.
Price: No registration fee required -- guest will pay for their own meal at the dinner.

Thursday, September 19

11:30 am-1:30 pm: Walking Tour of Old Town Philadelphia
Since Philadelphia is best seen by foot, this walking tour is the best way to explore America’s birthplace. This tour provides a primary overview of the Independence National Historical Park area and visits more than 20 of the most historic sites in America’s birthplace, including Independence Hall, The Liberty Bell and the Betsy Ross House.
Price: $30

7:30 pm-10:30 pm: Dinner and Drinks at Carpenters' Hall 
Built in 1770, Carpenters' Hall has a long history as a meeting place and has been the home to numerous tenants in the arts, sciences and commerce. In 1774, the First Continental Congress convened here and addressed a declaration of rights to King George III. Today, the hall is still the headquarters of the Carpenters’ Guild and houses original artifacts. Join fellow CORFAC members to socialize in this historic setting for dinner and drinks. A professional guide will be offering tours of the hall and surrounding historic landmarks. This is a ticketed, off-site event. 
Price: $100 (Includes transportation, dinner, drinks and optional guided tour of surrounding landmarks)

Friday, September 20

10:00 am-2:30 pm: Franklin Institute Museum Visit
The Franklin Institute was founded in 1824 by Benjamin Franklin. This large museum showcases many of Franklin’s own inventions along with countless technological and scientific advances through history with interactive exhibits that are interesting and educational. It is a venue for temporary blockbuster science exhibits, a planetarium, IMAX Theater and great permanent features. Lunch will be at a local Philadelphia favorite. Guests will pay for their portion of the meal. 
Price: $25

Saturday, September 21

10:00 am-2:00 pm: National Constitution Center Museum Tour
The National Constitution Center is the first and only museum dedicated to the U.S. Constitution. Through must-see exhibits and engaging educational resources, they inspire active citizenship and bring the Constitution to life for visitors of all ages. Explore over 100 multimedia elements and discover for yourself why the U.S. Constitution is as important today as it was over 200 years ago. Lunch will be at a local Philadelphia favorite. Guests will pay for their portion of the meal. 
Price: $20

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