It is a tradition to light up the summer sky, either by setting off fireworks or not reading the directions on the camp stove. Set the summer ablaze with this Groupon.
Choose between Two Options
- $55 for one ticket for the July 6th fireworks cruise (a $110 value)
- $200 for four tickets for the July 6th fireworks cruise (a $440 value)
Passengers board the M/V Freedom, a double-decker, air-conditioned sightseeing boat that departs from Camden at 8 p.m. and from Penn's Landing at 8:15 p.m. The vessel then tours the Delaware River for approximately 90 minutes, before it pauses at an ideal spot to watch the fireworks. During the cruise, an abundant cold buffet sates hunger with a large spread of fresh fruit and cheese plates, hummus and vegetable spreads, kid-friendly bites, pies, and decadent desserts. The cruise also includes non-alcoholic drinks. The entire excursion lasts 2.5–3 hours.
Just south of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge, the Delaware River bustles with activity. On its western shore lies Philadelphia's waterfront, with destinations such as Penn's Landing. To the east is Camden, which holds its own against the Pennsylvania capital with attractions such as Adventure Aquarium, where Aquaman moonlights as a jellyfish. But perhaps the area's biggest draw is the meeting place between these two locales: the Delaware River itself.
RiverLink Ferry's two-story sightseeing vessel, the M/V Freedom, traverses these waters for sightseeing tours of the waterfront's architecture or fall foliage. The ferry serves a practical purpose as well; it regularly travels point-to-point between Philadelphia and Camden, so commuters can move between the two cities with ease.
84% of 31 customers recommend
“Beautiful day out on the Delaware. The narrator gave lots of interesting facts and information on this tour. I learned a lot. Great boat ride!”
“Loved it! Staff was nice and the info given was interesting and humorous. ”
“It was a very nice trip on the Delaware between the Benjamin Franklin and Walt Whitman bridges with narrative of all the sights viewed on both sides of the river....”
“It was a very nice trip on the Delaware between the Benjamin Franklin and Walt Whitman bridges with narrative of all the sights viewed on both sides of the river. Boarded on New Jersey side at Wiggins Park and picked up additional passengers on the Philadelphia side at Penns Landing. Gives nice views of the Battleship New Jersey and the SS United States. Very pleasant evening breeze on the river to watch the fireworks, good food, soft drinks, snacks and desserts. Very nice and friendly crew. Would highly recommend to others.”