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Brewery Tour & Tasting
Learn about the brewing process, Philly's brewing history, Dock Street's 30+ year history, and some of our most memorable beer recipes (Wu Tang Clan beer, anyone?) on this unique tour of our brewing facilities at our flagship Dock Street South. During this, we'll sip-and-savor a flight of 6 fresh beers from our draft list. I will tell you about our recipes, the ingredients, and the inspiration behind our beers. You'll get a Dock Street logo pint glass to take home as a souvenir! Other things to note: - We suggest all guests are at least 21 to have the full experience (i.e., the flight of beers!) Tip/tax included but additional tips are appreciated! No refunds for cancellations with less than 24hrs notice. - Our Airbnb tours are limited to a max of 15 people on the tour, so you'll have plenty of time to hear the tour, get up close and personal with the brewery, enjoy the beers, and have fun!
Conquer the Steps: Rocky Running Tour
Join me for a 4 mile run sprinkled with Rocky and Philly stories most locals don’t even know! You’ll become a local champ weaving through the Italian Market streets of Philly with me. And we’ll cap it off with a run up the famous Art Museum Steps. In addition to being the home of the Rocky films, did you know Philly invented the Cowboy Hat and Fast Food? We explore those little known facts and hundreds more. We cover a large part of Philly with a focus on Rocky, all in just over an hour! I'll tie together the unique Philly story as we run through its Colonial Old City, South Philly, and its Commercial Center. We tap into themes like freedom, the underdog story, and many American Firsts. Philly's beautiful, flat & straight streets are full of sites - perfect for running tours! Whether you're here on vacation, business or even a local, there's no better way to learn about Philly while breaking a sweat! You'll walk away refreshed, and your expectations will be exceeded! This tour is more fulfilling than running on a hotel treadmill and better than getting lost in the city alone. You'll receive a detailed map overview (PDF) of 50 sites from our run to help you explore further! Other things to note Great for groups! No penalty if you switch dates due to weather! Pace is a light jog. All runners welcome! No one left behind. Mile updates along way. No headphones needed. Bring a camera for pictures. Ask me questions! We break as needed for pictures and water.
Philadelphia Highlights Running Tour
Join me for a 4 mile run sprinkled with stories most Philadelphians don’t even know! Rather than feeling like a tourist, you’ll become a local weaving through the streets of Philly with me. In addition to being America's first capital and Ben Franklin’s hometown, did you know Philly invented the Cowboy Hat and Fast Food? We explore those little known facts and hundreds more. Most tours focus on colonial Old City - we cover that PLUS the rest of amazing Philly, all in just over an hour! I'll tie together the unique Philly story as we run through its 5 main squares and tap into common themes like freedom, inclusion, reinvention, pop culture and many American Firsts. Philly's beautiful, flat & straight streets are full of history - perfect for running tours! Whether you're here on vacation, business or even a local, there's no better way to learn about Philly while breaking a sweat! You'll walk away refreshed, and I guarantee what you learn will exceed your expectations! This tour is more fulfilling than running on a hotel treadmill and better than getting lost in the city alone. You'll receive a detailed map overview (PDF) of 50 sites from our run to help you explore further! Other things to note Great for groups! No penalty if you switch dates due to weather! Pace is a light jog. All runners welcome! No one left behind. Mile updates along way. No headphones needed. Bring a camera for pictures. Ask me questions! We break as needed for pictures and water.
Discovering Colonial Philadelphia
Every building has a story to tell, from the materials, technology, and styles favored when it was constructed, to the people who designed, built, lived and worked there. Events of historic proportion take place in and around buildings as well. Come with me on this journey to discover all the secrets each building on our tour is waiting to tell us. We will be walking through Old City, visiting the oldest continuously inhabited residential street in the United States, and seeing the same buildings the Founding Fathers worked and worshiped in. Whether your interest is architecture, American History, visiting the places where Ben Franklin and George Washington lived and worked, or humming a tune from the Hamilton play as we experience Philadelphia as the Capitol of the United States, this tour is for you! This tour is also great for groups, teams and team building! Other things to note Bring cameras as there is much to photograph. Snacks that you like are good to have, or there are plenty of stores along the way. A hat and comfortable shoes are also a good idea to wear.
The Black Journey- Philadelphia Black History Walking Tour
The tour will commence at the Independence Visitor's Center with an introduction to the topic of Black History during the colonial period. You will hear about the role that Black Americans played in the founding of the nation. The group will continue to the President’s House and hear about the 9 enslaved people who were held there. The group will hear about Martha Washington's handmaid who ran away to escape slavery. At the next stop you will see where The Fugitive Slave Act 1793 was passed. The next stop is Congo Square where people of African descent held celebrations. It is also a potter's field where free and enslaved Africans are still buried to this day. The next stop is Mother Bethel AME Church. There is where the African Methodist Episcopal Church was established and is the oldest piece of real estate owned by people of African descent in the United States. You will hear about the liberation of a woman whose owner attempted to abduct her back into slavery and the trial of her rescuers. You will also see the traditional sites of Independence Hall, liberty bell, Congress Hall, and much more Other things to note Masks are required. We will be walking approximately 1.5 miles for the tour on uneven and cobblestoned surfaces. Please wear comfortable and sturdy footwear. We will continue the tour during light rain.

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Philly secret bars and favorite spots
This experience captures a piece of the Philly culture and is lined up so that every stop is a hop and skip away from the next. Each section of the city has 5 of our favorite bars with a secret bar or speakeasy along the tour; That even people that live in the city don’t know about. We will have a few drinks at each stop and makes some friends along the way. Look forward to having a great time with you. If you need a day outside of our calendar, message us and we can come up with an arrangement.
Taste Atlantic City through a Private Chef
Enjoy your very own private chef experience at your place! Learn the secrets hidden within each dish, and enjoy a delicious multi-course meal. Get ready to discover the taste of Atlantic City without leaving your own dining room! The chef will arrive 90 minutes before your preferred dining time in order to begin working their magic. They won't arrive empty-handed! No-no, they will show up at your doorstep equipped with every ingredient needed in order to prepare your meal. Feel free to put your apron on and cook some of the dishes with them! They’re eager to share with you the secrets behind the recipes and Atlantic City's local hidden treasures. Not in the mood? Well then lay down, relax, enjoy a few appetizers and allow them to take care of you. Eat, share, drink, laugh, and explore Atlantic City's dining scene from your own table. Oh and don’t worry about tidying up, everything will be left spotless for you to continue to enjoy! To have a closer look at the menus, send a direct message and we will send them your way! Take advantage of our group discounts! ★ 20% OFF — groups from 4 to 5 guests ★ 30% OFF — groups of +6 guests Please note that to book an experience there is a minimum of 2 guests required.
Street Art Walking Tour
In Philly, there's a whole world of street art right under your nose. But it can feel like a museum with no interpretive plaques—that's why I created this experience! Join me on a 1.5-hour guided tour and immerse yourself in the history and traditions of this unique subculture. As we traverse the beautiful Queen Village neighborhood, you'll see murals, installations, wheatpastes, stickers, graffiti, and yarnbombs, and learn about the artists who created them. By definition, street art is ephemeral, so there's always an element of improvisation to my tours! But I know all the spots along our route where art tends to accumulate. If you want to see Philly in a completely new light, this experience is for you. The most common feedback I receive is "this totally changed how I look at the city." Just read my reviews! • Great for anyone who wants to learn about a unique facet of Philly. • Corporate teams love this easygoing and interesting group experience! • Total walking distance is approximately one mile. • Unfortunately, Philly sidewalks tend to be narrow and uneven, so this experience is not ideal for users of wheelchairs, walkers, canes, etc.
It Takes Two Collaboration Paint
Come channel your inner artist while collaborating! You and partner will paint side by side to create a painting; whether you come with your boo, partner, husband or bff we can assure you a great time! Experience the pleasure of painting together. Enjoy some fun games, complementary wine, while in good company, and take your relationship to the next level. We do not discriminate between couples, so bring a friend, spouse or any significant other. I The two of you will receive your own canvas to create one masterpiece! Oh, how much fun! No art skills needed and all supplies to create (2) 11 x 14 stretched canvas to make one 11x28 masterpiece by putting your 2 canvases together to become one.
The true taste of Italy
Guests will learn to make pasta from scratch. This is authentic, Italian-style pasta! They will have an opportunity to also cut pasta by hand and see how to cut it with a machine. Guests will get to garnish their pasta according to their way choosing between cheese, sauce, basil, oregano and more… The host will supply all tools and ingredients needed. This is also a BYOB experience so bring wine, beer or wine coolers for 21+ Non-alcoholic for under 21.
Follow the footsteps of the Founding Fathers with me
I am offering walking tours of the old district of Philadelphia in French , Spanish & English Meet in front of the Bourse before heading to Liberty Bell where I will go over the importance the bell had acquired throughout the years (especially with the Abolitionists & the Civil Rights movement). Next, we will circle around the Independence Hall Park, the Signer statue and the Carpenter's Hall where the First Congress was held. We'll walk by the First Bank of the United States (under renovation after the success of the musical) to head to the Benjamin Franklin's Museum We will spend an hour learning about his life and incredible achievements before going to Christ Church and Elfreth's alley (the oldest continuously occupied residential street in the country). Finally, a stop outside the house of George Washington's seamstress Betsy Ross is said to have sewn the very first American flag (although it was intended to be for the Navy). We'll walk through Arch Street, the Quaker's meeting place and pay our respects to Benjamin Franklin by stopping by the cemetery where he is resting. We will end the tour with a visit to the magnificent City Hall. I used to present this tour to guests from all walks of life coming from NYC and I enjoyed it tremendously. Sharing my passion for William Penn's green country with others is priceless.
Philadelphia History, Highlights, & Revolution Tour
On this tour, we’ll explore Independence National Historical Park and the Old City neighborhood to see a plethora of historical landmarks! Along the way, your guide will keep you posted on the history of these sites and fill you in on all kinds of useful info for your visit to Philly. After circling Independence Hall, we’ll make our way through other areas of the park. You’ll learn about the history of the Liberty Bell and how it has been used over the years. We’ll see Carpenters Hall, where the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania was founded. Next, we’ll head to the Museum of American Revolution, which offers an incredible look at the stories, artifacts, and people that shaped the American Revolution. We’ll go inside to see a presentation of George Washington’s War Tent ( when your tour is over, you’ll be able to get a discounted ticket to see the rest of the museum). As we walk through Old City, we’ll also pass by some favorite sites outside Independence Park, such as Elfreth’s Alley (the oldest continuously-occupied residential street in the entire US), showcasing incredible architecture dating back to the early 1700s, the Betsy Ross House, named after a famous seamstress and flag maker who is said to have sewn the first ever American flag, Benjamin Franklin’s Grave (bring a penny to toss!), and the outdoor President’s House Landmark where Washington and Adams lived.
Brewery Tour & Tasting
Learn about the brewing process, Philly's brewing history, Dock Street's 30+ year history, and some of our most memorable beer recipes (Wu Tang Clan beer, anyone?) on this unique tour of our brewing facilities at our flagship Dock Street South. During this, we'll sip-and-savor a flight of 6 fresh beers from our draft list. I will tell you about our recipes, the ingredients, and the inspiration behind our beers. You'll get a Dock Street logo pint glass to take home as a souvenir! Other things to note: - We suggest all guests are at least 21 to have the full experience (i.e., the flight of beers!) Tip/tax included but additional tips are appreciated! No refunds for cancellations with less than 24hrs notice. - Our Airbnb tours are limited to a max of 15 people on the tour, so you'll have plenty of time to hear the tour, get up close and personal with the brewery, enjoy the beers, and have fun!
Conquer the Steps: Rocky Running Tour
Join me for a 4 mile run sprinkled with Rocky and Philly stories most locals don’t even know! You’ll become a local champ weaving through the Italian Market streets of Philly with me. And we’ll cap it off with a run up the famous Art Museum Steps. In addition to being the home of the Rocky films, did you know Philly invented the Cowboy Hat and Fast Food? We explore those little known facts and hundreds more. We cover a large part of Philly with a focus on Rocky, all in just over an hour! I'll tie together the unique Philly story as we run through its Colonial Old City, South Philly, and its Commercial Center. We tap into themes like freedom, the underdog story, and many American Firsts. Philly's beautiful, flat & straight streets are full of sites - perfect for running tours! Whether you're here on vacation, business or even a local, there's no better way to learn about Philly while breaking a sweat! You'll walk away refreshed, and your expectations will be exceeded! This tour is more fulfilling than running on a hotel treadmill and better than getting lost in the city alone. You'll receive a detailed map overview (PDF) of 50 sites from our run to help you explore further! Other things to note Great for groups! No penalty if you switch dates due to weather! Pace is a light jog. All runners welcome! No one left behind. Mile updates along way. No headphones needed. Bring a camera for pictures. Ask me questions! We break as needed for pictures and water.
Philadelphia Highlights Running Tour
Join me for a 4 mile run sprinkled with stories most Philadelphians don’t even know! Rather than feeling like a tourist, you’ll become a local weaving through the streets of Philly with me. In addition to being America's first capital and Ben Franklin’s hometown, did you know Philly invented the Cowboy Hat and Fast Food? We explore those little known facts and hundreds more. Most tours focus on colonial Old City - we cover that PLUS the rest of amazing Philly, all in just over an hour! I'll tie together the unique Philly story as we run through its 5 main squares and tap into common themes like freedom, inclusion, reinvention, pop culture and many American Firsts. Philly's beautiful, flat & straight streets are full of history - perfect for running tours! Whether you're here on vacation, business or even a local, there's no better way to learn about Philly while breaking a sweat! You'll walk away refreshed, and I guarantee what you learn will exceed your expectations! This tour is more fulfilling than running on a hotel treadmill and better than getting lost in the city alone. You'll receive a detailed map overview (PDF) of 50 sites from our run to help you explore further! Other things to note Great for groups! No penalty if you switch dates due to weather! Pace is a light jog. All runners welcome! No one left behind. Mile updates along way. No headphones needed. Bring a camera for pictures. Ask me questions! We break as needed for pictures and water.
Learn to be a barista with a local coffee expert
I will welcome guests into an after-hours coffee shop. First, we will share our personal experience with coffee. We will take turns telling stories of the first time we had coffee, and what it means to us now. Then, we will learn about coffee! We will learn about different roasts, origins, and preparations. Each phase will include a tasting and discussion portion. Guests will leave with a new appreciation for coffee. They will know the basics to make/find their perfect cup!
A Day in Amish Country
Pennsylvania is home to a fascinating culture found in the rural farmlands outside of Philadelphia. Join our tour to understand the complex history and lifestyle of the Amish community and dispel the myths of a much misunderstood people. Your tour starts with a ride in our comfortable van out to the idyllic countryside of Lancaster County, where you’ll hear about the beginnings of Amish culture in the United States and see farmers hard at work in their fields. Your local guide will fully immerse you in the way of life here with a visit to an 1800s farmhouse, and your included admission to the Amish Village Museum will give you a deeper appreciation for the traditions and philosophies of the Amish communities. We’ll have time for stops in small towns highlighting Amish-made goods, including quilt shops, bakeries, and road-side stands. Best yet, you’ll have the chance to support the community with your food purchases, with unique options recommended by your guide!
Philly's Favorite Foods Tour
You'll eat your way through Philadelphia's greatest foods on this filling tour! We'll start inside the iconic Reading Terminal Market, where Philly classics like fresh soft pretzels and scrapple can be paired with international tastes like Italian cannolis. You'll savor the one and only Philly cheesesteak - a local favorite that has inspired imitators around the world. Then, we'll head to trendy Sansom Street and discover Philly food innovations like creamy vegan shakes, locally-sourced mushroom pizza, and lick-the-bowl-clean New World hummus made from Old World recipes. You'll also get a chance to sip on Fair Trade coffee at a fast-growing local start-up; one of many examples of Philly's social consciousness and move towards environmental sustainability. If you want the best of Philly's foodie scene - this is the tour for you! If you would like to book this tour for a private group, please message us directly for more information.
Discovering Colonial Philadelphia
Every building has a story to tell, from the materials, technology, and styles favored when it was constructed, to the people who designed, built, lived and worked there. Events of historic proportion take place in and around buildings as well. Come with me on this journey to discover all the secrets each building on our tour is waiting to tell us. We will be walking through Old City, visiting the oldest continuously inhabited residential street in the United States, and seeing the same buildings the Founding Fathers worked and worshiped in. Whether your interest is architecture, American History, visiting the places where Ben Franklin and George Washington lived and worked, or humming a tune from the Hamilton play as we experience Philadelphia as the Capitol of the United States, this tour is for you! This tour is also great for groups, teams and team building! Other things to note Bring cameras as there is much to photograph. Snacks that you like are good to have, or there are plenty of stores along the way. A hat and comfortable shoes are also a good idea to wear.
The Black Journey- Philadelphia Black History Walking Tour
The tour will commence at the Independence Visitor's Center with an introduction to the topic of Black History during the colonial period. You will hear about the role that Black Americans played in the founding of the nation. The group will continue to the President’s House and hear about the 9 enslaved people who were held there. The group will hear about Martha Washington's handmaid who ran away to escape slavery. At the next stop you will see where The Fugitive Slave Act 1793 was passed. The next stop is Congo Square where people of African descent held celebrations. It is also a potter's field where free and enslaved Africans are still buried to this day. The next stop is Mother Bethel AME Church. There is where the African Methodist Episcopal Church was established and is the oldest piece of real estate owned by people of African descent in the United States. You will hear about the liberation of a woman whose owner attempted to abduct her back into slavery and the trial of her rescuers. You will also see the traditional sites of Independence Hall, liberty bell, Congress Hall, and much more Other things to note Masks are required. We will be walking approximately 1.5 miles for the tour on uneven and cobblestoned surfaces. Please wear comfortable and sturdy footwear. We will continue the tour during light rain.