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Philadelphia's Underground Donut Tour
On this tour, you'll join me as we explore the city and food culture through the medium of donuts. You'll learn history of Philadelphia, each donut location, how they fit into the larger food scene, as well as try some amazing donuts. We start from Federal Donuts on South and 6th Street where we'll try some hot and fresh donuts along with their seasonal flavors. We'll then move on to Dotties Donuts where we try the vegan donuts you'll have no idea are even vegan. Next we'll stop by Sweet Charlies for a sweet surprise you won't believe. And lastly, we end at Reading Terminal Market to try Beilers - some of the best classic donuts around. Throughout the tour, we'll sprinkle in history, humor and fun facts regarding Philadelphia. Please come hungry. On Sunday's we take a slightly different route, but pretty close to the one listed above. Other things to note We cannot accommodate gluten free or vegan diets, YET!
Walking Tour of the Gayborhood
Come on a two hour walking tour of Philadelphia to learn about the people, controversies and secret histories that have formed the city. We'll share stories you can't get anywhere else, taking you deep under the skin of Philadelphia. Other things to note If you have any questions or would like to request a private tour - feel free to reach out! We accommodate time requests, content requests and private parties.
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.
Chef-Led Italian Market Dinner Tour
Everyone's favorite dinner tour is back! Did you ever wish you could eat dinner like a local South Philly Italian? Now you can! We shop, stroll and eat dinner at the Italian Market, on this fun food/progressive dinner tour. This is a BYOB food tour, feel free to bring your favorite bottle of wine or beer. We will meet local craftspeople, chefs, artisans and their staff. You'll enjoy Italian favorites on this dinner tour featuring cheeses, Salumi, homemade gnocchi, homemade bread, meatball, salad, Italian dessert and coffee! We will break bread, socialize and share our favorite foods and family traditions. After dinner, we will take the traditional "passeggiata" (stroll). Our last stop will be at a local Italian café to experience "La Dolce Vita" first hand with coffee and dessert.
South Philly Art Tour
There’s so much more to Philadelphia than American history - some of the most incredible public art is on display when you venture into South Philly! On this tour, you'll stroll the streets and alleys of the Bella Vista and Queen Village neighborhoods. Throughout this area, artists have (and continue to) make their mark with murals of all shapes, sizes, and themes, dazzling mosaics, and awesome 3D installations. You’ll notice the general creativity of the residents of these neighborhoods with brightly painted homes, eccentric and exciting stores and shops, and wild community gardens. Your guide will explain the history of each piece and how they blend together into a magical tapestry that drapes across the entire city. One of the main attractions on this tour is admission to the Philadelphia Magic Gardens - a trip into Wonderland. This incredible 3D art installation is the life's work of Isaiah Zagar - and where he still works regularly. Merging the profound with the ridiculous, the philosophical with the everyday, Zagar captures the imagination with his work - showing us how many men's trash can become our collective treasure. Once we arrive, you'll have as much time as you want to explore the space. When your official tour time is up, you're welcome to stay for longer, or venture out onto South Street for a different type of colorful experience.

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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.
One-of-a-kind Candle Making Experience
During this experience, you will make a one-of-a-kind Philadelphia-inspired candle. Each of our scents is named after Philadelphia neighborhoods and each reservation helps plant a tree in Philadelphia. You will be able to choose your own scents, candle jars, and dyes! Each candle is also made of 100% soy wax and pet and vegan-friendly. Some quick information about the experience: The candle-making experience is done as group instruction. To ensure all of our guests enjoy their experience, please arrive on time. You are considered a no-show after 10 minutes past your reservation time. No outside food as this will interfere with the scent picking portion, but we are BYOB! The candles take 2 hours to dry and we hold them for up to four weeks. There are lots of awesome things to do in the area while you wait and we have lots of recommendations, but we also have shipping options if needed. ATTN: To protect our guests and staff, proof of COVID-19 vaccination (Vax Card or Photo Graph) and ID is required for each guest. There are no exceptions.
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 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.
Afrobeats & Heal Meditation Session
Join us at a neighborhood park in Northwest Philly with like-minded spirits for this welcoming wellness experience. With beginners in mind, this experience includes intro to deep breathing, gentle full body stretching to Afrobeats before winding down with guided meditation/affirmations. All genders, nonbinary, generations, body sizes/types, etc. welcomed! Some benefits include: Breaking generational curses/choices Reduces work, family, and school stressors Improves concentration and patience Increases acceptance and self-awareness Reduces anger and PTSD symptoms Helps to manage and decrease anxiety Cultivates compassion for Self and others Let's heal together! Chrissy Founder | Hood Healer Philly Experiences FREE BONUS: guests who book this new Experience via Airbnb will receive a list of our fav Black businesses to enjoy within walking distance from the park! Want this experience in your neighborhood park, company, Airbnb, rooftop, or yard?! I travel within the Philly area. Message to start the conversation!
Italian Market Food Tour
On this tour, we'll explore the country’s oldest and largest everyday open-air market - the 9th Street Italian Market - for some authentic, Philly foodie action. We’ll stroll through vibrant fruit stalls (with unbelievable prices!), past the fragrant bakeries, into various shops and unique stores, and peeking down hidden alleys covered in fantastical street art. You’ll get the chance to meet some store owners and hear their personal stories of food, history, and community. With a local guide leading the way, you’ll have an expert and an Italian Market-lover right there with you and they’ll make sure to tell you the not-so-common stories of one of the most colorful neighborhoods in Philadelphia. Of course, you’ll be sampling plenty of delicious food on this food tour! Throughout the tour, we’ll try several different dishes, including cannoli, tomato pie, and tacos! Your guide will also introduce you to other Italian Market staples and immigrant-inspired fare, savoring the flavors of the market as you make your way down this iconic street. This market has survived the passing decades by welcoming vendors from around the world and, today, remains a popular destination for tourists and locals alike - and you’ll definitely understand why by the end of our time together. So, come explore one of the most unique, thriving, and diverse areas of the City of Brotherly Love with us!
Going Beyond the Bell Walking Tour
Come on a two hour walking tour of Philadelphia to learn about the people, controversies and secret histories that have formed the city. We'll share stories you can't get anywhere else, taking you deep under the skin of Philadelphia.
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.
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.
Philadelphia's Underground Donut Tour
On this tour, you'll join me as we explore the city and food culture through the medium of donuts. You'll learn history of Philadelphia, each donut location, how they fit into the larger food scene, as well as try some amazing donuts. We start from Federal Donuts on South and 6th Street where we'll try some hot and fresh donuts along with their seasonal flavors. We'll then move on to Dotties Donuts where we try the vegan donuts you'll have no idea are even vegan. Next we'll stop by Sweet Charlies for a sweet surprise you won't believe. And lastly, we end at Reading Terminal Market to try Beilers - some of the best classic donuts around. Throughout the tour, we'll sprinkle in history, humor and fun facts regarding Philadelphia. Please come hungry. On Sunday's we take a slightly different route, but pretty close to the one listed above. Other things to note We cannot accommodate gluten free or vegan diets, YET!
Walking Tour of the Gayborhood
Come on a two hour walking tour of Philadelphia to learn about the people, controversies and secret histories that have formed the city. We'll share stories you can't get anywhere else, taking you deep under the skin of Philadelphia. Other things to note If you have any questions or would like to request a private tour - feel free to reach out! We accommodate time requests, content requests and private parties.
Flavors of Philly Food Tour
Eat like a local on this Philadelphia-themed tour. Enjoy Philly favorites like cheesesteaks and tomato pie while learning about the history of how some of these iconic foods came to be. This flavorful and entertaining 2.5 hour tour takes place in the heart of Philadelphia. With 5 local stops, taste classic Philly eats like cheesesteaks and cheese whiz fries, tomato pie, soft pretzels, and two sweet treats from the world-famous Reading Terminal Market. This one-of-a-kind tasting experience brings you to where the locals really eat: low-key, no frills, independently-owned gems that share the uniquely unpretentious vibe of the city. In addition to some first-class sightseeing, you’ll visit an authentic mom-and-pop pizzeria, a soft pretzel bakery, the historic Reading Terminal Market, and much more. This tour finishes 6 blocks (11-minute walk) from the starting location. This is the best tour to enjoy Philly's unique food culture and history.
Cut Flowers at Strawflower Farm
Welcome to Strawflower Farm! We are a small four acre family farm at the end of a quiet lane. We grow berries and FLOWERS! We love sharing our beautiful farm with others and especially enjoy the happiness and joy our FLOWERS bring to our visitors. As a guest at our farm, we will greet you when you arrive and then walk down to the flower fields where you will learn about the many flowers we grow on our farm. After some brief instruction on what to cut and how to cut it, guests will be invited to walk throughout the rows choosing and cutting their own special flowers. Vases are yours to keep and we provide flower snips for you to borrow.
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.
Look Great, Feel Great-Selfie Museum of Backdrops and Props
Guided Tour; take photos on your camera or phone! LGFG is a fun selfie taking experience that can only be booked on Airbnb. Come explore the most unique apartment in Temple University, Philly's biggest college, and take some quirky selfies — with multiple Philly inspired backdrops, a mind-bending upside-down room — and other quirky themes that couples, groups and corporate teams will love. *Please be respectful and carful of our set-pieces inside the gallery. Horseplay such as running and jumping around is prohibited to prevent damages and or injury.
Chef-Led Italian Market Dinner Tour
Everyone's favorite dinner tour is back! Did you ever wish you could eat dinner like a local South Philly Italian? Now you can! We shop, stroll and eat dinner at the Italian Market, on this fun food/progressive dinner tour. This is a BYOB food tour, feel free to bring your favorite bottle of wine or beer. We will meet local craftspeople, chefs, artisans and their staff. You'll enjoy Italian favorites on this dinner tour featuring cheeses, Salumi, homemade gnocchi, homemade bread, meatball, salad, Italian dessert and coffee! We will break bread, socialize and share our favorite foods and family traditions. After dinner, we will take the traditional "passeggiata" (stroll). Our last stop will be at a local Italian café to experience "La Dolce Vita" first hand with coffee and dessert.