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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!
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.
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.
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.
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. - No more than 6 people to a group, and no more than one "pod" on a tour - i.e., you'll never have strangers on your tour!

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Afrobeats & Heal Meditation Session
Join us at a neighborhood park in Northwest Philly with like-minded spirits for this welcoming wellness experience. Whether you are visiting on vacation or a local looking for accountability partners, self-healing in nature with a community is essential. Hosted by a plus size Black woman, this experience is inclusive of all body sizes/types. With beginners in mind, this hour-long experience includes intro to deep breathing, gentle full body stretching and pre-recorded guided meditation/affirmations and healing conversations. Meditation in nature has so many benefits including: Reduces stress Improves concentration Increases self-awareness Increases acceptance Reduces anger Reduces the symptoms of PTSD Helps to manage and decrease anxiety Cultivates compassion for Self and others Afrobeats playlist will apart of this experience. Class will be fully refunded in the event of rain on the day of your session. Blankets provided for use during class. I look forward to healing with you! Chrissy 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!
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.
Enjoy an Intimate Curated Dining Experience
Hello! We can't wait to host you for "The Experience Philly", which is an intimate curated dining experience that you won't forget! You'll get to enjoy some of your favorite dishes with a Filipino-inspired take on cuisine while being seated at a beautifully designed table created to appeal to all of your senses. You'll definitely want to take a photo with our hand painted "The Experience Philly" sign to remember your time with us! This experience will start with a glass of rose, followed by a four course meal, and be accompanied by endless mimosas for brunch or with our seasonal cocktail for dinner. We will begin with a toast and end with full bellies and fun conversation. This experience is perfect for locals, solo travelers/tourists and groups who are looking to connect with others while enjoying an intimate dining experience. Private groups are available if they meet the minimum requirements! Please send us a message to inquire about our menu options for brunch or dinner. (not enough characters here.) We do accommodate vegans, pescatarians and other dietary restrictions,.
Living Plant Art Workshop
Through this experience, guests will be given the opportunity to create their own living plant art - succulent gardens, driftwood centerpieces, terrariums, and/or plant & flower arrangements. Guests will be welcomed into our green space, Horti(culture), and be provided with the materials needed. We have a wide variety of planters and vessels for guests to choose from... different plants, mosses, sands, and rocks as well! Whatever you create is yours to keep! Guests will also enjoy tea & snacks! No experience is complete without snacks :)
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!

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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.
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.
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.
Afrobeats & Heal Meditation Session
Join us at a neighborhood park in Northwest Philly with like-minded spirits for this welcoming wellness experience. Whether you are visiting on vacation or a local looking for accountability partners, self-healing in nature with a community is essential. Hosted by a plus size Black woman, this experience is inclusive of all body sizes/types. With beginners in mind, this hour-long experience includes intro to deep breathing, gentle full body stretching and pre-recorded guided meditation/affirmations and healing conversations. Meditation in nature has so many benefits including: Reduces stress Improves concentration Increases self-awareness Increases acceptance Reduces anger Reduces the symptoms of PTSD Helps to manage and decrease anxiety Cultivates compassion for Self and others Afrobeats playlist will apart of this experience. Class will be fully refunded in the event of rain on the day of your session. Blankets provided for use during class. I look forward to healing with you! Chrissy 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!
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.

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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!
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 Taste of the Italian Market Food Tour
Eat like a local - Enjoy a non-touristy-food tour that leaves you FULL. Cheeses, tortillas and a vinegar and olive oil tasting await you. Then it is on to pizza, feel free to bring a bottle of wine or beer - this is a BYOB restaurant. We finish off with a mini Italian cannoli and a coffee sample. Other things to note: If raining, please bring an umbrella, tour guide can provide disposable ponchos.
Hamilton - The Tour where it Happens!
Alexander Hamilton - Revolutionary War hero, Washington's aide-de-camp, member of the Constitutional Convention, author of the Federalist Papers, first Secretary of the Treasury - the list goes on and on. Hamilton spent a good deal of time here in Philadelphia (some even with his short lived mistress Maria Reynolds), and we explore his life and the places here. We will meet a cast of characters along the way, such as George Washington, John Adams, Ben Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, and James Madison, among others. Come join me on this fun filled tour into the life and times of one of the truly remarkable Founding Fathers. We will be listening to 9 shortened songs from the musical, so come and sing along if you know the words. If you haven't seen the play, this we be an excellent introduction! This tour is also great for groups, teams and team building! You know you want to be on the tour where it happens, the tour where it happens. Just sign up and, click BOOM! Other things to note Since this is walking tour, make sure to wear comfortable shoes. There will also be music from the play to accompany us during the walk!
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.

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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.
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.
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.
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'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!
Afrobeats & Heal Meditation Session
Join us at a neighborhood park in Northwest Philly with like-minded spirits for this welcoming wellness experience. Whether you are visiting on vacation or a local looking for accountability partners, self-healing in nature with a community is essential. Hosted by a plus size Black woman, this experience is inclusive of all body sizes/types. With beginners in mind, this hour-long experience includes intro to deep breathing, gentle full body stretching and pre-recorded guided meditation/affirmations and healing conversations. Meditation in nature has so many benefits including: Reduces stress Improves concentration Increases self-awareness Increases acceptance Reduces anger Reduces the symptoms of PTSD Helps to manage and decrease anxiety Cultivates compassion for Self and others Afrobeats playlist will apart of this experience. Class will be fully refunded in the event of rain on the day of your session. Blankets provided for use during class. I look forward to healing with you! Chrissy 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!
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 Taste of the Italian Market Food Tour
Eat like a local - Enjoy a non-touristy-food tour that leaves you FULL. Cheeses, tortillas and a vinegar and olive oil tasting await you. Then it is on to pizza, feel free to bring a bottle of wine or beer - this is a BYOB restaurant. We finish off with a mini Italian cannoli and a coffee sample. Other things to note: If raining, please bring an umbrella, tour guide can provide disposable ponchos.
Hamilton - The Tour where it Happens!
Alexander Hamilton - Revolutionary War hero, Washington's aide-de-camp, member of the Constitutional Convention, author of the Federalist Papers, first Secretary of the Treasury - the list goes on and on. Hamilton spent a good deal of time here in Philadelphia (some even with his short lived mistress Maria Reynolds), and we explore his life and the places here. We will meet a cast of characters along the way, such as George Washington, John Adams, Ben Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, and James Madison, among others. Come join me on this fun filled tour into the life and times of one of the truly remarkable Founding Fathers. We will be listening to 9 shortened songs from the musical, so come and sing along if you know the words. If you haven't seen the play, this we be an excellent introduction! This tour is also great for groups, teams and team building! You know you want to be on the tour where it happens, the tour where it happens. Just sign up and, click BOOM! Other things to note Since this is walking tour, make sure to wear comfortable shoes. There will also be music from the play to accompany us during the walk!
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.