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What better way to explore the Philadelphia region than on your own two feet? Journey through history and up to the modern day at your own pace and on your own time.
These walking tours will give you a glimpse of the best the region has to offer… and you won’t even need to stop at a gas station!
Don’t just see the city, taste it!
City Food Tours will introduce you to some of Philly’s best specialty food shops and restaurants and give tour goers a opportunity to taste delicious handmade treats.
Philadelphia’s most unusual nighttime attraction
In the mood for something truly spooky? Try one of Philadelphia’s candlelit walking tours of America’s most historic and haunted cities, where enchanting tour guides will lead you through Independence Hall and Washington Square to show you the haunted spots of Philadelphia.
An extensive tour of the historic Italian Market
An extensive tour of the historic Italian Market.
Get the scoop on Philly food favorites
Learn the story behind cheesesteaks, hoagies, pretzels and other Philly food favorites — as well as the 113-year history of the vibrant Reading Terminal Market.
A walk through the birthplace of our nation
The Constitutional Walking Tour provides visitors with a primary overview of the Independence National Historical Park area by connecting the buildings and places where the events of the American Revolution transpired.
Experience a taste of Colonial tavern life
“Cheers” to the spirits of ’76! Wind your way through the streets of Old City enjoying drinks and a little sip of history at Colonial and modern day watering holes.
Haunting tour of historic Philadelphia
Developed and researched by university professor Joe Wojie, Grim Philly Twilight Tours offer an adults-only glimpse into Philadelphia’s past.View More
Capture the perfect image during a three-hour walking tour of the city
Learn how to get the perfect photo of the city with Photography Tours of Philadelphia.View More
Go behind the scenes of the region’s favorite snack foods
See how some of the region’s favorite snack foods are made at the Herr’s Snack Factory Tour in Chester County.View More
The birthplace of American democracy
Known as the birthplace of American democracy, Historic Philadelphia’s Independence National Historical Park (INHP) is located on the site of many of the seminal events that carried the nation through its founding as a global leader of democratic ideals.View More
Free, 12-hour walking tour of more than 200 locations
Spend 12-hours exploring more than 200 historic and iconic city locations during the free Great Tour of Philadelphia.View More
Walking tours of historic Philadelphia
Free and Friendly Tours is a Philly company with Philly guides and will show you the whole range of Philadelphia, its historical monuments and present-day city life – or the whole of what’s in walking distance at least.View More
Lace up your shoes and explore Philly on Foot
Sometimes the best way to explore a city is on foot, so set out and see Philadelphia with the knowledgeable guides of Free Tours by Foot.View More
Take an award-winning stroll through Philadelphia
Explore Philadelphia’s architectural past, present and future during an award-winning guided walking tour with the Preservation Alliance.View More
Daily walking tours of Philadelphia
Urban Adventures provides daily walking tours of Philadelphia and its neighborhoods, giving visitors an authentic experience that they will remember for years! Choose from several different sightseeing tours of the city and enjoy a few hours, half a day or a full day with a friendly, personable and knowledgeable guide and take home some of the stories, smells, tastes and sounds of Philadelphia.View More
Explore the social, economic and political forces that helped Philadelphia become an architectural jewel
Highlights include the spectacular Victorian interior of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts; the soaring central court of Philadelphia’s first department store, Wanamaker’s (now Macy’s Center City); and the atrium of the brand new Comcast Center, Philadelphia’s tallest skyscraper.View More