Things to do in Philadelphia Tomorrow

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    Food Tour in Fishtown

    Explore the up and coming Philadelphia neighborhood of Fishtown, known for its history and hipster vibes. Eat some amazing food, while also getting some exercise by walking your way through this working-class Philly neighborhood. This two-hour tour will take you through the hidden foodie spots that only true locals would know! Sample foods such as pizza, soup, coffee, various baked goods, and so much more! Immerse yourself in the neighborhood’s artistic, culinary and musical action as you gain key insights about the area.
    Food Tour in Fishtown

    Fishtown, Philadelphia

    • Explore Philadelphia’s history through your own taste buds
    • Uncover hidden historical and culinary gems in the Fishtown neighborhood
    • Sample a variety of unique and hip local eats
    • Conclude the tour feeling like a Philly local
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    History in HD Tour

    Feed your mind and your belly simultaneously on this Philadelphia city tour. On this tour, you’ll bypass the usual tourist spots and sends you back to school on the university campuses. Don't worry, there won't be an exam at the end — there'll be a drink instead!
    History in HD Tour

    229 Arch St, Philadelphia

    • Explore a history-drenched neighborhood and view some of the iconic sights
    • Get a whistle-stop tour of all the major Philadelphia sights, as well as a couple of hidden gems
    • Absorb the rich historical significance of landmarks
    • Visit local businesses and watering holes
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    Amish Visit-In-Person Tour

    Feeling a little too wired? Get off the grid with a deep dive into Amish country! This remarkable tour offers an inside look into the world of Lancaster's Amish population, thanks to trips to three different Amish properties. Your first stop will be a visit to an Amish farm, where you'll check out a barn and watch cows get milked for all they're worth! You'll also learn about how "Amish electricity" is used to keep the milk cold. Next up, you'll get a look at how the Amish approach entrepreneurship with a trip to a small business featuring handcrafted products. Finally, you'll head out into the country to get a sense of Amish family life. You'll be invited as a guest into a home, where you'll learn about Amish family values, living without technology, and other facets of the Amish faith during a casual chat. But seriously, how do they make plans without texting each other upon arrival?
    Amish Visit-In-Person Tour

    3121 Old Philadelphia Pike, Bird-in-Hand

    • Get in touch with Amish culture during an insider's tour of Lancaster's Amish settlement
    • Visit an Amish farm to learn about milking at milking time and a small Amish business to learn about Plain entrepreneurship first-hand
    • Spend time in an Amish home learning about their way of life and values directly from the family
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    Philadelphia Ghost Tours

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    Philadelphia may be the Cradle of Liberty, but it's also a city spooked by true ghastly stories! Come experience the haunted side of the city that inspired Edgar Allan Poe to write "The Murders of Rue Morgue" and "The Raven"; a city frightening enough to contain Bram Stoker's research for "Dracula" and inspire David Lynch's "Eraserhead." Following your expert local guide as you discover the haunted history of the nation's most historic city, hear accounts of love lured specters, tormented souls of war, and the sorrowful woes of traitors and the repentant dead at Old St. Mary's and Old St. Joe's. Visit notable locations like Independence Hall, City Tavern, Washington Square, and Dr. Physick's House, with potential sightings of desecrating German Soldiers, tragic Edgar Allan Poe, and Bishop White's murderous cook, and maybe even a dancing Ben Franklin!
    Philadelphia Ghost Tours

    229 Arch St, Philadelphia

    • Discover the haunted history of The City of Brotherly Love on this guided walking tour
    • Hear the real stories of tormented souls of war and the sorrowful woes of traitors and the repentant dead
    • Snap photos of Independence Hall, City Tavern, Washington Square, and Dr. Physick's House
    • Potentially catch a glimpse of famed Philadelphia haunts like the dancing ghost of Ben Franklin
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    Kickboxing Skills & Techniques

    You learned to throw knockout punches, and how to block match ending kicks -- but still, something looks off. The punches aren't totally landing right, and you're still getting knocked back quite a bit by those kicks. Time to up your kickboxing workout. The Kickboxing skills and techniques class is the perfect way to build off of the kickboxing fundamentals that you have already learned. You'll learn better form and better techniques for taking opponents down in the ring. Keep your dukes up champ. You're on your way to becoming a master kickboxer.
    Kickboxing Skills & Techniques

    423 S Broad St, Lansdale

    • Build off of the fundamentals and hone your kickboxing skills
    • Get a true UFC experience while training inside of the octagon
    • Listen to your experienced instructor's helpful tips on technique and form
    • Experience a thorough workout that will burn calories and build muscle
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    Vampires, Sex, & Ghost Tour

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    Vampires! Pirates! Sultry sexcapades! All these and more take center stage on this R-rated guided adventure put together by university professor Joe Wojie. You'll explore deviant urban folklore surrounding numerous sites in Philadelphia, dating all the way back to the founding fathers: visit whipping posts, gallows, the red light district, and explore haunting myths of ghost ships and bloodsucking encounters. Designed for horror buffs, the thrills from this urban exploration will chill you to your very bone.
    Vampires, Sex, & Ghost Tour

    Old City, Philadelphia

    • Embark on a unique tour of Philadelphia that explores many of its darker urban legends
    • Visit historic sites of debauchery and death that will leave you chilled to the bone
    • Explore a whole new side to Philly as researched by university professor Joe Wojie
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    Founding Fathers Tour

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    Experience the best of US history with a modern twist on this tour of Philadelphia. See where the Founding Fathers signed the Declaration of Independence, take a photo of the Liberty Bell, see where past presidents like George Washington lived, and learn about William Penn, Pennsylvania's founder. Discover the lively neighborhood culture as you pass art galleries and cafes, and top of your tour with a refreshing drink at a local pub. Start your 2-hour tour at the Independence Visitor Center, where you'll get great views of Independence Mall, the National Constitution Center and the US Mint. Throughout your tour, your friendly and knowledgeable guide will cater to your requests and preferences whenever possible.

    Visit the President's House Site, once the home of George Washington and John Adams during Philadelphia's tenure as the country's capital. View the Liberty Bell with the possibility of going inside, crowds permitting. Then continue to the Curtis Center, where you'll enter (weekdays only) for a view of Maxfield Parrish's Dream Garden beautiful mosaic mural.

    Then, it's off to Washington Square for stories of William Penn, the state's founder, and a visit to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

    Continue through Independence National Park and see Independence Hall, where the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution were signed. As you walk, learn about Congress Hall, Old City Hall, the Philosophical Society, the 2nd Bank of the US and and Carpenter's Hall.

    Catch great views of the site of Ben Franklin's home as you walk through the Old City neighborhood. Soak up the high energy as you pass trendy cafes, shops and art galleries featuring interesting architecture.

    Your next top is the Old City Coffee shop, where you can grab a quick snack or beverage (own expense) before heading to Arch Street Meeting House, a US National Historic Landmark. Pass Betsy Ross House and hear stories of the birth of the American flag.

    Weave through the area's charming back alleys and wind up walking down Elfreth's Alley, one of the country's oldest continuously occupied residential streets.

    Enter into Christ Church, where the Founding Fathers once worshipped, and end your tour at a local pub for a craft brew or refreshing non-alcoholic beverage.
    Founding Fathers Tour

    229 Arch St, Philadelphia

    • Experience a historical walking tour of Philadelphia with a friendly, knowledgeable guide
    • See Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell and the home of past presidents like George Washington
    • Visit important sites like the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Betsy Ross House, Christ Church and Old City Hall
    • Soak up modern culture as you walk through neighborhoods filled with cafes and galleries
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    Independence Mall Tour

    Freedom Rings in Philly during this two hour, family friendly tour that takes you through the cradle of American Democracy! Be entertained as you reveal hidden secrets, fun trivia, and light hearted anecdotes about the City of Brotherly Love, and the men and women who defined it so many years ago. Adventure through historic Philadelphia and chronicle the early history of America's first city, learning more about famous characters including George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Ben Franklin, and Alexander Hamilton and the sites where they made history, such as the Liberty Bell, Declaration House, Independence Hall, Old City Hall, and the Betsy Ross House. It's the best US history lesson you will ever have, and you'll be kept laughing the whole time!
    Independence Mall Tour

    229 Arch St, Philadelphia

    • Enjoy an incredibly entertaining lesson in history on this guided tour of Philadelphia
    • Reveal hidden secrets, fun trivia, and light hearted anecdotes about the City of Brotherly Love
    • Learn about famous figures including George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and Ben Franklin
    • Snap photos of the most notable locations in American history, such as the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall
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    Segway Tour

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    See top Philadelphia sights including the Historic District, Penn's Landing, the Italian Market, the Benjamin Franklin Parkway and Society Hill on a stimulating 1-hour Segway ride. Complete a 5-mile or 10-mile loop - with the opportunity to ride along the Delaware River Trail. This small-group tour is limited to six people, ensuring more personalized attention from your guide. You'll start your Segway tour of Philadelphia with an orientation session then continuing by cruising through the Historic District to Penn's Landing and the Delaware River via Welcome Park where your guide will initiate you in the founding of the City and the grid-like streets on a 5-mile or 10-mile route. Cruise down the River (on land!) and then back to Head House Square. Depending on the option you choose, your glide will take you past many of the historic homes in wonderful tree-lined residential neighborhood, filled with stories of the the 1800s and home to some great little coffee shops and restaurants. Along the way, your guide will stop for photo ops and entertain you with fun stories and facts about Philadelphia's history. See more than 15 Philadelphia attractions on the this route! This loop takes you through the Historic District, Penn's Landing and the Delaware River via Welcome Park for an introduction to major city sites. You'll pass the Italian Market, the host of beautiful murals painted along several buildings, and travel around the mosaic clad site of the Magic Gardens on South Street. Along your journey you will see important historical sites such as the First Bank of the United States and several old churches that helped establish William Penn's "freedom of worship" philosophy.
    Segway Tour

    229 Arch St. , Philadelphia

    • Tour Phily as you ride your Segway on a 5-mile loop of Center City
    • View the city's best landmarks such as the Italian Market, Independence Hall and the Philadelphia Museum of Art
    • Learn fascinating facts about the city's history from your knowledgeable guide
    • Comfortably ride your segway with instructions and training before embarking on this personalized small-group tour
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    Xtreme Ghost Hunt Challenge

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    Got a competitive spirit? Good news, since victory during this spooky challenge goes to the one who brings the boo-oom! Split into two separate teams and hit the streets in search of Gettysburg's supernatural side. Each team is assigned five points, and the winner at the end of the four-hour competition is the team that has the most points left over at the end of the night. In order to keep your points, you will need to prove you have major guts. Compete in challenges such as hanging out by your lonesome in a haunted basement, or snooping through a creepy attic. Thinking of cheating? A live camera feed will make sure teams stay on the up-and-up, in addition to providing some funny footage for review later on. There will even be prizes for the winning team. For example, you get to keep your soul. Seriously, have these people never watch a scary movie in their lives?
    Xtreme Ghost Hunt Challenge

    47 Steinwehr Ave, Gettysburg

    • Compete in a series of team challenges during an evening ghost hunt
    • Test your courage by hanging out in creepy locations by yourself
    • Win prizes and watch your performance later thanks to a live video stream
    • Form a team with your friends for a hilariously hair-raising bonding experience
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