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September 22, 2014

The Great 12-Hour Tour, A Totally Free Tour Of The Entire City Of Philadelphia, Returns This Weekend, Saturday, September 27

This weekend, discover an amazing array of Philadelphia’s museums, cultural venues, historic sites and organizations in a single day on the annual Great 12-Hour Tour. This Saturday, September 27, embark on a free, ambitious 12-hour walking tour of Philadelphia led by members of the Association of Philadelphia Tour Guides, some of the most knowledgable tour […]

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September 24, 2013

The Great Tour, A Totally Free 12-Hour Tour Of The Entire City Of Philadelphia, Returns This Weekend, Saturday, September 28

Do you love Philadelphia? Well, this weekend you can discover an amazing array of Philadelphia’s museums, cultural venues, historic sites and organizations in a single day. This Saturday, September 28, embark on a free, epic 12-hour walking tour of Philadelphia led by members of the Association of Philadelphia Tour Guides, some of the most knowledgable […]

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September 11, 2013

Save The Date: The Great Tour, A Free All-Day Tour Of Multiple Areas Of Philadelphia, Returns On Saturday, September 28

It’s no secret that Philadelphia has a pretty extensive history — with sights like the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Elfreth’s Alley, Eastern State Penitentiary and Fairmount Water Works, there’s a lot to learn and keep up with. On Saturday, September 28, embark on a free, epic walking tour of Philadelphia led by members of the […]

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August 20, 2012

The Association of Philadelphia Tour Guides To Lead The Third Annual Great 12-Hour Tour Of Philadelphia On Saturday, September 8

This month, we’ve been crazy about daycations to help you save money and time while enjoying summer in the Philadelphia area. But how about a daycation right in our own city? The Association of Philadelphia Tour Guides presents the third annual Great 12-Hour Tour on Saturday, September 8 from 8 a.m.-8 p.m., celebrating Philly’s hundreds […]

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July 18, 2012

Penn’s Landing Invites You To Unearth History At The West Shipyard Archaeological Dig Starting Today, July 18, Through July 20

Philadelphia prides itself as a city rich in American history. With landmarks and historic sites like Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, it’s no wonder why. But have you ever wondered what’s below the ground? Starting today, July 18, the Delaware Waterfront Corporation invites you to Penn’s Landing to watch the exciting work and tour […]

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July 10, 2012

Hidden City Philadelphia Kicks Off A New Series Of One-Off, Limited-Access Tours Of Intimate Sites Around The City With A Sneak Peek Of Little Baby’s Future Ice Cream Shop, July 11

The good people at Hidden City Philadelphia are back in action: they’re relaunching a series of limited-access tours of obscure and interesting sites in Philadelphia, the first of which is a preview of the new location of super popular mobile ice cream venture Little Baby’s Ice Cream on Frankford Avenue. After the huge success of […]

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September 27, 2011

October Is Mural Arts Month: Celebrate With Exhibitions, Walking Tours, Mural Dedications, Chef Collaborations, Public Painting Days And More

The City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program has christened October Mural Arts Month. As such, the entire month will be highlighted by events emphasizing “how art ignites change.” Exhibitions, mural dedications, mural tours, public painting opportunities and unusual events will take place throughout the city. Check out a few highlights during the month-long commemoration: • […]

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September 19, 2011

Philadelphia Open Studio Tours Return For Two Weekends In October, Featuring Free Tours Of Dozens Of Local Art Studios

Find the visual arts in your neighborhood during this year’s Philly Open Studio Tours (POST), the largest tour program of artist studios and creative work spaces in the region. For venues West of Broad Street, the tours will take place Saturday and Sunday, October 1 and 2, and for venues East of Broad Street, October […]

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