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Philadelphia Pub Crawl

Philadelphia Pub Crawl - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

From USD
$55.00

Get a taste for Philadelphia’s local craft brewery culture on this small-group walking tour during happy hour! Soak up the lively atmosphere as you walk to three bars tailored to the group’s vibe. Sample a full-sized beer at each place, enjoy a delicious snack and learn all about the local bar scene from your friendly guide.

Meet across from Philadelphia's City Hall in the evening and soak up the buzzing atmosphere as people conclude their work day ... More info ›

Get a taste for Philadelphia’s local craft brewery culture on this small-group walking tour during happy hour! Soak up the lively atmosphere as you walk to three bars tailored to the group’s vibe. Sample a full-sized beer at each place, enjoy a delicious snack and learn all about the local bar scene from your friendly guide.

Meet across from Philadelphia's City Hall in the evening and soak up the buzzing atmosphere as people conclude their work day. Like many of them, you’ll head to your first happy hour destination.

With your guide, choose three bars to fit the group’s interests, preferences and vibe. For instance, you can head to an Irish pub with a local flare or visit the oldest continuously operating bar in the city, dating back to 1860, where the beer is crafted just steps away from your table.

Some of the places you may visit include Philadelphia Brewing Company, Victory, Yards, Troegs, Flying Fish, Sly Fox, Dogfish Head, Nodding Head and Dock Street Brewing Company. Your guide will tell you about the history of each bar you visit, and explain the culture of this city’s craft breweries.

One full-sized beer at each bar is included, as well as small appetizers. After happy hour, end your beer tour at Rittenhouse Square, a perfect location for you to continue your beer journey or grab some dinner on your own.

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Philadelphia Brewery Tour with Lunch or Dinner

Philadelphia Brewery Tour with Lunch or Dinner - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Duration: 5 hours
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

From USD
$99.00

Learn about Philadelphia’s thriving brewpub scene and taste up to 15 types of beer on this guided, morning brewery tour with lunch. See how beer is made and chat with brewery owners about their operations ... More info ›

Learn about Philadelphia’s thriving brewpub scene and taste up to 15 types of beer on this guided, morning brewery tour with lunch. See how beer is made and chat with brewery owners about their operations. Visit some of Philly's most popular brewpubs, including the Philadelphia Brewing Company and the Dock Street Brewery, to name a couple possibilities. Round-trip transportation by bus in downtown Philadelphia is included.

Get to know Philadelphia’s thriving beer scene on this guided, morning brew tour. Chat with brewery owners and learn about the equipment used to make beer, the brewing process, and best of all, what the different kinds of beer taste like — up to 15 of them, in fact.

On this original brew tour, meet the guide in downtown Philly on Filbert Street, then hop on a bus and travel to four unique breweries. Learn about the different types of beer as well as the history and specialty of each brewery. Stops may include the Flying Fish Brewing Company, the Philadelphia Brewing Company, the Lunacy Brewing Company, Saint Benjamin, the Dock Street Brewery, Crime and Punishment, Yards Brewing Company, and/or Brauhaus Schmitz. All tours include a delicious lunch and beer pairing at 2nd Story Brewing.

This tour combines humor, history, education, and good food to help explore Philadelphia's celebrated beers and breweries. Relax with roundtrip transportation and a full afternoon of tastings on the ultimate Philly beer experience.

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Sip of Philly Brewery Tour

Sip of Philly Brewery Tour - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

From USD
$70.00

Learn about Philadelphia’s thriving brewery and distillery scene, tasting up to 12 beers or local spirits on this guided tour. See how beer is made and chat with brewery owners about their operations ... More info ›

Learn about Philadelphia’s thriving brewery and distillery scene, tasting up to 12 beers or local spirits on this guided tour. See how beer is made and chat with brewery owners about their operations. Visit some of Philly's most popular breweries and distilleries, including the Philadelphia Brewing Company and the Dock Street Brewery, to name a couple possibilities. Round-trip transportation by minibus is included.

Get to know Philadelphia’s thriving beer scene on this guided brew tour. Chat with brewery owners and learn about the equipment used to make beer, the brewing process, and best of all, what up to 12 kinds of beer and local spirits taste like.

On this brew tour, meet your guide in downtown Philly in front of the Philadelphia Convention Center, then hop on a bus and travel to three local breweries or distilleries. Learn about the different types of beer as well as the history and specialty of each brewery. Stops may include the Flying Fish Brewing Company, the Philadelphia Brewing Company, the Lunacy Brewing Company, the Dock Street Brewery, Crime and Punishment, Yards Brewing Company, and/or Cooper River Distilling.  Locations visited vary by date.

This tour combines humor, history, education, Philly pretzels, bottled water, a VIP lanyard while exploring some of Philadelphia's celebrated breweries and distilleries. Relax with roundtrip transportation and 3.5 hours of tastings on this Philly experience.

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Eat Drink and Experience Philly Walking Tour

Eat Drink and Experience Philly Walking Tour - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Duration: 9 hours
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

From USD
$119.00

Art, history, culture, diversity and of course food and beer capture the essence of Philly on this epic journey through our city’s great neighborhoods! From Jewish delis to Italian markets, churches, cemeteries, public art, and local craft beer, this tour gives you a slice of the real Philly.  See the iconic landmarks that shaped America before tapping into Philly's legendary beer scene on this total Philly adventure.

Discover the diversity of Philly in the best way possible — local style! You’ll start your tour exploring the ever-colorful South Street, then into the Bella Vista neighborhood for a glimpse of some beautiful mosaics ... More info ›

Art, history, culture, diversity and of course food and beer capture the essence of Philly on this epic journey through our city’s great neighborhoods! From Jewish delis to Italian markets, churches, cemeteries, public art, and local craft beer, this tour gives you a slice of the real Philly.  See the iconic landmarks that shaped America before tapping into Philly's legendary beer scene on this total Philly adventure.

Discover the diversity of Philly in the best way possible — local style! You’ll start your tour exploring the ever-colorful South Street, then into the Bella Vista neighborhood for a glimpse of some beautiful mosaics. From there, we’ll hit up the oh-so-tempting tastes of the famous Italian market- the oldest and largest everyday open-air market in America.It is one of Philly’s must-see attractions as you wander past the myriad of local stores carrying everything from cheese to chocolate, as well as the city’s best bakeries.

We'll continue this tour with Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens, which showcases the mosaic art of Isaiah Zagar. 

From there, discover Philly’s eclectic and dynamic South Street, as well as one of the country’s most historic neighborhoods, Queen Village. If you’re hungry, you’ll have a chance to pick up some lunch and rest your feet.  Your guide will have plenty of great recommendations.   

On the next part or your journey, you’ll visit those unmissable Philly sights. You’ll gather at the Philly Tour Hub, where you'll meet your second guide of the day (or possibly continue on with your first guide). From there, we’ll weave through the charming back alleys of Old City, and down the oldest continuously occupied residential street in the country. 

You'll get some great views of the site of Ben Franklin's home as the tour continues through Philly’s Historic District. Past Franklin Court, you’ll be greeted with views of Independence Mall, the National Constitution Center, and the U.S. Mint. We’ll also pass the Liberty Bell, where we might get a chance to go inside for pictures. Then off to Washington Square for stories of William Penn and possibly visit the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.  We continue through Independence National Park and the must-see front yard of Independence Hall, sight of the signing of the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution.

In our opinion, there are few better ways to get to know a city than over a beer with a local. You'll meet your beer guide (or potentially continue on with one of your original guides!) at City Hall just as locals are finishing up their workday.

We’ll have the option to visit the oldest continuously operating bar in Philadelphia, a classic dive bar, an Irish pub with local flair, a modern beer café, and many other neighborhood bars and pubs. At each location, we'll talk about the history of these bars and why they are so popular. 

One drink at each bar is included with the tour, as well as a pub or street snack. And the bars we visit all have one thing in common: a taste for Philadelphia's local craft beers and breweries! 

After happy hour, end your Philadelphia tour at the tour's final pub. From there you’ll be able to continue on your own Philly beer journey, grab some dinner at one of Philadelphia's many great restaurants nearby, or head straight back to your new favorite Philadelphia pub.

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Philadelphia Prohibition Pub Crawl

Philadelphia Prohibition Pub Crawl  - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

From USD
$50.00

Spend a fun and fascinating evening socializing and learning about Philadelphia’s dark side on this pub crawl. Your guide will entertain you with stories of the prohibition days and gangsters such as Al Capone and Leo Lanzetti on this tour that takes you to at least three local taverns ... More info ›

Spend a fun and fascinating evening socializing and learning about Philadelphia’s dark side on this pub crawl. Your guide will entertain you with stories of the prohibition days and gangsters such as Al Capone and Leo Lanzetti on this tour that takes you to at least three local taverns. Savor a free beer, shot and snack; take advantage of drink specials; and answer trivia questions to win more free beer. This tour is the perfect way to learn more about Philadelphia while enjoying a relaxing night out meeting new people!

Your pub crawl begins at Independence Visitor Center where you can make your way to the pubs to access exclusive drink specials. Once everyone’s settled, you’ll receive your complimentary beer, shot and snack.

Relax with your food and drink and get to know the rest of your group, while your knowledgeable guide periodically regales you with spooky and scandalous tales from Philadelphia’s history. After a couple of hours, hit the streets and walk to two more historic taverns.

At each bar, you’ll be eligible for drink specials and have time to mix and mingle with your group as your guide shares more anecdotes about Philadelphia’s past. Learn about the Prohibition gangsters including Al Capone, Mickey Duffy, Waxey Gordon and Leo Lanzetti who fought to control the city’s liquor trade.

Throughout your tour, your guide will also lead icebreakers and drinking games. Plus, you’ll have the chance to answer trivia questions and win free drinks!

Your historic and haunted pub crawl includes about 8 blocks of walking and wraps up at JJ Bootleggers Moonshine Bar. From there, it’s easy to keep exploring the city’s nightlife with your new friends!

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RAW Culture: Ben Franklin Cheesesteak Tour

 RAW Culture: Ben Franklin Cheesesteak Tour - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Duration: 105 minutes
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

From USD
$29.00

Visceral, revealing, and gritty- RAW Culture is Colonial and Revolutionary mixed with the refreshingly unexpected, and suitable for family and friends alike. Follow the footsteps of Anothony Bourdain and paths trodden by Pope Francis and Paul Revere ... More info ›

Visceral, revealing, and gritty- RAW Culture is Colonial and Revolutionary mixed with the refreshingly unexpected, and suitable for family and friends alike. Follow the footsteps of Anothony Bourdain and paths trodden by Pope Francis and Paul Revere. Of Jefferson, and of Hamilton. And see the tallest building Washington had ever seen in his life. Includes cheesesteaks, complimentary lemonade or home-style ice tea; and negotiated cafe, restaurant, bar, and shop discounts on the very block where we end in the heart of Philadelphia's historic district.

How did George Washington circumvent anti-slave laws while president in a free state? Why did Benjamin Franklin’s slaves carry him around on their shoulders, and where were they purchased? Where did Franklin conduct his electrical experiments? And what of the bodies discovered under what was once the statesmen's home? Where were the United States Marines formed? America's first bank robbery? Benedict Arnold's house? What Church steeple did John Adam's climb to the top of when dared, and dangled his legs from over the edge? In what colonial hotels did famous pirates Blackbeard and Captain Kidd stay in, and to whom did they fence their goods? Where were National Treasure and other Hollywood movies filmed? And on what corner did the wealthiest man in America have his face ran over by a horse-drawn cart?

For the best of the best true RAW Culture living history delivered by university professors, published authors and young professionals in the absolute rawest terms join the most scandalously unorthodox authentically original sightseeing experience consistently voted best in the city for originality and research.

Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Ben Franklin, George Washington, and John Adams’ homes; Christ Church, movie set locations, Continental Congress, Tun Tavern, famous pirates and the marines, Philly's slave auction block, and 25 historic daylight landmarks in all. Grim's RAW Culture day tours capture the spirit of our unconventional evening varieties while embracing a fact-pact bombardment of educational sightseeing entertainment by authors, professors, and young professionals in the primary locations sought after by tourists, and a couple off the beaten path.

Visceral, revealing, and gritty- RAW Culture is Colonial and Revolutionary mixed with the refreshingly unexpected, and suitable for family and friends alike. Walk the paths trodden by Pope Francis and Paul Revere. Of Jefferson, and of Hamilton. And see the tallest building Washington had ever seen in his life.

End your tour with $4 cheesesteaks, complimentary lemonade or home-style ice tea; and negotiated cafe, restaurant, bar, and shop discounts on the very block where we end in the heart of Philadelphia's historic district. After a super sightseeing adventure your afternoon will have practically paid for itself with your Grim Philly negotiated discounts as a service to our guests. And, our local guides (guaranteed college grads) will be also on hand for any directions, and recommendations for hidden gems throughout the city and burbs for those staying on in the metro area.

Duration: 1 hr 45 min+

Tour meets in front of the doors to the Independence Visitors Center, NE corner of 6th and Market Streets

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