Detroit is a massive city. It covers over 139 square miles, but only two of these count as the downtown. This makes our rarely enjoyed, super cheap and mostly useless People Mover a great way to learn about the rich history of Detroit.
Come experience the sights, sounds, and history of Elora as we cycle along the Elora Gorge, Elora's historic downtown core, and a myriad of bicycle paths along the Grand River. Look and listen as we discover how the Gorge was created, it's... More»
The route begins at the Laboratory Schools founded by John Dewey, and winds through the University of Chicago. Along the way walkers will encounter world renowned architects and Nobel Laureates, robber barons and artists, the DuSable Museum of... More»
This tour will take you to some of the timeless, classic spots that evoke the unique character of Chicago's Loop. It includes charming stories that tell you what each place is like now and how it got that way, from classic restaurants to shops and... More»
Amy Bizzarri, author of 111 Places in Chicago That You Must Not Miss, takes you on a fascinating guided tour of hidden historical spots in Chicago's gilded Gold Coast. Peep behind the gates of the original Playboy Mansion, walk along a wooden... More»
Before winning the World Series in 2016, it was believed that the Chicago Cubs were cursed. Starting and ending at Wrigley Field itself, find out more about that curse on this fictional tour of Chicago's Wrigleyville and Boystown neighborhoods.
Travel to a time before white Europeans "tamed" the wilderness of Western Pennsylvania, when Indians built mounds and walked trails. Be wary, though. It becomes the most dangerous place on Earth. We begin at Logstown, the original Wild West town,... More»
Join me on a drive through the colonial history of Pennsylvania. I'll help you see Indians and frontier settlers walking trails that modern roads follow today. You won't believe all you have been missing. Indians and white settlers tell of a time... More»
Join me on a drive through the colonial history of Pennsylvania. I'll help you to see the Indians and frontier settlers that once walked the trails Pennsylvania roads follow today. You won't believe all you have been missing. Indians and white... More»
This route explores the Milwaukee neighborhood of Riverwest via stories about ghosts. Journalist Tea Krulos was working on a book that examines the lives of paranormal investigators, titled Monster Hunters, and was curious about what ghost stories... More»
Travel to a time before white Europeans "tamed" the wilderness of Western Pennsylvania, when Indians built mounds and walked trails. Be wary, though. It becomes the most dangerous place on Earth. We begin at the forts built at the Forks of the... More»
Love science? Don't miss a chance to tour Fermilab, the premier particle physics lab in the United States! Come visit the herd of bison, snap photos at the sci-fi-looking bubble chamber, and marvel at the past and present experiments that explore... More»
Voted 2nd coolest neighbourhood in the world by Vogue Magazine, West Queen West is the Brooklyn of Toronto. Known for it's emphasis on arts & culture, fashion, excellent food, and a lively nightlife, this is the neighbourhood to visit if you want... More»
This walk will take you along the two busiest streets of Toronto: Front Street and Yonge Street.
This tour will be Toronto tourism on speed: we're walking past most of the biggest attractions and landmarks in an hour. Join me while we walk past... More»
Explore the vibrant streetscape from the Art Gallery of Ontario through the adjacent Chinatown, and concluding in Kensington Market, an eclectic and historic neighbourhood that is a National Historic Sight. Learn about the history of Chinatown and... More»
Queen Street West was recently declared the second coolest street in the world: to Canadians it's the coolest street in the country, and a defining part of Toronto.
Join me while we explore Toronto's fashion district, walk past cannabis stores... More»