Discover Allston's most cherished music venues, including Great Scott, O'Brien's, and the newbie in town, Brighton Music Hall. Hungry? Stop by Five Guys or Sunset Grill & Tap, or grab a drink at Tavern in The Square before you head out!
Whether you are a resident or a visitor, Keene, New Hampshire has stories to share with you. On this tour, you’ll hear local third grade students from Franklin Elementary School tell you about historic locations here in Keene. The town was settled... More»
This scenic walk brings you through one of the most beautiful vistas in Portland, Maine, starting with a spectacular overlook of Portland Harbor, Casco Bay and the Islands, and continuing down by the waterfront to East End Beach.
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The Sound and Story Project of the Hudson Valley is a non- profit organization whose mission is to strengthen community through the power of listening. We believe by sharing the stories of ordinary people we can help each other become more aware... More»
This tour will take you through the fairgrounds for the historic New York City World’s Fairs of 1939-40 and 1964-65. We’ll visit iconic sites of both fairs, hearing about the architecture, design and history of the famous Unisphere, The New York... More»
New York City's Lower East Side neighborhood is full of old tenement buildings... and many people think some of them are haunted! On this fictional tour, our lead character Robbie has just seen a ghost. Follow him to learn about the spirit and... More»
You'll start at the southern tip of Manhattan for this fun and fact-filled tour of New York City's Financial District, also known as FiDi. Walk down the world-famous Wall Street and take in some major landmarks along the way such as the New York... More»
This route is great for anyone who wants to explore an unusual area of New York. This walk starts at Brighton Beach which is in Little Russia and journeys into the exciting Coney Island amusement park. The route will introduce you to a diverse... More»
This is a place where artisans and musicians live side by side with new families and old immigrants. It's a real, working neighbourhood where you're likely to see old men gossiping on the street corner the way they've done for fifty years,... More»
This route explores the north central Philadelphia waterfront, focusing on what remains of this historic locale after the installation of Interstate I-95 in the 1970s, and relating (among other things) how early Quaker settlors lived in caves... More»
Come join an intrepid team of American investigative history street scourers as they voyage from one major American symbol to next: Liberty! Freedom! Prisons. Human rights abuses. Bad art. You think you know America? Well, wait til you see America.
Starting where Ottawa began, a short walk will take you to the very best city viewpoint. Beginning back when there was nothing here but forest, you will see where and hear how Ottawa began and gain a pretty good feeling for the circumstances,... More»
This walk takes you through the campus of Howard University, the only historically black college or university in the nation's capital. You'll see and hear about some of the historic landmarks on campus making Howard University one of the top... More»
Your guide’s investigations of the mysterious phenomenon discovered in the Enid A. Haupt Garden continue on a walk through the parks south of Union Station. Join her for the second installment of this fictional walk series.
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