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»
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»
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 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»
Toronto has been an economic hub since the 1850s. Come take a journey through the heart of its Financial District. You will gain insight into the architectural and commercial evolution of Toronto, along with the innovations that enabled the... 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»
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»
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»
Most Canadian cities are defined by hills and mountains, but Toronto has an upside-down quality. Its ravines are its hidden treasures, and you have to seek them out.
On this walk, you'll cross over Rosedale Valley and wind your way into... More»
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»
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.
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»
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!
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»