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 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»
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»
Take a walk through one of the Seven Wonders of the World, through the history of one of the great civilizations that shaped a continent through millennia. Learn about their life, religion, architecture and astronomic mastery.
We'll visit the... 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»
Join Rob Wickens founder of LoveoftheCentralCoast.com as he introduces you to what is often ranked the “Happiest City in America”. This Essentials tour will share tidbits that even locals rarely learn or stumble across.
So before you take your... More»
Join me on this tour exploring some of the best urban murals Sacramento has to offer. Along the way we'll find out about the artists and what inspires them to create their unique pieces. See Sacramento like you've never seen it before. You'll... More»
How did Sacramento come to be California's capital city?
What was the city's founder, a Swiss named Johann Sutter, doing here in what once was Spanish territory?
How did his efforts to expand a fort here at the confluence of two rivers lead to... More»
Join Modoc descendent Cheewa James on a riveting and epic driving journey through the historic sites of the Modoc War, starting from Klamath Falls, Oregon to the Lava Beds National Monument in California. Along the way you’ll discover the roots... More»
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»
Tulum is one of the most beautiful cities in the Maya world; nested on the top of the only cliff in the area its temples overlook the turquoise waters of the Mexican Caribbean Sea. Enjoy its gardens and swim in the beautiful white sandy beach that... More»
This Monterey State Historic Park and Fisherman’s Wharf Walking Tour is a collaboration by Lynn Momboisse and Dale Byrne.
On this walking tour we will explore Fisherman’s Wharf and the surrounding area which include the Portola Plaza, Custom... More»
Every year thousands of people visit California's world famous village of Carmel by the Sea. Meandering through art galleries, shops and restaurants on Ocean Avenue, and a visit to Carmel Beach are the usual "musts" for first time visitors. It's... More»
One of the most frequent questions we hear from visitors to Carmel-by-the-Sea is, “Where are the Fairy Tale Houses?” This walking tour will address this question, as we will lead you on a walk that will take you by eleven of the more famous fairy... More»
This Carmel-by-the-Sea in an Hour Walking Tour is a collaboration by Carmel Residents Association members Lynn Momboisse and Dale Byrne. To fit this tour into an hour for people that are on a tight schedule we keep things moving along. But, don’t... More»
On this off-the-beaten-path walking tour of Carmel-by-the-Sea, we will visit Carmel Beach as well as many other unique and hidden out of the way places. You will begin in downtown Carmel at the historic Pine Inn, visit First Murphy House Museum,... More»