- $39.99 for one admission to a with Philadelphia Food and History Walking Tour
- Upon purchase, you may schedule for one of the available dates
- You must reserve your date here in advance of the event
Each event is capped at 10 purchasers; each event requires a minimum of 4 purchasers in order to take place.
What You'll Do
Philadelphia's iconic foods and photogenic sites are the focal points of this two-hour walking tour that explores Rittenhouse Square and the city's Business District. The 1.5-mile trail winds through the shadows of the Wannamaker Building, Reading Terminal Market, City Hall, and a marketplace that has been humming with customers and vendors since 1892. As you walk, you'll sample Philadelphia staples such as the cheesesteak, the pretzel, and tomato pie while learning bits of interesting trivia. Former chef, Philly native, and Campos Deli cheesesteak loyalist Kevin Ortiz leads the tour, which is wheelchair- and family-friendly.
Marvel at Iconic Philadelphia Buildings
Stroll through Rittenhouse Square and the Business District and learn about City Hall, Reading Terminal Market, and the Wannamaker Building
Savor Philadelphia Food Staples
Sample cheesesteaks, pretzels, tomato pie, and gourmet cheeses as your guide imparts trivia about Philly's food heritage
Immerse Yourself in Philadelphia's History
Hear little known facts about William Penn and his efforts to create the city, and visit a marketplace that traces its roots to 1892
Foodie and Tour Guide
Jeffrey Diaz wants to get you out of your comfort zone. During his restaurant tours, he and his fellow guides encourage tour-goers to try entirely new dishes and drinks. The job is a natural fit for Jeffrey, who spent more than 20 years as a chef and has worked as a tour guide in Philadelphia, Oregon, and Washington, D.C.