Events

Upcoming events

    • September 29, 2018
    • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Meet on the northeast corner of 40th and Baltimore (3940 Baltimore in Google Maps)
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    The University of Pennsylvania’s leafy campus looks like its been there since the Ivy League school’s founding, but in fact it is a recent creation. Between 1955 and 1975 Penn worked with City and State officials to radically transform the area between 32nd to 40th, and Spruce to Market, closing streets, undergrounding the Woodland Avenue trolley line and tearing down numerous row houses, including much of the neighborhood known as the “Black Bottom.” This tour will explore how Penn used the powerful mechanisms of urban renewal created after World War II to acquire land and fund new construction for the rapidly growing university. We’ll also take a look at the evolution of Penn’s relationship with the surrounding community, from the defensive urbanism of the 70s and 80s to the creation of the Penn Alexander School and housing subsidy program for university employees during the presidency of Judy Rodin.

    But let’s not forget the architecture! Penn’s campus features some of Philly’s most magnificent buildings, including the Fisher Fine Arts Library designed by Frank Furness (we’ll peak our heads in), College Hall and the Quadrangle Dormitories. It is also home to some unfortunate examples of 1960s brutalism, along with quite a bit of new construction.

    Don’t miss this chance to learn about how Philadelphia’s most prestigious and powerful institution reshaped its surroundings. We promise you’ll never look at University City the same way again!

    Tour guide Adam Clements moved to Philly from New England to attend La Salle University, where he earned an MA in Public History. A resident of West Philly for almost a decade, he is fascinated with the neighborhoods of this city: how they started, what made them change, and where they are headed.


    • October 06, 2018
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Meet in front of Rebecca Gratz Club apartments, 532 Spruce St.
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    From the 1880's through the 1920's the area between Spruce and Christian Street and 2nd and 6th was the Philadelphia equivalent of New York's famous Lower East Side. Jewish immigrants from Eastern Europe created a vibrant community with its own Yiddish Theater, literary societies and newspapers, along with synagogues and banks, bath houses and delicatessens.

    This walk begins at the former Rebecca Gratz Club, 532 Spruce Street, with an introduction to early Jewish life in the Philadelphia, and then continues to explore the rest of the “Jewish Quarter”, pointing out sites of former bathhouses, shuls, newspapers, theaters, stores, social service buildings, union halls, banks and hospitals, as well as the still-active Society Hill Synagogue and Congregation Bnai Abraham, and several businesses along Fabric Row. Hear about the dramatic Kosher butcher strike of 1911, the ongoing debate over the origin of the first hot-dog roll, and which short-lived local newspaper used to publish articles by Sholom Aleichem.

    Meet in front of the Rebecca Gratz Club Apartments, 532 Spruce Street.

    Questions, concerns, conundrums? Contact Hidden City project director Pete Woodall at 267-259-7112 or pwoodall@hiddencityphila.org

    Jerry Silverman is a certified member of the Association of Philadelphia Tour Guides. He earned a Bachelor of Hebrew Literature and a Master of Jewish Education, and has taught Hebrew and Judaica at numerous institutions including Gratz College. Jerry served as the High School principal of Temple Beth Sholom in Cherry Hill, NJ, as well as the Educational Director of Temple Beth Zion-Beth Israel. Since 2009, Jerry has been giving tours as part of the Philadelphia Mural Arts Program, including developing a special Jewish-themed tour. He is a founding member of the Museum of American Jewish History and was on the boards of The Little Shul and Congregation Rodeph Shalom.


    • October 13, 2018
    • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • 1346 N. Broad St. (Broad and Master) in front of the Freedom Theater
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    For stunning late Victorian Gothic Revival architecture combined with fascinating social history, it's tough to beat Church of the Advocate at 18th and Diamond, the final stop on this tour but the first thing we want to tell you about (we didn't want to bury the lede!). The church's progressive social practices began at its founding with the abolition of "pew rents" and reached their height in the 1960s and 70s when it hosted the Conference of Black Power, the Black Panther Conference and the first ordination of women in the Episcopal church. We'll step inside the church's magnificent sanctuary, where a series of 14 murals painted in the 1970s depict scenes from the African-American experience in the company of guide Judith Robinson, a longtime resident of neighboring Strawberry Mansion.

    The tour will begin at Broad and Master, site of famed 19th century Shakespearean actor Edwin Forrest's mansion and now home to the Freedom Theater. We'll walk up Broad Street from there, and talk about Father Divine, the Columbia Avenue riots, Reverend Leon Sullivan's program of African-American economic empowerment, the long lost Monument Cemetery, Temple University's recent construction and expansion plans, plus a whole lot more. You'll never look at Philly the same way again. We guarantee it!




    • October 13, 2018
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Meet at the southeast corner of 13th and Wood Sts.
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    When David Lynch moved to Philadelphia in the late 1960s to attend PAFA, he discovered a city that was both terrifying and inspiring. Explore the neighborhood just blocks away from PAFA that so electrified Lynch's imagination with two guides: Hidden City's Peter Woodall and Lynch--and Eraserhood--aficionado, Bob Bruhin. During this one-and-a-half hour walking tour, we'll delve into the area's industrial history, as well as the sights and sounds that inspired Lynch's movies, particularly Eraserhead.tumblr_mz7sb8WPyR1rovfcgo4_1280
    • October 20, 2018
    • 12:30 PM - 4:30 PM
    • Meet in the garden of the American Philosophical Society, southeast corner of 5th and Chestnut across the street from the Monaco Hotel
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    It's back! Our once-a-year, bicycle-based field trip exploring Philadelphia's 500 million years of geologic history, which is all around us yet rarely seen.We'll start in Old City near Independence Hall, ride to the beautiful and scenic banks of the Schuylkill River, and then on to historic RittenhouseTown on Wissahickon Creek. We'll stop at a number of locations along the way, where guide Ray Scheinfeld will talk about the complex geology of this area as well as the surface water drainage and cultural features that shaped over 300 years of development. These geologic features presented numerous engineering design, environmental, and construction challenges during Philadelphia's history and development.

    The trip will proceed at a pace of 9-12 miles per hour with frequent stops. The tour will cover a round trip distance of approximately 18 miles and there will be several opportunities to shorten the trip if desired. The terrain is generally level with a few small (<30 feet) gradual elevation changes. The entire trip is on paved streets and bicycle paths.

    Participants may bring their own bicycles or may rent bicycles at one of several locations near the start of the trip (list provided on request). Helmets are required for the trip (provided with the bicycle rental or bring your own). No bicycle repair support will be provided during the trip. A refreshing snack will be provided to participants on the return leg of the trip. Trip rain date is Sunday May 23rd. Trip is limited to 25 participants. Minimum age is 16 years old.

    • October 21, 2018
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Meet in front of Powel House, 244 S. 3rd Street
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    Meet in front of Powel House, 244 S. 3rd Street.

    No neighborhood in Philadelphia has as complex and contradictory a history as Society Hill. Once it was home to Philadelphia’s aristocracy, and today it features dozens of million dollar houses. Ah, but so much happened in the 150 years in between!

    Society Hill has so much compelling material that we’ve split the tour into two parts. This one will explore the neighborhood beginning around 1900 when it was home to many small factories and workshops, along with Jewish immigrants and a a poor and working class African-American community. We’ll delve into its role as the birthplace of Philadelphia’s historic preservation movement and as the site of an ambitious urban renewal scheme starting in the 1950s. The tour will begin with a visit inside Powel House, which is perhaps Philadelphia’s most deceptive house museum, possessing a history that mirrors the neighborhood’s to a remarkable degree.

    You’ll never look at Society Hill the same way again!

    Questions, concerns, conundrums? Contact Hidden City project director Pete Woodall at 267-259-7112 or pwoodall@hiddencityphila.org

    Mickey Herr lived in many places until her heart settled in Philadelphia. She has led the development and communications efforts for several significant non-profit cultural institutions in Philadelphia. Current interests involve elevating the hidden-histories of women. She is at work on a novel, and gives tours for Hidden City Philadelphia, both of which are allowing her to research incredible untold stories of women. She believes in ghosts, synchronicity, and taking chances. Read her writing on Philadelphia, history and geneology at mickeyherr.com.




    • October 21, 2018
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Main cemetery gate, 62nd & Kingsessing -- 6191 Kingsessing Ave. for Google Maps
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    Mount Moriah is the largest cemetery in Pennsylvania, and home to some of our city's finest grave architecture.  Trees and vines have engulfed the gravestones in some areas, giving the place the feel of a lost city in the jungle.  Almost every style of tomb can be found here, from Egyptian Revival to Art Nouveau. Guests will learn about the role of cemeteries as a place for leisure in the Victorian era, as well as the influence of the Freemasons.

    This tour requires significant walking, so practical shoes and water are a must. Part wilderness and part sculpture-garden, this city of the dead is by turns eerie and poignant. Join Hidden City as we peel back the canopy and reveal the wonders below.



    • October 27, 2018
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Meet in lobby of Reading Terminal Head House (entrance under curved Convention Center sign on Market St. just east of 12th St.) PLEASE NOTE: Meeting place is Reading Terminal Head House, not Reading Terminal Market.
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    Philadelphia has long been a jazz hub, with cool cats like John Coltrane, Lee Morgan, Jimmy Smith, and Benny Golson calling the city home. Such figures were mainstays in the clubs and concert halls that made up an integral part of the mid-20th century urban landscape. This tour will highlight key locations and stories from Philly’s heyday as a jazz mecca in the 1950s and 1960s up until the present. We’ll begin near the site of the famed Earle Theatre at 11th and Market Streets. From there, we’ll head down South Broad Street, a major club thoroughfare. The tour will end at Broad and Fitzwater Streets. Put some pep in your step and come join the fun!

    Tour leader Jack McCarthy is a longtime Philadelphia archivist and historian who specializes in Philadelphia music history. Jack has a master’s degree in music history and regularly lectures, writes, and gives walking tours on the subject. He has directed several Philadelphia music history projects, including major projects for the Philadelphia Orchestra, Historical Society of Pennsylvania, and Mann Music Center, and served as consulting archivist/historian for the award-winning 2013 radio documentary Going Black: The Legacy of Philly Soul Radio. Jack writes on Philadelphia music history for the Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia and the online magazine Hidden City Philadelphia.



    • November 11, 2018
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Meet in front of Rebecca Gratz Club apartments, 532 Spruce St.
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    From the 1880's through the 1920's the area between Spruce and Christian Street and 2nd and 6th was the Philadelphia equivalent of New York's famous Lower East Side. Jewish immigrants from Eastern Europe created a vibrant community with its own Yiddish Theater, literary societies and newspapers, along with synagogues and banks, bath houses and delicatessens.

    This walk begins at the former Rebecca Gratz Club, 532 Spruce Street, with an introduction to early Jewish life in the Philadelphia, and then continues to explore the rest of the “Jewish Quarter”, pointing out sites of former bathhouses, shuls, newspapers, theaters, stores, social service buildings, union halls, banks and hospitals, as well as the still-active Society Hill Synagogue and Congregation Bnai Abraham, and several businesses along Fabric Row. Hear about the dramatic Kosher butcher strike of 1911, the ongoing debate over the origin of the first hot-dog roll, and which short-lived local newspaper used to publish articles by Sholom Aleichem.

    Meet in front of the Rebecca Gratz Club Apartments, 532 Spruce Street.

    Questions, concerns, conundrums? Contact Hidden City project director Pete Woodall at 267-259-7112 or pwoodall@hiddencityphila.org

    Jerry Silverman is a certified member of the Association of Philadelphia Tour Guides. He earned a Bachelor of Hebrew Literature and a Master of Jewish Education, and has taught Hebrew and Judaica at numerous institutions including Gratz College. Jerry served as the High School principal of Temple Beth Sholom in Cherry Hill, NJ, as well as the Educational Director of Temple Beth Zion-Beth Israel. Since 2009, Jerry has been giving tours as part of the Philadelphia Mural Arts Program, including developing a special Jewish-themed tour. He is a founding member of the Museum of American Jewish History and was on the boards of The Little Shul and Congregation Rodeph Shalom.


Past events

September 23, 2018 Society Hill: The Great Deceiver, Part I
September 23, 2018 Death & Life at Mt. Moriah Cemetery
September 16, 2018 Exploring David Lynch's "Eraserhood"
September 16, 2018 Philadelphia's Lost Jewish Quarter
September 09, 2018 Society Hill: The Great Deceiver, Part II--CANCELLED
August 19, 2018 Philadelphia's Lost Jewish Quarter
August 11, 2018 Penn & the Making of University City
July 29, 2018 Philadelphia's Lost Jewish Quarter--SOLD OUT
July 15, 2018 Society Hill: The Great Deceiver, Part II
June 30, 2018 Penn & the Making of University City
June 23, 2018 Philadelphia's Lost Jewish Quarter--SOLD OUT
June 16, 2018 North Central Philly Lost & Found--SOLD OUT
June 03, 2018 Exploring David Lynch's "Eraserhood"
May 26, 2018 Philadelphia's Lost Jewish Quarter--SOLD OUT
May 20, 2018 Society Hill: The Great Deceiver, 1930 to Present--SOLD OUT
May 20, 2018 Death & Life at Mt. Moriah Cemetery--SOLD OUT
April 15, 2018 Exploring David Lynch's "Eraserhood"
April 15, 2018 Death & Life at Mt. Moriah Cemetery
March 25, 2018 Society Hill: The Great Deceiver
March 11, 2018 Death & Life at Mt. Moriah Cemetery--CANCELLED
December 16, 2017 Hidden Drink-y: Bar Crawl Through History
December 10, 2017 Society Hill: The Great Deceiver
December 03, 2017 Hidden Drink-y: Bar Crawl Through History
November 19, 2017 Death & Life at Mt. Moriah Cemetery
November 19, 2017 Exploring David Lynch's "Eraserhood"
November 18, 2017 Third Presbyterian Church Photo Workshop--CANCELLED
November 04, 2017 Exploring the Philly Jazz Legacy
November 04, 2017 Invisibility & Intrigue: The Philadelphia Experiment
November 04, 2017 Forgotten North Broad Street
October 22, 2017 Society Hill: The Great Deceiver--SOLD OUT
October 21, 2017 From Slaughterhouses to Skate Parks: Exploring the Schuylkill Riverfront
October 15, 2017 Death & Life at Mt. Moriah Cemetery
October 14, 2017 North Central Philly Lost & Found
October 14, 2017 Forgotten Chestnut Street
October 07, 2017 Exploring David Lynch's "Eraserhood"
September 30, 2017 Society Hill: The Great Deceiver--SOLD OUT
September 23, 2017 Forgotten North Broad Street
September 10, 2017 Death & Life at Mt. Moriah Cemetery
August 19, 2017 From Slaughterhouses to Skate Parks--SOLD OUT
July 29, 2017 Society Hill: The Great Deceiver
July 15, 2017 North Central Philly Lost & Found
June 25, 2017 Death & Life at Mt. Moriah Cemetery
June 17, 2017 Society Hill: The Great Deceiver--SOLD OUT
June 17, 2017 Forgotten North Broad Street
June 03, 2017 From Slaughterhouses to Skate Parks: Exploring the Schuylkill Riverfront
June 03, 2017 North Central Philly Lost & Found
May 21, 2017 Death & Life at Mt. Moriah Cemetery
May 20, 2017 Hidden Geology Bike Tour
May 14, 2017 Exploring David Lynch's "Eraserhood"
May 06, 2017 Society Hill: The Great Deceiver
May 06, 2017 Forgotten Chestnut Street
April 22, 2017 Forgotten North Broad Street--FULL
April 16, 2017 Exploring David Lynch's "Eraserhood"
April 15, 2017 North Central Philly Lost & Found
April 09, 2017 Death & Life at Mt. Moriah Cemetery
April 01, 2017 Forgotten North Broad Street
March 26, 2017 Death & Life at Mt. Moriah Cemetery
March 18, 2017 From Slaughterhouses to Skate Parks: Exploring the Schuylkill Riverfront
November 13, 2016 Death & Life at Mt. Moriah Cemetery--FULL
November 05, 2016 Fishtown: The Old & The New--FULL
November 05, 2016 Forgotten Chestnut Street
October 22, 2016 Exploring the Philly Jazz Legacy--CANCELLED
October 15, 2016 Forgotten North Broad Street
October 15, 2016 Exploring David Lynch's "Eraserhood"
October 09, 2016 Death & Life at Mt. Moriah Cemetery
October 01, 2016 From Slaughterhouses to Skate Parks: Exploring the Schuylkill Riverfront
September 24, 2016 Exploring David Lynch's "Eraserhood"
September 18, 2016 Death & Life at Mt. Moriah Cemetery
August 27, 2016 From Slaughterhouses to Skate Parks: Exploring the Schuylkill Riverfront
August 15, 2016 Forgotten Chestnut Street
August 14, 2016 Death & Life at Mt. Moriah Cemetery
August 13, 2016 Forgotten North Broad Street
July 30, 2016 Forgotten South Broad Street--CANCELLED
July 24, 2016 Death & Life at Mt. Moriah Cemetery
July 16, 2016 Forgotten Chestnut Street
June 25, 2016 Camden: Beyond the Headlines
June 19, 2016 Hidden Nature
June 18, 2016 Hidden Architecture--SOLD OUT
June 18, 2016 Community Gardens of West Philly--FULL
June 18, 2016 Community Gardens Bike Tour
June 12, 2016 Death & Life at Mt. Moriah Cemetery--SOLD OUT
June 11, 2016 Exploring Powelton, Inside & Out
June 11, 2016 Shock of the New: Midcentury Philly Architecture--SOLD OUT
May 21, 2016 North Central Philly Lost & Found
May 21, 2016 Exploring David Lynch's "Eraserhood"-SOLD OUT
May 21, 2016 Fishtown: The Old & The New
May 15, 2016 Death & Life at Mt. Moriah Cemetery--SOLD OUT
May 14, 2016 Underground Philly: Trains, Transit & Tunnels--SOLD OUT
May 14, 2016 Forgotten North Broad Street
May 07, 2016 Exploring the Philly Jazz Legacy
May 07, 2016 From Slaughterhouses to Skate Parks: Exploring the Schuylkill Riverfront
April 30, 2016 Underground Philly: Trains, Transit & Tunnels
April 23, 2016 Exploring David Lynch's "Eraserhood"
April 23, 2016 Forgotten Chestnut Street
April 16, 2016 Forgotten South Broad Street
April 10, 2016 Death & Life at Mt. Moriah Cemetery
April 09, 2016 Underground Philly: Trains, Transit & Tunnels--SOLD OUT
April 09, 2016 Exploring the Philly Jazz Legacy
April 09, 2016 From Slaughterhouses to Skate Parks: Exploring the Schuylkill Riverfront
April 02, 2016 Forgotten North Broad Street
March 26, 2016 Forgotten Chestnut Street--SOLD OUT
March 19, 2016 Forgotten North Broad Street
November 14, 2015 Ghosts of Philly Industry--SOLD OUT
November 14, 2015 Lost Sites & Sounds of Early Philadelphia Music
November 08, 2015 Death & Life at Mt. Moriah Cemetery
November 07, 2015 Mostly Manayunk with Brad Maule--SOLD OUT
November 07, 2015 North Central Philly Lost & Found
October 31, 2015 Hidden Geology Bike Tour
October 31, 2015 Exploring the Philly Jazz Legacy
October 24, 2015 Forgotten South Broad Street
October 17, 2015 Hidden City Daily's 4th Anniversary Party
October 17, 2015 Camden: Beyond the Headlines
October 17, 2015 Underground Philly: Trains, Transit & Tunnels--SOLD OUT
October 03, 2015 From Slaughterhouses to Skate Parks: Exploring the Schuylkill Riverfront
September 19, 2015 From Slaughterhouses to Skate Parks: Exploring the Schuylkill Riverfront
September 12, 2015 Forgotten North Broad Street
September 05, 2015 Forgotten Chestnut Street
August 15, 2015 The Schuylkill Riverfront: From Slaughterhouses to Skate Parks
August 01, 2015 Forgotten South Broad Street
July 26, 2015 Death & Life at Mt. Moriah Cemetery
July 25, 2015 Forgotten Chestnut Street
July 18, 2015 Underground Philly: Trains, Transit & Tunnels--SOLD OUT
July 18, 2015 Forgotten North Broad Street--SOLD OUT
July 11, 2015 Exploring David Lynch's "Eraserhood"
July 07, 2015 Up & Over the Ben Franklin Bridge
June 27, 2015 "They Say They Gonna Build" tour
June 27, 2015 Exploring the Philly Jazz Legacy
June 26, 2015 Sedgwick Theater: Behind the Scenes--FULL
June 21, 2015 Death & Life at Mt. Moriah Cemetery
June 20, 2015 Community Gardens Day Bike Tour
June 20, 2015 Forgotten Chestnut Street
June 13, 2015 Exploring David Lynch's "Eraserhood"
June 13, 2015 Forgotten South Broad Street
June 06, 2015 "They Say They Gonna Build" tour
June 06, 2015 Underground Philly: Trains, Transit & Tunnels--SOLD OUT
June 06, 2015 Forgotten North Broad Street--SOLD OUT!
May 23, 2015 Forgotten Chestnut Street--SOLD OUT
May 16, 2015 Hidden Geology Bike Tour--SOLD OUT
May 16, 2015 Exploring the Philly Jazz Legacy
May 16, 2015 Up & Over the Ben Franklin Bridge
May 10, 2015 Underground Philadelphia: Subways, Railways & Stations--SOLD OUT!
May 10, 2015 Tales from David Lynch's Eraserhood
May 10, 2015 Death & Life at Mt. Moriah Cemetery--SOLD OUT
May 09, 2015 Forgotten South Broad Street
May 02, 2015 Forgotten North Broad Street--SOLD OUT
May 02, 2015 Forgotten Parkside--SOLD OUT
April 25, 2015 Philly Jazz Walking Tour--SOLD OUT
April 25, 2015 Forgotten Broad Street--SOLD OUT
April 18, 2015 Underground Philadelphia: Subways, Railways & Stations--SOLD OUT
April 18, 2015 Forgotten Chestnut Street--SOLD OUT
April 12, 2015 Death & Life at Mt. Moriah Cemetery--SOLD OUT
March 21, 2015 Forgotten Broad Street
March 14, 2015 Forgotten Chestnut Street--SOLD OUT
March 08, 2015 Death & Life at Mt. Moriah Cemetery--SOLD OUT
January 14, 2015 Art Deco Mailboxes: An Illustrated Design History Reading & Lecture--SOLD OUT
December 11, 2014 Abandoned America Book Release Party
November 22, 2014 David Lynch's Eraserhood--SOLD OUT
November 22, 2014 Between the Piers: A Bike Tour of Our Evolving Waterfront--SOLD OUT
November 16, 2014 Death & Life at Mt. Moriah Cemetery--SOLD OUT
November 16, 2014 Forgotten Parkside--SOLD OUT
November 15, 2014 Philadelphia's Golden Age of Retail--SOLD OUT
November 14, 2014 Center City's Women's Clubs & Societies--SOLD OUT
November 09, 2014 Lost Sites & Sounds of Early Philadelphia Music
November 08, 2014 Forgotten Chestnut Street
October 26, 2014 Death & Life at Mt. Moriah Cemetery
October 25, 2014 Forgotten Parkside--SOLD OUT
October 11, 2014 Forgotten Chestnut Street
October 11, 2014 Forgotten Parkside
October 03, 2014 Hidden City Daily's 3rd Anniversary Party
September 20, 2014 Death & Life at Mt. Moriah Cemetery
September 20, 2014 Forgotten Broad Street
September 13, 2014 Forgotten Chestnut Street--SOLD OUT
August 30, 2014 Exploring Powelton, Inside & Out
August 16, 2014 Death & Life at Mt. Moriah Cemetery--SOLD OUT
August 09, 2014 Forgotten Broad Street
August 02, 2014 Exploring Powelton, Inside & Out--SOLD OUT
July 26, 2014 Forgotten Broad Street--SOLD OUT
July 12, 2014 Wissahickon Tour with Brad Maule & FOW Picnic
June 28, 2014 Wissahickon Tour with Brad Maule & FOW Picnic
June 21, 2014 Lost Sights & Sounds of Early Philadelphia Music
May 10, 2014 Hidden Geology Bike Trip
January 18, 2014 Architectural Photography Workshop at PAFA--sold out
December 04, 2013 Exploring industrial Wayne Junction
November 07, 2013 Historic Designation Workshop
October 27, 2013 Death & Life at Mt. Moriah Cemetery--SOLD OUT
October 27, 2013 Exploring Powelton, Inside & Out
September 28, 2013 Wissahickon Bike Tour
September 22, 2013 Mt. Moriah Cemetery Tour--SOLD OUT
September 21, 2013 Exploring Powelton--SOLD OUT
September 21, 2013 Exploring Powelton--SOLD OUT
June 23, 2013 Delaware County Camera Club Photo Tour
April 17, 2013 Preserving Philadelphia Modernism: Are We Finally Ready?
March 23, 2013 Fantastic Frankford--sold out
March 20, 2013 The Future of the Reading Viaduct: A Conversation
March 17, 2013 Germantown Photo Workshop with Abandoned America's Matthew Christopher--sold out
March 09, 2013 What Could Have Been? Alternate Histories of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway--sold out
March 02, 2013 A World Apart: 19th and early 20th Century Woman’s Clubs and Societies--SOLD OUT
February 23, 2013 A Tale of Four Neighborhoods--SOLD OUT
February 20, 2013 The Divine Lorraine & the Architecture of the Peace Mission Movement--SOLD OUT
January 17, 2013 Historic Designation Workshop
November 17, 2012 Members-Only Tour of Furness & Hewitt's 19th St. Baptist Church
November 10, 2012 Hidden Camden: Beyond the Rhetoric
October 12, 2012 Wayne Junction tour--sold out
December 14, 2011 Orpheus Club Party
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