· $6 per Student K-12
· Teacher Guides
· Beats Any Other Student Price
· #1 Rated Tour in Philadelphia
Grim Philly and Grim Philly Twilight Tours employs a multitude of professors, authors, teachers, and other professionals with a variety and range of expertise to conduct a variety and range of tours for you. Hands down the most expert tourism staff of any walking tours company you will find, tours can be geared toward any audience or genre to suite your precise occasion. From small children and educational school or Scout groups with child friendly learning to something more mature for university and alumni groups: the precise level of G to R rated in experience is adjusted easily with surgical precision.
Completely private tours can be arranged at your preferred time and day- and accommodate to your precise needs for catering food, drink, ghost stories; folklore, fact; gritty, or not so gritty.
Grim Philly works routinely with synagogues and churches, elementary, middle, and high schools, Girl/Boy Scouts of America , and other faith-based, and youth-groups.
Our professors have developed itineraries in conjunction with university American and World History courses, anthropological courses, folklore, politics, and more. We continue to work with university departments, classrooms, alumni and Greek organizations, athletic departments.
And- at typically $6 (K-12) - $12 (college) cost per student.
Every Grim Philly Tour listed in our website can be adjusted to the needs of any group for age and preference and adapted to your needs.
Typical adaptations include:
History and Sightseeing
Sightseeing of all of the major tourist sites in Philadelphia with a few darker twists. Walk the paths trodden by Pope Francis and Paul Revere. Of Jefferson, and of Hamilton....together with grittier off the trodden path information on burial and medical practices, and more.
Site of Franklin’s Electrical Experiments
Benjamin Franklin's House, Print Shop, and Library Company
Homes of George Washington, John Adams, and Robert Morris
Home of the Continental Congress
Homes of Dolly Madison, William White, and Benjamin Rush
Market and Slave Sale District and Sites
Duration: 1hr to 4 hrs (you choose!)
Guide: History Professor or Teacher
Transportation: Walking Tour
All-Ages. Wheelchair accessible
* Departs from outside of the Market Street doors of Independence Visitor Center: 599 Market St (6th & Market) Phila. Pa, 19106.
Scavenger Hunt of Historic Philadelphia
Grim Philly and Grim Philly Twilight Tours, which is run by teachers and local history professors exclusively is the #1 rated tour company in Philadelphia and organizes numerous themed historical and sightseeing activities for educators and school groups. Our tailor-made itineraries can fit any group size or age. Because of our steadfast commitment to education we reserve always our very lowest rates for students. Pricing is transparent and we accommodate students k-12 for just over $6 per student. Teachers and chaperones are free of charge, always.
We are always also a great help to organizers as a valuable resource for recommendations and suggestions for student friendly activities throughout the city as well as discount restaurant referrals with student rates, and any other complimentary assistance with suggestions and contact during your entire stay here in our city once you have booked a student tour with us to ensure your Philadelphia trip is easy and a success.
For student scavenger hunts our price includes history teacher judges who will provide your students with tailor-made unique information about their scavenger hunt route and the city both before their group scavenger competition, and upon their return for judging...along with competition judging, tallying team point scores, and awarding winners prizes.
In additional to some secret hidden gems you’ll receive once booked our student Scavenger Hunt includes iconic revolutionary and colonial Philadelphia locations including:
George Washington House
Betsy Ross House
Benjamin Franklin House
Dolly Madison House
Safe Houses for Underground Railroad
Where the Declaration of Independence was Written
Where the Continental Congress Met
Tomb of the Unknown Revolutionary War Soldier
Home of Thaddeus Kosciuszko
America’s First Library
America’s First Hospital
America’s First Flight
America’s First Firehouse
America’s First Bank Robbery
America’s First Jailhouse
America’s First Theater
America’s First Banks
America’s First Taverns
America’s First Printers
America’s First Post Office
Home of the Marine Corps
Movie Set Locations, such as for National Treasure
Sites for Franklin’s Electric Experiments
Where Pirates Stayed
Site Locations for:
Select any day, any time. And we will make it happen. We will tailor you’re experience exactly as you direct us to.