Relocating to Philadelphia

If you live near Rittenhouse Square, you will have art and craft shows throughout the year.

Moving to Center City

Let me introduce you to your new or future home, before or after you move. Want to learn the nuances before you plant roots?  Where's the produce market, the best dry cleaner, the biggest gym? If you’re moving from a distant city or small town or even a nearby suburb, contemplating a 25th-story view of the East Coast’s second-largest city might come as a shock.

Buying a temporary home for a college-bound student?

Perhaps your child is moving to Philly for college or grad school, and you plan to invest in a condo for 4 years. Which neighborhoods are best suited to the school your kid will attend?

Cultural, civic, retail sites.

Let's check out the major cultural, civic and retail sites, identifying the aspects of city life that are most important to you. Are you interested in museums, hospitals and healthcare? BYOB restaurants? Concerts, gyms or the Gayborhood?

You couldn't choose a better place to live.

Philadelphia is the hub of the nation’s sixth-largest metropolitan area, pointing to extensive employment and leisure opportunities. Start learning your way around and, perhaps, deciding where to live. 


Want to take classes? We have 20 four-year colleges in the city and another 30 in the outskirts. Plus 3 law schools and scads more specialty institutions. And some unique programs for retired adults. Or perhaps it's time to volunteer. 


Let's check it all out.

Fine print.

Three hours for $180. Priceless. 

For your group of up to 8 people.  

  • Includes: The time and attention of an excellent local guide. 
  • Excludes: Personal shopping, food, tips and gratuities for your guide.