A food and spirits historical walking tour in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania
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Explore Phoenixville for yourself!

The Taste and See Tour in Phoenixville, Chester County, Pennsylvania is approximately a 3-hour walking tour through the historic downtown area. The walking distance is about 1 mile. At a leisurely pace, we will escort the group (up to 12 people) through the town, stopping at 2 restaurants, 1 brewery/eatery, 2 wineries, 1 distillery, a pizzeria, and a chocolate store.  There will be samples to taste in most of the businesses. We will share some light history of the area as we are strolling.


Scheduled Tours

Tour CompletedSunday, March 29, 202012:45-4:00 
Tour CompletedSunday, April 19, 202012:45-4:00 
Tour CompletedSunday, May 03, 202012:45-4:00 
Tour CompletedSunday, May 17, 202012:45-4:00 
Tour CompletedSunday, May 31, 202012:45-4:00 
Tour CompletedSunday, June 14, 202012:45-4:00 
Tour CompletedSunday, June 28, 202012:45-4:00 
Tour CompletedSunday, September 13, 202012:45-4:00 
Tour CompletedSunday, September 27, 202012:45-4:00 
Tour CompletedSunday, October 11, 202012:45-4:00 
Tour CompletedSunday, October 25, 202012:45-4:00 
Tour Parking

Taste and See Tour begins in front of the Foundry located at 2 N Main St, Phoenixville. The closest lot for parking is Lot # 3 Mill Street, right next to the Foundry building.

(Sunday is free in metered lots). See below for a list of other public lots. There is also on street parking in front of the Foundry building.

Parking in town is always at a premium and we recommend that you arrive about 15 minutes early to secure a spot.

Public Lots:

Locations of other Metered Parking Lots:
Lot # 1 Prospect Street
Lot # 2 Main and Bridge Street
Lot # 4 Taylor Ally Lot

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Tour Disclaimer

Our tour takes place in the historical district of Phoenixville.

This district is composed of mainly original type brick sidewalks and historical storefronts.

Because of this fact we cannot offer the tour to persons with any type of difficulty walking or maneuvering on these uneven and not leveled sidewalks.

There are also no handicap accessible entrances to these merchants.

In keeping with the historical theme, almost all entrances have some type of steps.

The tour can also be up and downhill in some spots over uneven and aged cross alleys and streets.

We regret that this is the case, however, we cannot be responsible for anyone that may need assistance.