When friends or family come to town, how often do you get asked “What is there to do?” If you dread answering this question, or you don’t have the time to spend hours on a custom itinerary, then we have the perfect app!

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Mosey is a web based app that allows users to create a step-by-step guide to your favorite places and activities in the area. You are then able to send your custom itinerary to your friends and family, where it is accessible on their smart phones, tablets or computers. This makes it easy to create the perfect afternoon while you are on your lunch break to send to your out-of-town visitors.

If you are looking to mosey about town and discover new experiences yourself, browse the collection of hand-crafted Moseys and let the adventure begin. You will find wonderfully crafted guides that will take you on a perfect Sunday afternoon, a weekend out-of-town, or the ultimate date night. The possibilities are endless and each new Mosey you find will allow you to mosey around more.

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You can search Mosey by pre-crafted adventures, under moseys, by certain attractions you’re dying to see, under places, or by the individuals who have created itineraries, under people.

The places tab is an awesome tool if you know one location you want to visit but have no idea what to do with the rest of your day.  For example, if you know you want to visit The Art Institute of Chicago, Mosey will give you an entire afternoon to mosey around Chicago to see the Sears Tower, Portillo’s Hot Dogs, and The Art Institute.

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The people tab will allow you to follow other your favorite Mosiers, such as Cesar Rivera, who has created 12 Moseys hitting more than 90 places.

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Screen shot 2013-06-14 at 11.12.43 AM A San Francisco example that caught our eye is the Afternoon Stroll in the Outer Sunset Described as an “Easy stroll with shops & snacks, heavy on local surf & beach vibes. Hots spots on Judah & Noriega.”

The first stop on this Mosey is at Mollusk Surf Shop where visitors can admire the beautiful woodwork by local artist Jay Nelson.
The second stop is at the General Store, an eclectic entity with a mix of furniture, clothing, tools, plants and more.
The Mosey then takes you to Trouble Coffee, Other Avenues Food Store, Devil’s Teeth Baking Company, and establish, before ending at The Pizza Place on Noriega. This afternoon around the Outer Sunset is the perfect way to mosey on any Saturday afternoon and makes planning easy as pie.


Visit Mosey’s website and stroll around til you hit your fancy!