Philadelphia style ice cream, manufactured and distributed throughout the Philadelphia region,
for people who live, work, or play in the Delaware Valley.


Everyone knows that ice cream is the fun food, but did you know that it can also be a great way to teach subjects such as science, economy and regional history.

Every year, Chilly Philly Ice Cream goes into a limited number of classrooms in the Delaware Valley, teaching about ice cream and its historical and economic importance to the region. Sometimes we even make ice cream, and explain certain science facts such as why salt-melted ice can freeze an ice cream mixture or why frozen ice cream is "scoopable" rather than a solid block of ice.

We also discuss the many famous persons from this area who have made their mark on ice cream manufacture - Louis Lafayette Bassett, William Breyer, Augustus Jackson, Mary Johnson - a veritable "Ice Cream Hall of Fame."

We will also be happy to work with teachers to put together a special unit, so call us (at 215-510-1750) or e-mail us - but contact us soon because we only deliver a limited number of these presentations every year.