Chicago Tours

There are so many fantastic attractions in Chicago that you may want to spend some time enjoying a few of the popular Chicago tours. Even if you are usually an independent traveler, taking a Chicago tour will help you get your orientation in the city. After your Chicago tour, you can return to the places that interest you the most.

Bicycle Tours of Chicago

Bicycle Tours of Chicago
Bicycle Tours of Chicago

If you enjoy biking, Bike Chicago has Chicago tours of the Lakefront. On these Chicago tours, you can ride through Lincoln Park and the Lincoln Park Zoo. You can also park your bike and visit the Conservatory, & Nature Museum, Millennium Park and the Adler Planetarium.

Walking Tours of Chicago

If you would prefer to take a Chicago tour by foot, there is a variety of walking Chicago tours available. For example, the Broadway in Chicago Theater Tour gives you a chance to explore the unique historical theaters throughout the City. This Chicago tour showcases the type of decor that was inspired by the exotic art of the Orient, along with the refined and graceful art of Versailles.

Do you believe in ghosts and haunted houses? If so, would you like to do some investigation? Then you might enjoy taking a Chicago tour with Chicago Ghost Investigations. Twice a day, this Chicago tour company takes guests to conduct investigations at some popular and little known haunted locations. Additionally, you will be taught how to use ghost-hunting equipment, as well as a psychic technique which will enables communication between you and the spirits. Can you say "Ghostbusters?"

Chicago Boat Tours

Chicago Tours
Chicago Tours

If you enjoy being on the water, you will certainly enjoy taking one of the spectacular Chicago boat tours. You can try one of the Chicago boat tours from the docks along Navy Pier's Dock Street, the River or Burnham Harbor. There are a variety of Chicago boat tour choices that offer you everything from fancy dinner cruises that include dancing and live entertainment to exciting speedboat rides along Lake Michigan and water taxi rides between lakefront attractions. If you are interested in architecture, the Seadog Lake and Architecture Tour allows you to view Chicago's famous historical landmarks. These include the Willis Tower, The John G. Shedd Aquarium, the Civic Art Center, the John Hancock Center, the Buckingham Fountain and other famous buildings and monuments.

Any type of Chicago tour will allow you to get an overview of what this amazing city has to offer. Don't be surprised if you find yourself booking an additional trip to come back and see more.

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