Mad about the 1960s? Get in touch with Chicago's seismic past with a sweeping walk through time!
Journey alongside a local guide and historian, and enjoy fun facts and anecdotes designed to bring the past to life. Video, music, and vintage images help further shade modern-day destinations in black and white, and technicolor.
The infamous Drake Hotel is up first for a peek at a provocative nightlife underscored by the Playboy Club and the influence of Hugh Hefner. Then, it's on to Rush Street, where class and vice used to dance arm in arm.
A meander among the mansions and gaslights of the Gold Coast are up next, before ending your racy walk at the Pump Room, where Frank Sinatra kept a private booth, and celebrities came to unwind.
Better bring a hanky. You're going to need something to wipe that brow with.
Note: Minimum age 21 years old.
What to expect
- Explore 1960s Chicago on this multimedia nightlife tour
- Visit the Drake Hotel, Rush Street, the Gold Coast, and the Pump Room
- Overlay the experience with video, music, and vintage photographs
- Sweep your imagination back to an era that now seems strangely foreign
About this Activity
|Price||$59.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||2 hours|
There are no refunds; all sales are final.