Ah, the 1950’s. The era of cozy suburban homes, white picket fences, train commuting. Like something out of a John Cheever story.
Come find out more about this pivotal era in American history with a thoroughly entertaining tour of Chicago’s 1950s nightlife. You’ll start out in the theater district, exploring what going out in Chicago meant in the 50s. Then it’s off to 2 gems of the Windy City -- the Berghoff, with its quirky history and excellent beer, and the great Palmer House Hotel.
You’ll hang out in the swanky lobby -- enjoying classic drinks, appetizers, and dessert -- all while learning the fascinating story of the hotel and its role in the city.
This tour might just make you wish you had a time machine, so you could STAY in the 50s. At least until the 50s become the 60s… Then you can go back to your iPhones and Kindles.
Note: Please inform vendor of any mobility concerns.
What to expect
- Take a tour of some of Chicago’s hippest 1950’s-esque nightlife spots
- Visit the theater district and learn what constituted “going out” back in the day
- Walk to the Berghoff and the Palmer House Hotel, two fine Windy City attractions
- Shmooze in luxury in the lobby of one of the nicest hotels in the country
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About this Activity
|Price||$59.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||2.5 hours|
There are no refunds; all sales are final.