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    Loop Highlight Tour

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    Join Free Tours by Foot for the most interesting and informative way to experience Chicago's downtown area called "The Loop"! On this highlight tour, follow your expert local guide through Millennium Park to see the famous sculpture that everyone calls "The Bean" (even though it's not a bean at all!), marvel at the work of Picasso and Chagall that decorates random street corners, and learn about the many fascinating styles of architecture that the city offers. You will find the hidden treasures of Tiffany Glass tucked away in public buildings all while learning the history of how Chicago came to be -- and then how it did it all again after the Great Fire of 1871. Chicago may be known as The Second City, but on this tour you'll discover exactly what makes it first rate!
    Loop Highlight Tour

    1 W Wacker Dr, Chicago

    • Explore Chicago's downtown area known as "The Loop"on this interesting and informative guided walking tour
    • Follow your expert guide through Millennium Park to see the sculpture that everyone calls "The Bean"
    • Marvel at the work of Picasso and Chagall that decorates street corners
    • Learn how "The Second City"rose from the ashes after the Great Fire of 1871
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    Haunted Chicago Segway Tour

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    Do you believe in ghosts? If not, you may start to after this tour. As you follow your guide through the streets of Chicago on a personal Segway, you'll travel down secluded alleys, visit hotel lobbies, and glide along the Chicago River, listening as your guide recounts terrific tales of the city's haunted past, including disasters and gangster murders. Was that just a breeze you felt on your neck? Feel goosebumps on your arms and legs as you stand in the alley where more than 600 Chicagoans perished in 1903. Listen for the faint sound of an unmanned piano playing in the ballroom of the Michigan Avenue Hotel. Stand at the shore of the Chicago River -- the sight of Chicago's most tragic maritime disaster that claimed the lives of 800 people in 1915. Watch out, you don't want to become the haunter.
    Haunted Chicago Segway Tour

    100 S Michigan Ave, Chicago

    • Traverse Chicago's haunted alleys, hotel lobbies, and waterfront on a Segway
    • Recount the tales of the city's haunted past including disasters and infamous gangster murders
    • Embrace the dark side of Chicago's history as you visit the scariest sights the city has to offer
    • Enjoy views of the city lit up at night
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    Architecture of the Loop Walking Tour

    Get an in-depth look at Chicago Loop architecture on a walking tour that takes you inside landmark buildings in the design-rich city. Appreciate the interiors of the Marshall Fields Building, Chase Tower, Chicago Cultural Center and more, plus see public art by Chagall and Picasso. Stroll through elegant lobbies, under glittering domes and into the sprawling network of Chicago Pedway tunnels. Your expert guide shares insights about the city's diverse architectural styles and history, bringing the details of the Windy City into vivid focus. Your tour starts out as you meet your guide at Chase Tower to start your exploration of the Loop's interior architecture. Expect to walk a half mile (0.8 km) during an easy 2-hour walking tour with plenty of stops. Your guide shares expertise in architecture, design, art history and history, and provides participants with iPads that show archival images such as maps, historic photos and documentary video clips. Walk through the Marshall Field's Building, where you'll see famous elements of this iconic edifice, including its beautiful atrium and a Tiffany & Co-designed mosaic ceiling. Ponder the design of the very modern Block 37 complex, situated in the heart of the Loop at a trend-setting location where the city's first skyscrapers and supermarkets were built. See the extensive public plaza, which sits at the geographic center of the Chicago Loop and features Marc Chagall's Four Seasons mural. Admire another famous piece at Daley Plaza: the untitled Chicago Picasso sculpture, which stands 50 feet (15 meters) tall and was the Windy City's first piece of public art. Look at the city through the lens of the Chicago Pedway system -- a network of ground-level concourses, tunnels and bridges that connects buildings throughout Chicago's central business district. Discover how to maneuver through the Pedway and find your way from underneath the downtown. Your tour concludes at the Chicago Cultural Center, a landmark building where you see a magnificent stained glass dome. It was completed in 1897 and originally was Chicago's first central public library. Afterward, say farewell to your guide and make your way to your next destination.
    Architecture of the Loop Walking Tour

    10 S Dearborn St, Chicago

    • Enjoy a guided tour of Chicago's breathtaking architecture
    • Visit the trend-setting Block 37 complex, home of the city's first skyscrapers
    • See the stunning mosaic ceiling of the Marshall Field's building
    • Explore the Pedway system, a network of tunnels and concourses between buildings
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    Chicago Ghost Tour

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    The Windy City is known for her food, architecture, and haunting history! Join this walking tour as the sun sets through downtown Chicago, and hear some of the most gruesome and creepy local stories recounted by your expert guide. First stop is the Congress Hotel, known as the most haunted hotel in Chicago. Walk along the streets that H. H. Holmes, Chicago's first serial killer, wandered as he stalked his prey. Then, visit Death Alley and the site of the Eastland Disaster, and catch a glimpse of Chicago's sordid past through stories of the Everleigh Club, the 1900's Red Light district, and famous downtown prison breaks. But consider yourself warned: this tour is not meant for the faint of heart, taking only those who seek a good thrill and are interested in the underbelly of Chicago.
    Chicago Ghost Tour

    520 S Michigan Ave, Chicago

    • Enjoy a spooky insider's look at the haunted history of The Windy City on this after hours walking tour
    • Visit the locations where H. H. Holmes, Chicago's first serial killer, wandered as he stalked his prey
    • Hear stories of gruesome and creepy happenings in Chicago
    • Gain a unique perspective on Chicago, and mingle with fellow tour goers
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    Bucktown and Wicker Park Beer Tour

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    Are you interested in going on a three-hour walk? If you said yes, you're probably just being polite. But what if we told you there's BEER involved -- really, really good beer. Discover Chicago's finest beer on this three-hour walking tour of the Bucktown and Wicker Park neighborhoods. With a knowledgeable guide, you'll learn about Chicago's history related to immigration and brewing -- from the late 1600s to the present day -- and visit bars, restaurants, and other locally owned establishments, including the bar that doubled as "Molly's" on the TV show Chicago Fire. You'll also enjoy a Chicago-style hotdog and get a look at some of the city's historical architecture. So let's see: You've got exercise, beer, hot dogs, and architecture. Yep, I'd say that checks off just about every box!
    Bucktown and Wicker Park Beer Tour

    W Cortland St, Chicago

    • Spend 3 hours touring Chicago's Bucktown and Wicker Park neighborhood, enjoying some of the best beer in the region
    • Visit innovative and homey watering holes, including the bar featured on the TV show Chicago Fire
    • Explore "Beer Baron Row"where a majority of the old German beer barons used to live in the late 1800s
    • Admire Chicago's famed architecture and hear stories from your guide about the area's immigration and brewing history
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    Chicago's Gold Coast Tour

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    After the Great Chicago Fire and following Potter Palmer's castle-esque mansion, the wealthiest of Chicago began moving north of the Loop, filling in the once swamp area to develop Lakeshore Drive and what would became one of the cities wealthiest neighborhoods. Join Free Tours by Foot for a leisurely stroll through this fabled neighborhood, referred to as the Gold Coast! Following your expert local guide, you'll explore the vintage architecture and modern high rises that dot the shores of Lake Michigan and meander through the residential side of Chicago, taking in the older upscale homes of the city. Explore the very popular Rush Street restaurant and nightclub area as you head towards Lincoln Park Zoo to discover exactly what makes "The Second City" so first rate!
    Chicago's Gold Coast Tour

    140 E Walton Pl, Chicago

    • Explore one of Chicago's wealthiest neighborhoods on this informative guided walking tour
    • Snap great photos as you pass the vintage architecture and modern high rises along Lake Michigan
    • Follow your expert guide to learn the fascinating stories of the men and women who built these iconic buildings
    • Stroll down the very popular Rush Street restaurant and nightclub area as you head towards Lincoln Park Zoo
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