Full-Day Small-Group Tour of Chicago Neighborhoods with Lunch and Dinner

5 Ratings
  • Audio Guide
  • Live Guide
  • Instant Confirmation
  • Day Trip
  • Group Tour
  • E-Ticket
  • Pickup Service
  • 8.5 hr

This unique tour of Chicago will allow for tourist to see most of Chicago’s 77 neighborhoods and city parks. There is no other tour that tours multiple neighborhoods in Chicago. Some tours show 1 or 2 neighborhoods, we travel through the South Side, North Side, Southwest, Northwest and a portion of Downtown showing more then 10 neighborhoods and attractions. Our tour includes 3 meals from 3 Chicago local eateries.

Itinerary Details

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Travelers will see the neighborhood and home of 44th President of the United States and plaque where Michelle Obama was 1st kissed! Travelers will tour the college campus of The University of Chicago that attracts students from around the world where many remain post graduation in the historical Hyde Park. In addition to the medical professionals from The University of Chicago Medicine and the local residents, the neighborhood is a true melting pot. With real estate in the area ranging from multi million dollar homes to $600 monthly apartments, Hype Park is a tour favorite!

Pass By: Lincoln Park

Travelers will see the historical Du Paul University and its breathtaking beautiful neighborhood! The beauty of Lincoln Park rivals any neighborhood in America with its traditional to modern, frame to brick homes, shops, restaurants and so much more! Most importantly, tour dinner will be provided from a local eatery!

Pass By: Gold Coast

Travelers will be amazed by Chicago’s beautiful Gold Coast neighborhood and parks.

Pass By: Wrigley Field

From the tour van, tourist will see the city’ neighborhoods and parks including Wrigley Field (Go Cubs!)

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Travelers will learn Bronzeville’s history of African Americans leaving the south and getting off at the last stop in Chicago. While some stopped in St. Louis and other cities, many stayed in until the last stop and knew to get off when the conductor yelled “I don’t care where you go but you have to gotta get outta here”! Travelers will learn of the naming of Bronzeville in relation to African American skin as will as see Pilgrim Baptist Church that many refer to it as the birth of gospel music! With Bronzeville being revitalized, travelers will see the new next to the old. Travelers will see a slice of black life.
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