$20 for a Bus Ride to Chicago Premium Outlets in Aurora on February 26, 28 or March 3 from Gray Line Chicago ($40 Value)

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Buses ferry passengers to Chicago Premium Outlets for a day of shopping at more than 100 stores

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$20 for a Shopping Outing by Gray Line Bus to Chicago Premium Outlets in Aurora ($40 Value)

Choose from the following dates:

  • Tuesday, February 26
  • Thursday, February 28
  • Sunday, March 3

Buses depart the Palmer House hotel at 10 a.m., arriving at Chicago Premium Outlets in Aurora roughly 45 minutes later. Guests can swing by the information booth to pick up a complimentary VIP coupon booklet, then spend the morning and afternoon perusing shops and visiting the center's eateries. At roughly 3 p.m., the group re-boards the buses to head back to the Palmer House, with the group typically arriving shortly after 4 p.m. Tours require a minimum of 10 passengers for each trip. Click here for more information about this Gray Line outing.

Gray Line Chicago

The Chicago branch of Gray Line's global sightseeing operation organizes a wide variety of tours and excursions throughout the Windy City, from architectural tours that send passengers coasting on the river and lake for sun-drenched educational cruises to shopping odysseys at Chicago Premium Outlets, where travelers can zip through more than 100 stores and restaurants after being shuttled to the retail utopia. Blues outings treat music lovers to raw licks, soul food, and real tears at celebrated concert venues such as Buddy Guy's Legends and Rosa's Lounge.

Gray Line's cherry-red trolleys transport visitors and residents alike to famous Chicago sites. Just north of the river, the vehicles idle before the Wrigley Building's sparkling white terra cotta façade, which in the 1920s stood as the first major skyscraper outside of The Loop. From there, the trolley may motor north to the John Hancock Center, where elevators to its observatory sweep guests 96 floors in 39 seconds. The trolley could also steer south to the Willis Tower, which lost its maiden name of Sears after being charmed by a passing cumulus cloud.

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