Tours in Blue Island


Island Party Boat: $25 for a 90-Minute Weeknight Cruise for One from Island Party Boat ($49.50 Value)

$25 for a 90-Minute Weeknight Cruise for One from Island Party Boat ($49.50 Value)

Island Party Boat

Chicago

Enjoy drink specials, music, and views of the Chicago skyline on an island-themed cruise

$49.50 $25

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Chicago's Finest Tours: $42 for a Chicago Bus Tour for Two from Chicago's Finest Tours ($70 Value)

$42 for a Chicago Bus Tour for Two from Chicago's Finest Tours ($70 Value)

Chicago's Finest Tours

Chicago

Explore some of Chicago’s 200 vibrant neighborhoods through the North and South Sides while riding inside of an enclosed motor coach

$70 $42

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Cover Your Bases: $12 for Cover Your Bases Baseball-Themed Pub Crawl by Festa Parties on Saturday, May 9 ($22 Value)

$12 for Cover Your Bases Baseball-Themed Pub Crawl by Festa Parties on Saturday, May 9 ($22 Value)

Cover Your Bases

Murphy's Bleachers

Partiers stop at 12 bars and celebrate all things baseball

$22 $12

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Great Food Tours (Chicago): Drunk History of Chicago Tour at Four Pubs for One, Two, or Four from Great Food Tours (Up to 60% Off)

Drunk History of Chicago Tour at Four Pubs for One, Two, or Four from Great Food Tours (Up to 60% Off)

Great Food Tours (Chicago)

Chicago

Visit four local pubs to sample alcoholic beverages and shots, learn about the history of the city, and pick up some fake history too

$50 $25

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Tall Ship Adventures of Chicago: 75-Minute Sailing Tour on Tall Ship "Windy" (Up to 33% Off). Three Options Available.

75-Minute Sailing Tour on Tall Ship "Windy" (Up to 33% Off). Three Options Available.

Tall Ship Adventures of Chicago

Navy Pier

A 148-foot-long, traditional four-masted schooner sails throughout Lake Michigan for about 75 minutes

$30 $20

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360 Chicago at The John Hancock Center: General Admission or Multiple Visits at 360 CHICAGO (Formerly John Hancock Observatory) (Up to 32% Off)

General Admission or Multiple Visits at 360 CHICAGO (Formerly John Hancock Observatory) (Up to 32% Off)

360 Chicago at The John Hancock Center

John Hancock Observatory

94 floors up, take in stunning panoramas of Chicago and it’s sky-high architecture bordered by sparkling Lake Michigan

$38 $26

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Weird Chicago Tours: Three-Hour Historical Bus Tour for Two or Four from Weird Chicago Tours (Up to 39% Off)

Three-Hour Historical Bus Tour for Two or Four from Weird Chicago Tours (Up to 39% Off)

Weird Chicago Tours

Pick up location

Travel by bus to the former crime scenes, red-light districts, gangster hangouts, or ghost-sighting spots of Chicago’s storied past

$70 $45

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  • Club Krave
    Chow down on ribs, slaw and more at Club Krave, a down-home barbecue joint in Blue Island. Follow the game or the news from the TVs in the bar. At Club Krave, there's no need to confine your meal to a traditional dining room — outdoor seating is available when the weather is warm. Club Krave also features a DJ and dancing. The bar is about as noisy as it gets — plan for booming speakers and chatty crowds everywhere. Interested in eating out over the weekend? Keep in mind that the bar gets swamped on Fridays and Saturdays, and service may take longer than expected. Looking for a deal on parking? Free parking is easily accessible in the parking lot next door. Club Krave makes bikers feel at ease with the multiple storage racks outside. An average meal at Club Krave will set you back about $30.
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    13126 Western Ave
    Blue Island, IL US
  • Shoreline Sightseeing
    Shoreline Sightseeing has been whisking passengers along Lake Michigan since 1939. Traveling down the reverse-engineered Chicago River, Shoreline?s architecture tours explore the history of the city?s landmark buildings?from the Great Fire of 1871 to the work of famed architects Mies van der Rohe and Jeanne Gang. Colorful bursts illuminate the sky during fireworks cruises, and nighttime tours allow for glimpses of lit-up buildings. Classic lake tours drift into Lake Michigan, giving passengers a chance to espy the whole city, and water taxis connect visitors from one destination to the next, speeding between Navy Pier, the Museum Campus, Michigan Ave., and the Willis Tower.
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    401 North Michigan Avenue
    Chicago, IL US
  • Peru
    When he discovered Machu Picchu in 1911, explorer Hiram Bingham wrote, "In the variety of its charms and the power of its spell, I know of no place in the world which can compare with it." Miraculously left intact throughout the Spanish conquest of South America, the ancient Incan citadel is composed of granite temples and palaces tucked away in the Andes Mountains, some 8,000 feet above the Urabamba River. Though the Lost City of the Incas may be the most famous of Peru?s ancient ruins, the former Incan capital of Cusco lies near several marvels of both pre-Columbian and colonial architecture, many of which are stops along the way on this guided Peru tour from Raymi Productions.Days 1?2: Upon arrival in Cusco, travelers are transported to Novotel Hotel or similar accommodations nearby. The next day, a 3.5-hour tour explores the onetime capital of the ancient Incan Empire. Stops on the itinerary include Sacsayhuaman, where massive limestone boulders have been carved to fit snugly together without the use of mortar or krazy glue, composing an awe-inspiring network of 60 walls. Near the city's main square stand its colonial Spanish buildings, including the Cathedral of San Domingo built in 1539 and the Barrio de San Blas parish church, which is outfitted with an ornately carved cedar pulpit. Day 3: An all-day trek leads travelers through the Sacred Valley of the Incas, where farmers still use step platforms to irrigate their crops. In the village of Pisac, artisan fairs showcase handmade ponchos and pottery. Another stop on the tour is Ollantaytambo, a majestic fortress said to have protected leader Manco Inca during the Spanish conquest. Ollantaytambo features an ancient, still-working stone fountain known as the "princess's bath." Day 4: A nearly four-hour scenic drive brings groups to Machu Picchu for a two-hour guided tour of the UNESCO World Heritage site. Guides supply information on the citadel?s religious and social life as they lead tour-goers past all of the highlights, including the main square, the Temple of the Condor, and the Orange Julius.Days 5?6: The final leg of the trip includes a visit to Moray and Salineras, two extraordinary examples of ancient agricultural experiments involving mountainside terraces. Back in Cusco, an evening dinner and folk dance bring the adventure to a jubilant close.
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    600 West Chicago Avenue
    Chicago, IL US
  • Chicago Sports Tour
    The bronze likeness of Michael Jordan—the Bulls' #23 and basketball's undisputed king—leaps into the air in front of the United Center, ascending into the annals of sports history. Across town, the sound of Babe Ruth's most famous homer rebounds off of the iconic walls of Wrigley Field. The Roman-meets-modern architecture of Soldier Field—where Walter Payton, Mike Ditka, and "The Fridge" grew to larger-than-life—straddles Chicago's lakefront. The resounding Black Sox scandal clashes with the victorious 2005 World Series Champs banners at U.S. Cellular Field, where the White Sox's famous exploding scoreboard towers above the Bridgeport neighborhood. During an air-conditioned bus ride, local comedians wax historic as tourists are brought within earshot and camera-shot of Chicago's proudest pro-sports franchises. The Chicago Sports Tour parades from the North to the South side, brushing shoulders with famous ballparks and weaving through more than a century of athletic anecdotes and civic pride. Augmented by laughs and entertainment, it reveals more than the brick-and-mortar façades of the famous stadiums. The guides bring each building to life with fascinating anecdotes, and rides from one stadium to the next cover neighborhoods such as Wrigleyville, Bridgeport, and Little Italy—where fans and players alike eat, drink, and argue about their favorite peanut vendors.:m]]
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    430 North Michigan Avenue
    Chicago, IL US
  • Sidewalk Food Tours of Chicago
    Sidewalk Food Tours of Chicago introduces tourists and locals to the Windy City's thriving food scene via deep-dish pizzas, hot dogs, and ethnic cuisine. Two neighborhoods in particular brim with famous restaurants and hidden eateries: Wicker Park and River North. On their streets, Sidewalk Food Tours of Chicago's local guides lead groups on walking explorations, pausing frequently to taste everything from cupcakes to Top Chef Masters winner Rick Bayless's Mexican cuisine. Food stands at the crossroads of each neighborhood's culture, and the guides use it as a jumping off point to discuss local history and architecture. They might spin tales of how Wicker Park was once a hotbed of European immigration or how River North accumulated a wealth that would make John D. Rockefeller's piggy bank tremble with envy.
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    222 W Merchandise Mart Plz.
    Chicago, IL US
  • A Taste of Hyde Park
    There's a lot more to Hyde Park than the prominent cultural and academic institutions here, and A Taste of Hyde Park is all about sharing those things. On walking tours that cover both iconic sites and little-known gems, they share a glimpse into the neighborhood's cuisine, culture, and history with insider tips along the way. Stops may include restaurants, caf?s, and sweet shops, where groups are greeted with small samples while learning more about the area. Additionally, A Taste of Hyde Park offers seasonal outings. Spooky, Halloween-themed tours, for one, recount some of the neighborhood's paranormal legends, including tales about lawyer Clarence Darrow's ghost at the Museum of Science and Industry and why it's always doing the jitterbug.
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    5221 S Harper Ct.
    Chicago, IL US

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