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Amphibious Tour for Two or Four from Dells Army Duck Tour (Up to 38% Off)

Dells Army Duck Tour

Wisconsin Dells

Amphibious, WWII-era vehicles take groups on one-hour trips through the natural landscapes and waterways of the Wisconsin Dells

$60 $39

$62 for a 90-Minute Architectural Boat Tour for Two from Chicago Line Cruises ($84 Value)

Chicago Line Cruises

Chicago

Award-winning Docents tell the stories behind over 50 “cloud busters” and narrate historical events that influenced the present-day skyline

$84 $62

Two-Hour Walking Ghost Tour of Aurora or Naperville for One, Two, or Four from Haunted Hometowns (Up to 56% Off)

Haunted Hometowns, Corp.

Multiple Locations

Ghost-seekers clutch EMF meters on lantern-lit tours through historic and haunted sites as guides relate tales of local specters

$20 $12

Chicago Explorer Pass Including Admission to Three or Five Attractions from 20+ Options. Pay Nothing at Gate.

Go City Card

Online Deal

Card grants free admission to 3 or 5 Chicago museums, tours, and attractions, chosen from over 20 options

$49 $40.50

Cupcake Tour of Chicago with Six Tastings for One, Two, or Four from Best Tours (Up to 68% Off)

Best Tours

Chicago

Tours make six stops along Michigan Avenue, visiting a century-old shop, one with 50 varieties of cupcake, and another with gelato

$50 $19

Pepsi Tall Ships Chicago Festival 2016 on July 28 - 31 (Up to 23% Off)

Pepsi Tall Ships Chicago 2016

Navy Pier

Navy Pier fills up with 14 tall ships such as two-masted schooners and a Viking longboat during this four day festival

$70 $55

Museum Campus, Gangster, or Fireworks Tour for 1 or 2 from Absolutely Chicago Segway Tours (Up to 18% Off)

Absolutely Chicago Segway Tours

Central Chicago

Ride up to some of Chicago’s most iconic landmarks during Museum Campus, Gangster history tours, and fireworks displays

$68 $68

Sightseeing Tour or Brunch Tour for One or Two from Chicago's Finest Tours (Up to 52% Off)

Chicago's Finest River Walk Tour

Wrigley Building Plaza

Tours take guests along Chicago’s historic River Walk, around the Loop, or to a hearty brunch buffet

$50 $24

Beer Tastings, Flights, and Growlers for Two or Four at Metal Monkey Brewing (Up to 33% Off)

Metal Monkey Brewing

Metal Monkey Brewing

Learn about beer and enjoy plenty of samples at the brewery, such as Goodall Day Blonde and Big Chimpin IPA

$21 $14

90-Minute Brewery Tour for Two, Four, or Six with Tastings, Snacks, and Glasses at Argus Brewery (Up to 57% Off)

Argus Brewery

Roseland

During a 90-minute tour, guests learn about the historic origins of the brewery and the neighborhood while sampling craft brews

$60 $28

$75 for a Lazy River Tubing Outing with Round-Trip Transport from Cannonball Productions ($93.65 Value)

Cannonball Productions

Bus Pick-Up

Enjoy a day of river floating and an afternoon at the park, basketball, slip n’ slide, volleyball, and an all-you-can-eat taco bar

$93.65 $75

Gangster Tour of Chicago for One, Two, or Four from Best Tours (Up to 65% Off)

Best Tours (Chicago)

Chicago

Tour-goers take a 90-minute jaunt past iconic landmarks and mob movie filming locations while learning about Chicago’s gangster past

$35 $17

Chocolate Crawl for One, Two, or Four from Second City Tours (Up to 60% Off)

Second City Tours

Water Tower Place

Get your chocolate fix during this tour that visits five of the city’s most beloved sweet-treat havens

$50 $23

Upper Dells Boat Tour for Two or Four from Dells Boat Tours (Up to 17% Off)

Dells Boat Tours

Upper Dells Boat Tour Dock

Take in all that’s magnificent about the Dells on this two-hour trek through the area’s sandstone formations and secret river passageways

$53.40 $45

Chocolate Tour of Chicago with Seven Tastings for One, Two, or Four from Best Tours (Up to 60% Off)

Best Tours

Chicago

Sample Aztec chocolate drinks, cupcakes, truffles, and chocolate donuts during two-hour chocolate tour along the Magnificent Mile

$50 $25

Chicago Ghost Walk for One, Two, or Four from Best Tours (Up to 65% Off)

Best Tours

Chicago

Tours visit haunted spots in search of apparitions, including the sites of the Iroquois Theatre fire and the Eastland shipwreck

$35 $17

Chicago Food Crawl for One, Two, or Four from Second City Tours (Up to 60% Off)

Second City Tours

Near North Side

Head to River North for deep-dish pizza, Chicago-style hot dogs, Mike Ditka’s favorite italian-beef sandwiches, and dessert

$50 $23

Chicago Helicopter Tour for Two in the Daytime or Nighttime from Chicago Helicopter Experience

Chicago Helicopter Experience

Bridgeport

Passengers soar over the skyline, marveling at the Willis Tower, John Hancock Building, and Trump Tower

$296 $275

River North Wine Fest - Saturday September 17, 2016 / Noon to 4:00pm

Moe's Cantina and Old Crow Smokehouse River North

Near North Side

$50 $29

$15 for a Brewery Tour for Two or Four with Beer at Penrose Brewing Company ($20 Value)

Penrose Brewing Company

Geneva

Learn about the Geneva brewery’s craft-beer brewing process and sip two 12 oz. beers

$40 $29

Admission for One, Two, or Four to the Chicago Riverwalk Food Tour from Best Tours (Up to 60% Off)

Best Tours (Chicago)

Chicago

Tours make stops at eateries located along the Chicago Riverwalk and introduce tour-goers to Chicago’s history and famous architecture

$50 $25

$29 for Three-Cheese Tasting and Two Wine Flights at Rittergut Wine Bar (Up to $45 Value)

Rittergut Wine Bar

The Loop

Flights of two sparkling, white, or red wines bring forth the nutty-sweet flavors of imported cheeses

$45 $29

Tour by Bus for Two or Four from Chicago Crime Tours (Up to 38% Off)

Chicago Crime Tours

Near North Side

Learn about more than 100 years of Chicago’s crime history in a 90-minute tour of famous crime scenes and landmarks

$159.80 $99

Gangster History Tour from The Barrel Run (Up to 40% Off)

The Barrel Run

Near North Side

A bus styled to look like an actual beer barrel sets a party-friendly tone for these educational tours of Chicago’s gangster-filled history

$70 $49

$20 for a Distillery Tour for Two with Two Glencairn Glasses at Quincy Street Distillery ($44 Value)

Quincy Street Distillery

Quincy Street Distillery - Chicago Suburbs

60- to 90-minute tour of a distillery that produces 12 artisanal, small-batch spirits; each guest brings home a Glencairn glass

$44 $20

Up to 42% Off Wine Tasting and Cheese Pairing for Two or Four at Fergedaboudit Vineyard and Winery

Fergedaboudit Vineyard and Winery

Hanover

From the merchant: Located just 17 miles south of Galena, patrons experience 6 of our hand crafted wines paired with 3 types of cheeses.

$48 $28

Great Food Tour of Chicago with Six Tastings for One, Two, or Four from Best Tours (Up to 60% Off)

Best Tours

Chicago

Tours make six stops along Michigan Avenue, visiting the originator of deep-dish pizza and an eatery serving up Chicago-style hot dogs

$50 $25

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

Best Tours

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

Tour with Theatre Passes for Two or Four at Amish Acres Historic Farm and Heritage Resort (Up to 48% Off)

Amish Acres Historic Farm and Heritage Resort

Amish Acres Historic Farm and Heritage Resort

Guests learn about the Amish lifestyle on this authentic and historic farm and homestead, which is also home to a musical theater

$85.80 $49

Walking Food Tour for One or Two from Sidewalk Food Tours of Chicago (Up to 37% Off)

Sidewalk Food Tours of Chicago

Wicker Park

Enjoy a roving lunch of five different tastings while learning about the history and culture of either River North or Wicker Park

$55 $35

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  • Chicago Line Cruises
    Sometimes all it takes is a suggestion. Terry Johnson and Paul McCarthy founded their vessel-chartering business in 1980. But when a good friend recommended they offer expertly narrated tours on the history and the iconic architecture of Chicago, the pair jumped at the opportunity. Praised as the “Best architecture tour available” by the Chicago Sun-Times and “Most engaging tour of the bunch” by Time Out Chicago, their river cruises take passengers on three types of educational, 90-minute tours of the city. Chicago Line Cruises has transported more than three million Chicagoans and visitors along the river for entertainment, stunning views, and a deeper appreciation for architectural design. Architectural Cruises Learn how Chicago became the birthplace of the first buildings to be dubbed "skyscrapers." Hear how the Great Chicago Fire paved the way for an architectural renaissance. See a broad selection of modern architectural styles and discover the distinctive characteristics of each. Experience Chicago's first architectural river cruise. Enjoy a cocktail during one of the evening cruises. Historical Cruises Hear the overarching story of how Chicago transformed from a swampy marshland to a world-class city. Learn about the Chicagoans whose innovations helped influence architecture and commerce around the world. Savor a cup of Starbucks coffee while a guide recounts Chicago's triumphant and tragic moments. Historical tours are presented in partnership with the Chicago History Museum. Chartered Cruises Private outings are available for 20–173 passengers. Full-service bars and professional sound systems are available for special events. Celebrate while savoring views of the Chicago skyline from a different perspective. Choose from three vessels: the Ft. Dearborn, the Innisfree, and the Marquette.
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    465 N McClurg Ct.
    Chicago, IL US
  • Chicago Pizza Tours
    Ask an out-of-towner what they want to do when they visit Chicago, and they'll probably tell you they want to chow down on some deep-dish pizza. Chicago Pizza Tours owner and pizza aficionado Jonathan Porter leads parties on treks to some of the Windy City's most celebrated pizzerias with three different pie-themed tours. Guests sample Chicago's signature style with the deep-dish only holiday walking tour, enjoy slices with sides of adult beverages during pizza and cocktails outings, or visit the kitchens of four different restaurants during the original tour. Each outing takes visitors to local favorites across a wide range of styles and cuisines, from the caramelized thick crusts of Pequod's, the stuffed pies of Bacino's, or the Neapolitan-style creations of Spacca Napoli. Recently, Jonathan Porter has teamed up with local writer and tour guide Jonathan Knotek to launch Chicago Prohibition Tours, a romp through some of Chicago's most famous speakeasies still in existence. During the 3.5-hour bus trip through the roaring '20s and beyond, guests can visit the old one-time haunts of gangsters and crooked pols, such as the Green Door Tavern or the Exchequer Restaurant and Pub, all while sipping popular cocktails from almost 100 years ago and communicating only through silent-film title cards.
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    Mobile
    Chicago, IL US
  • Steve's Segway Tours
    When you were little, you probably thought the future would bring flying cars, robot servants, and hologram phones. Well, the future is here, and though we still don’t have any of those awesome inventions, we do have the Trikke—a motor-powered tricycle that you ride standing up. Steve's Segway Tours and Trikke Chicago rents the three-wheeled vehicles for guided tours or solo jaunts around the lake, Chicago parks, and museums. The electric Trikkes propel riders forward and up the steep, treacherous hills Illinois is known for. Steve’s also rents out fitness Trikkes, which eschew the motor and are operated by riders swinging the body-powered vehicle from side to side in a carving motion. This twisting motion works the entire body, and the core in particular. Trikke Chicago is sister to Steve's Segway Tours. For those interested in a more traditional tour vehicle, Steve’s offers Segway tours. All tours are led by charismatic guides, many of whom are up-and-comers in Chicago’s legendary theater and improvisation scene.
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    155 North Harbor Drive
    Chicago, IL US
  • Wendella Boats
    In 1935, Albert Borgstrom, a Swedish immigrant and carpenter by trade, set about constructing a 65-foot wooden yacht. He named the ship The Wendella and charged visitors $0.25 to ride through the city and listen to a guide expound on the sights. This simple vessel ended up being a steppingstone, and 75 years later, guests still ride along, now craning their heads back at the jagged opalescent silhouette of Trump Tower and the beehive curves of Marina City. Beneath the evolving skyline, the fleet has expanded to six vessels, which are now run by Albert's grandson, Michael Borgstrom. Wendella staffs a dedicated, in-house education department to keep the city's history alive and make sure that people continue to believe in water so it doesn’t disappear. On special excursions, the crew stocks the boats with wine for tastings beneath the stars or points the vessel through the verdigris waters of the lake to watch evening fireworks shows.
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    400 N Michigan Ave
    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
  • Chicago Chinese Cultural Institute
    Chicago Chinese Cultural Institute was created with a mission in mind: to conduct programs and events that promote Chinese language and culture, and to facilitate relationships between Chinese and American cultures. Chicago Chinese Cultural Institute offers corporate services such as cross-cultural and language training, helping bridge any gaps between employees who might travel between countries or consider dipping hands in a vat of honey before sealing a business deal. Chicago Chinese Cultural Institute also hosts various tours: walking tours guide explorers through Chinatown, exploring architectural fixtures and businesses of the area, whereas food tours entreat guests to visit several restaurants and shops, sampling appetizers, entrees, and teas.
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    2121B South China Place Chicago, IL 60616
    Chicago, IL US

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