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Chicago Walking Tour: Interior Architecture of the Loop and Pedway Tour

From US$26.00
Highlights
  • 2-hour tour highlights The Loop's interior architecture 
  • Shared iPads with maps, photos, and video clips 
  • See public art by Picasso and Marc Chagall 
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Chicago Walking Tour: Interior Architecture of the Loop and Pedway Tour
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Overview

Peek inside Chicago’s storied architectural history on a 2-hour walking tour through some of the Loop’s iconic interiors. See the Tiffany & Co-designed mosaic ceiling of the Marshall Field and Company Building, the stained-glass dome of the Chicago Cultural Center, the underground Chicago Pedway system and more. Led by an expert guide, the tour moves at a leisurely pace and covers a half mile with frequent stops.

What to Expect

 Meet your guide at the southeast entrance of the Chase Tower. As the tour begins, admire the 'Four Seasons' mosaic by Marc Chagall at the Tower Plaza, then step inside the Marshall Field and Company Building to appreciate the Tiffany & Co–designed ceiling inside the atrium. Visit the colossal 50-foot-tall (15-meter) outdoor Picasso sculpture in Daley Plaz, then explore the subterranean world of the Chicago Pedway system, an extensive network of climate-controlled, underground concourses that connect buildings throughout downtown.

As you stroll along the central business district—also known as “The Loop”—learn about some of Chicago’s most famous buildings via shared iPads showcasing archival images of Chicago with maps, historic photos, and documentary video clips. Your tour concludes at the Chicago Cultural Center, a Chicago Landmark building, completed in 1897 and originally the city’s first central public library. 

Say goodbye to your guide and head on to your next Windy City destination.

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1 - 5 of 27 reviews

Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Rainy day rescue!

Mr Bean showed us interesting interiors and exteriors with great enthusiasm. We delighted in the church in the skyscraper. And the cultural Center was BEAUTIFUL! We would never have found it. Thank you for giving us a great time on a rainy day!

Thank TheresaBronte
Reviewed 3 days ago
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

This was an unbelievably awesome tour, and I would highly recommend! The tour guide was extremely friendly and knowledgeable about Chicago. It was a great way to start off our trip so we could learn about other things we wanted to do during our stay.

1  Thank Ivanna L
Reviewed 4 days ago
Lots of good information and great tour guide

My daughter and I had a stay-cation weekend in Chicago. We loved this informative tour filled with architectural information as well as some interesting Chicago history. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and bubbly.

1  Thank Darlene B
Reviewed 4 days ago
Interesting tidbits

My mom and I were in Chicago mainly to shop and see Hamilton, but wanted to do something a little educational too. This tour was perfect. Our guide was wonderful with so many interesting stories and we saw several little gems throughout our tour that...More

Thank Gina T
Reviewed 5 days ago
Not enough viewing of Interesting Interior Architecture

The intent of the tour was to view the varied and interesting interior architecture of buildings (and the pedway) in Chicago. The tour I went on was very limited of this and spent to long in selected buildings explaining many quite uninteresting facts, eg. the...More

Thank Anthony E
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