Old bus. For sure a knowledgeable guide but without the film scenes playing during driving past the actual venues it wouldn't have made any sense to me. If you're bored. Nice way to spend 25$. But don't expect too much.
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Took a family trip to Chicago and they are huge movie fans so I thought this tour would be a perfect match. Called Friday and left a message called Saturday and emailed Saturday and called Sunday. Never received a call back and when I emailed...More
We try to always do something new when we visit Chicago. Found this which sounded interesting. The tour guide, James McDonald, is a movie critic and very knowledgeable about the film industry, especially in Chicago. For the most part the tour was very interesting as...More
We booked the film tour in advance online and were rather disappointed. Although the gentleman doing the tour was very pleasant and knowledgable, many of the films mentioned were simply ones I had never heard of. We seemed to spend more time actually sat in...More
Booked and confirmed this tour through my credit card rewards program (Chase Saphire). I paid in advance and had the tour company's booking confirmation. As other reviewers have indicated, the pickup point was a designated street corner near a McDonalds. But since there were a...More
Started out at the Rock and Roll McDonald's, which was a fun attraction, and then aboard a comfortable bus, with drop down monitors, and a VERY knowledgeable guide, not only do you get to see, and experience where some of your favorite films are made,...More
This was a great tour, informative and engaging. Not just about films but also covered some Chicago history to put content into perspective. We took our 8 year old and he also enjoyed it.
I’ll begin by saying that I grew up in Chicago many years ago, and I saw and learned countless new things! This is not your usual bus tour with a boring canned presentation. I don’t really consider myself a film buff, but the stories were...More
My wife and I are avid film buffs, one of the main reasons we headed to Chicago is for it's Batman and Ferris connections. After being very excited for what we saw as a 2 hour fun filled tour, the booked time grew closer and...More
Booked this trip well in advance. The meeting point was a McDonalds restaurant, in an unfamiliar city and on arrival there was nothing to suggest we were in the right place. Other tours had their signage clearly laid out but there was nothing for the...More