If you are interested in the rich African-American culture and history of Chicago, Tour Black Chicago will show you some of ... More
Tour Black Chicago
If you are interested in the rich African-American culture and history of Chicago, Tour Black Chicago will show you some of the landmarks at its roots. The two-hour tour includes stops at the Oliver Baptist Church and the surrounding Bronzeville area, the A. Phillip Randolph Pullman Porter Museum and Louis Farrakhan's home.
Known as "the city of neighborhoods," Chicago is home to 77 diverse community areas, each with rich cultures and traditions.
Explore vibrant communities and learn about heritage and ethnic backgrounds on four hour walking tours that visit national landmarks, ...
While no longer the world's tallest building, the Willis Tower (formerly Sears Tower) still stands proud. High speed elevators climb
110 stories to the observatory deck, and when clear, the view from 1454 feet (443 meters) can be stunning. ...
The best way to enjoy the sights around Chicago River is by foot. Walk along the promenade, from the south
shore to the Lakefront Bike Path along with a number of other walkers. If you get hungry or thirsty ...