Chicago Pedway Walking Tour
Explore Chicago by following the heated tunnels, walkways and passages that connect the city’s famous landmarks and buildings. Your comedic guide takes you on an interesting, informative and humorous walk while highlighting Chicago’s well-known and lesser-known landmarks from a different perspective.
- Comprehensive tour of the city
- Fully narrated tour
- Ideal choice for families
- Led by a local guide
- Perfect introduction for first-time visitors
Connecting many of Chicago’s famous landmarks is a network of heated tunnels, bridges, passages and walkways. Your guide will take you on a 90-minute walk through these passages, highlighting a different side of Chicago.
Your guide doubles as a comedian and will give you a historical and interesting perspective on Chicago’s Pedway that dates back to WWII. You'll hear the story of how Mayor Richard J. Daley acquired the famed Pablo Picasso sculpture, and see the portion of the Pedway where the Dark Knight was filmed.
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Concludes at Michigan and Randolph
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Monday/Thursday Walking Tour
This tour operates on Mondays and Thursdays and departs from inside the "Gallery of Shops"
Saturday Walking Tour
This tour operates on Saturdays and departs from Block 37 Mall
- Local guide
- Tour of Chicago's Pedway
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Gratuities (optional)
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately
Reviewed by: Michelle V, August 2014
We are Chicagoans, and we really enjoyed getting to know about the Pedway. Margaret was a great guide.
Reviewed by: Patricia K, August 2014
Best tour ever. Pace was great. Learnt about the hidden secrets of Chicago I didn't get on any other tour. The stained glass exhibit blew my mind and the history Margaret had about the evolution of the districts, buildings etc was great. This is a must do when you come to Chicago