Reviewed by: GARY C, May 2015
This tour was amazing!
Reviewed by: James B, April 2015
We were very disappointed with the bus service. There were no trollies. The only service was the open air buses and at this time of year in Chicago it was quite cold. There were very long waits between buses. They did not run every 15 minutes. All of the employees with whom we had contact were very nice. The guides knew their material very well.
Reviewed by: Carrie, February 2015
I enjoyed myself but many of the things that were identified on the go card as being discounted were no longer available or seasonal and we were unable to get a deal at all by using the go card during this time of the year
Reviewed by: Brian S, August 2014
Reviewed by: Denis U, United Kingdom, May 2014
Good value if you plan how to maximise the benefits available. The imposed time constraints don't make this easy. The grey line hop on and off service came half hourly less frequent than the raal firm.
Reviewed by: Diego R, July 2013
The Go Chicago Card is ok, but has shortfalls:
1. Primarily, it does not give discounts for children, students or seniors. Most of the museums and attractions give these discounts groups;
2. The bus services are not very good. The trolley doesn´t run all days (and we were not informed), the staff at Palmer House is not corteous and gives incorrect information;
3. If you take the 2 day pass several you wil not have enough time to go to all the attractions. You cannot do more than 4 attractions a day;
5. If you know which attractions you want to see, book individually in advance and get the discounts and the avoidance of lines.
Reviewed by: Alastair S, June 2013
Very useful for admissions to sites. One address for picking up card was out of date