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Radicalism and Reaction Trolley Tour
Explore places significant to twentieth-century Chicago radicals with CHM historian Peter T Alter.
Graceland Cemetery Tour
Discover the remarkable stories of the Chicago elite buried in this famous cemetery.
Above the City Train Tour
Explore the historic buildings and back porches of the North Side Brown Line on the city's most picturesque L line.
Innovation and Architecture Train Tour
Ride the Green Line South, which transported visitors to the 1893 world's fair.
Movement of the People Train Tour
Discover the story of the Blue Line.
Gold Coast Walking Tour
Whisk away to a time when Chicago's rich and famous caroused on the coast.
Old Town Walking Tour
Step into the Old Town Triangle, where each structure has a story, from elaborate Queen Anne-style homes to balloon-frame cottages to the iconic St. Michael's Church.
Devil in the White City Bus Tour
Inspired by Erik Larson's best-selling book, go back to 1893 to follow the trails of Daniel Burnham and the devilish doings of H.H. Homes.
Bohemian National Cemetery: After Hours Walking Tour
Walk the grounds after the gates are locked. Bring your own flashlight or headlamp.
Sheffield Stroll Walking Tour
Explore the history of the Sheffield/DePaul neighborhood, from its earliest German settlers to today's well-heeled residents.
Playboy Walking Tour
The men's magazine that propelled the sexual revolution was first published in Chicago in 1953.
Pilsen Murals Walking Tour
Walk through Pilsen and get the larger meaning behind the artwork in Chicago’s capital of Mexican culture.