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Chicago Architectural Boat Tour

Chicago Architectural Boat TourPrivate Tour $2,100

  • 45 Guests
  • Transportation
  • Private Tour
  • Certified Tour Guide
  • Lesson Plans
April 1st - November 30th
Handicap Accessible
Group will be picked up in a clean school bus and transported to the North Pier Docks at the River East Art Center - just west of Navy Pier.
Group will be met by a certified City of Chicago tour guide and escorted to the ship. The group will relax and be treated to fresh Starbucks coffee, soft drinks, and fresh-baked cookies or muffins.
Group will embark on a 90 minute architectural cruise on both Lake Michigan and the Chicago River - routes can be customized. Ships are handicapped-accessible, excluding restrooms. There are handicap accessible bathrooms not far from the ship.
Bus will pick up group at Navy Pier for return home.
ADDITIONAL ADD-ON: Tour guide will walk the group to Navy Pier to eat a one of the local restaurants. Menus are pre-selected for the group and offer a variety of menu choices to accommodate most dietary requirements - menus can be customized. Each meal will include unlimited water, coffee, and soft drinks; appetizer; entree; dessert.
Prices include all taxes. Tour non-refundable within 14 days of trip. Routes and schedule subject to change due to weather, Chicago lock operations and bridges.

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