TOURS Lotton 900 N. Michigan Avenue Level 6 Chicago | (312) 664-6203 www.LOTTONGALLERY.COM gallery 16 WHERETRAVELER CHICAGO D E C E MBER 2 0 1 9 ® have sights to show and stories to tell. Located close to the museum village is one of the most beautiful spots in Illinois: the Naperville Riverwalk. ROSEMONT With a next-door neighbor like O’Hare International Airport, there is always plenty of activity here. The Rosemont Theatre is a performing-arts center featuring Broadway productions. The much larger Allstate Arena hosts big-name concerts and is home to the area’s professional AHL hockey team, the Chicago Wolves. And Parkway Bank Park hosts dining, entertainment and outdoor events. Tours/Charters BIG BUS TOURS CHICAGO Choose from Classic, Premium, Deluxe and Night Tour “Big Loop” tickets for this extensive, hop-on and hop-off tour of Chicago and major city attractions on a luxury double-decker bus. Purchase tickets online or at any bus stop location, including Millennium Park, Navy Pier, Willis Tower and John Hancock Center. Tickets $29-$58.50; children ages 5-15 $15-$31.50; under 5 free; some discounts available online. Stop 1: Chicago Riverwalk, 98 E. Upper Wacker Dr., 877.285.4796. www.bigbustours.com CHICAGO CRIME The luxury, climate-controlled bus visits famous crime scenes and stops at the historic criminal courthouse. Meet at the southeast corner of Pearson Street and Michigan Avenue. Check website for schedule. $39.95. Advance reservations recommended. 163 E. Pearson St., 312.888.6224. El: Red to Chicago www. chicagocrimetours.com CHICAGO HAUNTED GANGSTER PUB TOUR There’s all kinds of “spirits” on this 2.5-hour walking tour of bootlegger and mobster hangouts during the Prohibition era. Traverse alleyways, basements and three to four bars. F-Sa 8:30 pm, $25. 33 W. Kinzie St., 844.678.8687. www. nightlyspirits.com
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