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Lights Camera Cruise!
Experience Chicago’s very first film cruise celebrating the dramatic history of Chicago based films. Cruise behind the scenes into “The Blues Brothers”, "Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”, “Transformers: Dark of the Moon”, “The Dark Knight” and countless other Chicago based classics. Our specially trained guides provide exciting and detailed descriptions hitting all the highlights from Charlie Chaplin’s work at Essansay Studios to Oprah Winfrey’s Harpo studios. The perfect cruise for films fans and families interested in Chicago history with a blockbuster twist. Your red carpet moment is here so grab your shades and some popcorn and get ready to cruise into of your favorite Chicago Hollywood films.
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Travel on the all three branches of the Chicago River, go just north of Chicago Avenue, and then on the South branch sail to about Polk Street.
“Wow. You think you know Chicago? Take a ride on this cruise and you will be blown away by the information. We took the 90 minute cruise. It included free cookies, soda, coffee and tea which was a nice touch.”
““Don't be tempted by the boats on the main river” - Their location is not on the river itself but just a few minutes walk from it. worth it !”
“This is my 8th time on a Chicago architectural river cruise and this was by far the most informative and biggest bang for your buck.”
“Great tour! Learned so much about the history of Chicago architecture. Would definitely do this again since skyline changes with new buildings going up.”
“The best guide on our whole USA trip. We took the Architecture tour where the boat meandered in between all of the incredible buildings of the city with the guide knowing EVERYTHING about each building; its style, age, height, architect, cost, purpose, owner ….. Quite brilliant!”
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