Chicago's filmmaking history is almost as old as movies themselves and this is your chance to discover the city of Chicago from the director’s chair.
The first motion picture camera was manufactured in around 1895, and by 1897 William Selig, a former magician, was producing and showing films in Chicago. Today the city’s film-making heritage goes from strength to strength, immortalized in blockbusters including the Dark Night, Road to Perdition and more.
On this inspirational 2 hour tour, you’ll hop on board the movie bus to go behind the scenes for all of Chicago’s classic movies including the Blues Brothers, Ferris Bueller’s Day off, The Sting, North by Northwest on more. You’ll visit more than 30 sites from Chinatown to Uptown, Lakeview to Downtown as you discover the unique locations were more than 80 movies were shot. Ride in comfort and style on board a luxury bus as movie scenes literally come to life around you.
Whether you’re a movie buff or just curious to view Chicago from a whole new perspective, you’ll gain a whole new insight into the Windy City’s incredible and diverse film making heritage.
You’ll climb aboard a luxury motor coach and see the city from the director's chair. At each location, you’ll watch scenes come to life on multiple video screens while getting up close and personal with memorable locations. This tour is perfect for both movie lover and those looking for a fun way to experience the Windy City
This tour lasts for two hours and visits sites located in Chinatown, Uptown, Lakeview, Downtown and more.
You’ll find out more about movies including:
The Dark Knight
Road to Perdition
Nothing in Common
Stranger Than Fiction
About Last Night
You are welcome to bring your own popcorn, snacks and drinks to consume on the tour.