Chicago’s skyline is legendary, our city’s soaring architecture distinguishes it from every city in the world and there’s no more scenic way to view it than from the Chicago Riverwalk.
The Architecture Boat Tour is one of the most popular tours to learn about Chicago history but it’s also expensive.
Another way to learn about the city’s history, as well as the significance of the riverwalk, is by taking the pay-what-you-can Chicago Riverwalk and History Tour with Free Tours By Foot.
The two-hour tour is led by a professional tour guide who escorts participants along the Chicago River and past landmarks like Fort Dearborn, Marina City and the Wrigley Building.
The Chicago Riverwalk and History Tour generally runs on Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays at 2 pm. Reservations are required and group sizes are limited for public tours.
Chicago Riverwalk and History Tour
Free Tours By Foot
1 W. Wacker Dr.
Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays, 2 pm