Explore a side of Chicago architecture and history unknown to most visitors during this 1.5-hour Pedway tour, traversing a collection of corridors, tunnels and underground walkways connecting many of the city's best-known buildings. It's a great way to discover some of Chicago's most famous sights and get away from the crowds
Begin your Pedway walking tour at 10:30am. Your departure location depends on the day of your tour, so confirm with your operator before you arrive. Join your informative and joke-cracking guide, who also works as a comedian, as you discover the intricate network of the Chicago Pedway, which was constructed around the time of WWII.
As you traverse this fascinating network of walkways, you'll hear about how the city's former mayor, Richard J. Daley, acquired the famed Picasso sculpture that now rests in Daley Plaza, and view the section of the Pedway where Christopher Nolan's Batman film The Dark Knight was filmed. Emerge back onto the streets of Chicago at the corner of Michigan and Randolph with a newfound appreciation for Chicago's unique architecture and history.