For this 3-hour Roaring ‘20s tour in Chicago meet in front of Potbelly Sandwich Shop at State Street and Lake Street a little before 1p.m. Your tour will take off right at 1p.m., so make sure not to be late.
First your guide shows you to the Chicago Theatre, where he or she fills you in on the history of the venue, and tells you stories of a few of its popular 1920s jazz performers. Then its off to the North side of the city. Your guide explains why many people, including Al Capone, considered the city a main hub of the decade. Learn about how prohibition, women’s suffrage, flappers, and even gangsters affected Chicago.
Pass other hotspots, including Hard Rock Hotel, Virgin Hotel, and the InterContinental Chicago before making your way to Harry Caray’s Italian Steakhouse on West Kinzie Street. Your tour guide leaves you here, and you can continue exploring on your own if you choose.