Prohibition Walking Tour in Chicago’s River North & Gold Coast Neighborhoods
Prohibition stirred a massive controversy at its time in America as explored in the Prohibition Walking Tour of Chicago. However, it also started an explosive revolution of hidden speakeasies and scandal, leaving a legacy that still permeates into pop culture today.
Start Date: Now
End Date: Saturday, December 25, 2021
Location: American Walks – SW corner of Franklin St. & Chicago Ave., Chicago, IL 60612
Cost: $12.50 (Ticketing processing fees apply.)
Additional dates and times may be available. Times and prices vary by date. Please view ticketing page for details.
Learn how Chicago was affected, and check out some of the most historic landmarks on this Prohibition Era walking tour of the Gold Coast and River North neighborhoods, where you’ll discover some hidden gems and longtime favorites.
This tour is between 1 – 2 miles of walking and not recommended for anyone who can not walk and stand for long periods of time. This tour is 21 and over.
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