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Twelve “After-Five” Tours keep people in the Loop

Posted by Admin On April - 29 - 2011

Chicago Architecture Foundation Offers Late Walking Tours and Cruises

 

Chicago, IL – People meeting up after work can take in an architecture tour and still get home for dinner. The Chicago Architecture Foundation offers after-work tours that take advantage of the sunsets on Chicago’s skyscrapers. All tours are led by the incomparable Chicago architecture Foundation docents. May through September

From Log Cabin to Trump Tower: Chicago River Main Branch
      – select evenings at 5:30pm

      Wolf Point, the Wigwam and the West Loop: River Bend
      – select evenings at 5:30pm

      Downtown Deco

      – Mondays at 5:30pm
     
      Millennium Park Revealed

      – Tuesdays at 5:30pm
     
      Historic Downtown (south loop): Rise of the Skyscrapers

      – Wednesdays at 5:30pm
     
     
Historic Downtown (north loop): Treasures of Culture & Commerce
      – Thursdays at 5:30pm
     
      Modern Skyscrapers

      – Fridays at 5:30pm
     
      Gold Coast: Dearborn Street

      – Select evenings at 6pm
     
      Gold Coast: Astor Street
      – Select evenings at 6pm
     
      Evanston Downtown
      – Select evenings at 5:30pm
     
      Vice to Nice
      – Select evenings at 5:30pm

The “date night” Chicago Architecture Foundation River Cruise aboard Chicago’s First Lady Cruises is offered at 5:30 pm, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from June 4-October 2.

For detailed information check: www.architecture.org – P 312.922.3432

 The Chicago Architecture Foundation is located at 224 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60604. Current exhibition is Chicago Model City with a large scale model of Chicago. The Chicago Architecture Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing public interest and education in architecture and design. The Chicago Architecture Foundation pursues this mission through architecture tours, exhibitions, panel discussions, and youth and adult education programs. For further information visit www.architecture.org or call 312.922.3432 or become a facebook fan: www.facebook.com/chicagoarchitecture or follow on twitter: www.twitter.com/chiarchitecture

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