Explore the Buildings, Booze and Jazz of Chicago With Roaring '20s Pub Crawl
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The last date listed for Chicago's Roaring '20s Pub Crawl was Friday September 5, 2014 / 5:00pm.
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The Second City has some fascinating stories to tell -- among them, how Chicago got that particular nickname and what it has to do with Mrs. O'Leary's cow. You'll hear about that and much more on this two-and-a-half-hour historical walking tour along the city's River Walk, which caps off with a fun 10-minute boat ride on the famed river itself. You'll be entertained by stories about the Fort Dearborn Massacre, the Great Chicago Fire, 1893 World's Fair, the Burnham Plan, Union Stockyards and beyond, complete with accompanying vintage pics. And because of the small group size, this particular excursion allows for a more relaxed pace and easier two-way interaction between the tour guide and guests. Learn More
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It wasn't bad. There were many pieces of interesting information. The trivia questions were great. However, the male guide looked and sounded overexcited. I much preferred the female guide, although she needs to talk louder. It would have been really awesome if the circuit had included a dinner at Tommy Gun's Garage Restaurant, on Wabash, in the South Loop. That experience would have been very memorable, and would have given us with a more real and emotional taste of the Roaring Twenties. And please, more Dixieland and Swing old Jazz music! The restaurant by the river had an orchestra performing regular, modern jazz, not related with that era.