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Chicago City Tour Limo

For those looking to sightsee and want to set up a tour, Limo Service Chicago has a lot to offer. The great benefit of having a driver versus driving yourself is you not having to worry about directions, about parking and about drinking and driving. When you are having fun, the last thing you want to worry about is designating a driver. The driver of the limo will escort you and your guests from place to place, so you can relax and have a good time. Chicago is a world-class city of unsurpassed and matchless beauty, attracting visitors from around the nation and from world wide locations. Situated on the shores of Lake Michigan, in the heart of the Midwest, Chicago is home of the Blues, top sports teams, an internationally-renowned symphony orchestra, spectacular live theater, celebrated architecture, thousands of restaurants, and world-class museums and shops.

Chicago is a city of life, beauty, fortitude and spirit. It exemplifies play and work as one. Chicago continued to evolve in order to preserve and maintain its status and eminence as leading convention and tourism destination. In the second part of the 20th century, Chicago developed a reputation for ethnic variety and strength, which resulted in many of the city's cultural variety, ethnic restaurants and communities that are still popular today. Ethnic groups including Mexicans, Italians, Greeks and Polish people gravitated toward the city in the early part of the century. The city's inclusive environment encouraged those groups to stay and expand important communities within the city, remaining strongly integrated into the city's structure. Additional developments followed late in the century.

O'Hare International Airport, as it is now known today, was officially opened for commercial air traffic in 1955. Soon after its growth in 1959, O'Hare became the world's busiest airport, ending the reign previously held by Midway. The force of Midway Airport, however, never yielded even as the airport was virtually abandoned by the switching of operations to O'Hare. Actually, Midway went through major rebuilding and refurbishing and reopened in 1967. Today, Midway is one of the best growing airports in North America and its major redevelopment scheme was completed in 2004.

In addition to the advances made in air transportation, the city welcomed many new downtown hotels and more visitor attractions during the last part of the century. In 1994, as part of the $150 million redevelopment plan, Navy Pier re-opened as a tourist desirability and exposition core. Today, Navy Pier is the state's most popular tourist destination. The future of the convention and tourism industry continues to look brighter. Plans to build another building at McCormick Place are underway, as are a redevelopment project at O'Hare Airport and the creation of a major new tourist attraction downtown - Millenium Park.

During the new millennium, Chicago continued to be a financial powerhouse, with an especially well- built convention and tourism industry. The centralized location of the city, unmatched venues and world-class attractions continue to make Chicago one of the most popular destinations of America. Here are some of the attractions you may want to visit while you are in Chicago, Illinois.


The John G. Shedd Aquarium is an indoor public aquarium in Chicago, Illinois, which was opened on May 30, 1930. On the shores of Lake Michigan lies a doorway to an underwater world unlike anything you've ever seen, heard, or touched. Sharks patrol, jellies pulse, and fishes from around the world swim together. Shedd Aquarium gives to his guests the possibility to become explorers and not only visitors. Have you ever head-bobbed with a blue iguana on a desert island? Gotten eye-to-eye with a piranha in the Amazon? Or followed a sea turtle as she cruised through the Caribbean? With more than 32,500 animals representing 1,500 species, everything is possible at Shedd.

You can even have an up-close and personal encounter with dozens of sharks in Wild Reef. Floor-to-ceiling exhibit windows give you a diver's-eye view of a Philippines coral reef, crowded with live corals and further more than 500 species of reef fishes of all shapes, colors and sizes. Strip a mask and flippers onto your thoughts and chart an itinerary to Shedd, the World's Biggest Aquarium.

Shoreline Skyline Boat Tour See all of Chicago's fabulous lakefront places of interest and attractions with a convenient half-hour Lake Michigan boat ride from either of our two Navy Pier docks. Learn about Chicago's bright history and famous landmarks as you enjoy the panorama of Chicago's famous lakefront. This half-hour Skyline Boat Tour spans the whole panorama of Chicago's world notorious skyline, traveling north past Navy Pier to the Hancock Building, east out to the Lighthouse, and south towards the Sears Tower and Museum Campus which includes also the Shedd Aquarium, Field Museum and Adler Planetarium. We want your Lake Michigan cruise from Navy Pier to be a wonderful experience!

Gray Line: The Grand Tour

This is a complete tour of all that Chicago has to offer and recommend. You will pass through both the North Side and South Side business and residential districts. Discover on this four-hour tour of America's 'Windy City' the Grant Park, the front lawn of the city and site of Soldier Field. Learn about the Art Institute of Chicago and Orchestra Hall, home of the famous Chicago Symphony. Observe the Museum of Science and Industry and Lake Point Towers, an architecturally spectacular building of glass and curves. Tour the famous 'Loop' and State Street and journey over the Chicago River. All the sights covered in the North Side and South Shore tours are included in the Grand Tour. Time permitting, the tour stops to take in the magnificent views at the Lincoln Park Conservatory and the Museum Campus.

The Hancock Observatory

Find out why Chicago is called the “Windy City” by visiting the Hancock Observatory. It is located on the 94th floor of the John Hancock Building 1,000 feet in the world's fastest elevator. It is the city's only open-air skywalk. There you'll see a 360-degree unbelievable view of Chicago, Wisconsin, Michigan, Indiana and other parts of Illinois. Keep your experience on the edge with the open-air Skywalk on the top of the Magnificent Mile, and don't miss the dramatic murals of Chicago.

The Observatory also provides for some unique photo opportunities. A great dining option is The Cheesecake Factory, located at the lower level of the Hancock Building. Even after you elevator back to earth, you'll still have the sensation that your head is someplace in the Chicago clouds.

Sears Tower Skydeck

The most visited and highest observatory in Chicago is Skydeck. One cannot say that has seen Chicago until visiting Sears Tower Skydeck. For your enjoyment on the way up, the elevators are set with 50-inch flat screen monitors that make you feel like you're blasting off through the top of the Sears Tower and into space. Tower Skydeck exhibits glass case the city's rich history and brings Chicago's fantastic and spectacular skyline to life. Skydeck snapped out of it now. Newly added glass floored watching points, known as The Ledge permit visitors to look straight down 103 stories to the ground beneath. An unassailable view just got even better. Do not reflect on too much and visit as soon as possible Sears Tower Skydeck.

The Field Museum

The Field Museum was built-in in Chicago, Illinois on 16th of September, 1893 as the Columbian Museum of Chicago but its name was changed to Field Museum of Natural History in order to honor its benefactor, Marshall Field. It is located at Chicago's Museum Campus. The Field Museum was set up to lodge anthropological and biological collections, such as bird habitats, sea mammals, gems, fossils, Native American culture, plants exhibition, wild animals, a royal exhibition of Ancient Egypt and dinosaur skeletons. Sue is one of the most famous and largest assembled Tyrannosaurus Rex in existence. You will find her at the Field Museum.