Chicago TV & Movie Locations Tour

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Chicago Movie Tour

A tour designed to hit some of Chicago’s must-see TV and movie filming locations may include stops at locations from hit movies such as the action-packed Dark Knight, the 90s classic romantic comedy My Best Friend’s Wedding, and every kid’s dream, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off — a true love letter to Chicago. These tours are usually focused on driving, with limited time to explore on foot.

Half-Day Tour: A half-day tour allows more opportunity for you to take full advantage of being on a driving tour. You visit plenty of must-see spots from popular films, and you have time to explore locations from TV shows and other movies and spend more time seeing these locations up close, on foot. Head into the Hilton Hotel of Chicago or visit other locations around the city from the thriller The Fugitive, avoid a pileup on Lower Wacker Drive (from The Blues Brothers), see the Chicago Fire Academy, where the TV show Chicago Fire is filmed, or take a tour of the iconic Wrigley Field, which has been used in countless films, including Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and A League of Their Own.

Full-Day Tour: A full-day tour gives you the chance to explore filming locations from nearly as many movies and TV shows as you want! Head out to the suburbs to see Kevin McAllister’s house from Home Alone, grab a drink at Emmit’s Pub like Linus did in Ocean’s 11, or relive the 90s and check out the Rainbo Club and Biograph Theatre from High Fidelity. In between stops, we show you some of the iconic historic and architectural sights of the city, you experience a wonderful variety of neighborhoods, and you get your fill of the city’s history, art, and culture.