10,000+ 5 Reviews
Longest Tour & Best Deal In The City
Discounts & Promotions

See What the Windy City Has in Store

On a Guided Tour of Chicago’s Architecture

Put a new spin on visiting one of the largest cities in the United States! Chicago architecture boat tours are one of the most popular ways to explore the town that’s home to designs by Louis Sullivan and Frank Lloyd Wright. We offer 90-minute architecture cruises that cover all 3 branches of the Chicago River, as well as private boat charters for those planning an event on the water. Got a group of 10 or more? Check out our group cruises and tours, where we offer discounts for large groups like school groups and convention attendees.

Our Chicago Recommendations

In addition to architecture boat tours, Chicago features many points of interest for tourists making their way to the Windy City. Check out the Skydeck(opens in a new tab), a viewing area on the 103rd floor of the Willis Tower with a glass floor to see the streets down below. You can also stroll through Grant Park, home to some of the city’s most notable attractions. See Buckingham Fountain(opens in a new tab) and the Art Institute of Chicago(opens in a new tab), home to artwork like Seurat’s “Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte(opens in a new tab)”. And don’t forget to snap a photo with Cloud Gate(opens in a new tab)—affectionately referred to as “the Bean”—located inside Millenium Park(opens in a new tab).

For those who can’t get enough of the city’s culture and history, the Museum Campus is something you won’t want to miss. You’ll find three of the city’s main museums there: the Field Museum(opens in a new tab), Shedd Aquarium(opens in a new tab), and Adler Planetarium(opens in a new tab). And for NFL fans, Soldier Field(opens in a new tab) is only a short walk away!

Our marina is located in downtown Chicago, so it’s easy to explore these attractions after taking an architecture boat cruise with us. Check out our tour options below to learn more about what our city has to offer.


Hear from Our Previous Guests

Want More Information?

We’re Here to Help