You will learn Chicago Filmmaking History! Behind The Scenes Trivia! Current Chicago Film Activity! And more...
BUY TICKETS NOW (a reserved block is being held for us until this Saturday)
(Sunday, November 18, 2012; 12:00 pm) (Tour leaves at 12:30 pm)
[Purchase Tickets Here]
*Pick Up on the West Side of Clark Street Between Ontario and Ohio, Next to the Rock N Roll McDonald's
How long is the tour?
The tour is approximately 2 hours in length but will vary based on traffic conditions and weather.
Can I get off the bus?
While not encouraged, you can get off, but will not be able to get back on.
Is there a rest room on the bus?
Are food and beverages allowed on board?
Of course. Nothing goes better with movies than snacks and drinks. The tour is also BYOB, because nothing goes better with drinks than more drinks.
Can I bring a camera?
Absolutely. Cameras are welcome and our bus stops in front of most sites for photo opportunities.
The Chicago Film Tour is the brainchild of Midwest native and film buff John Brinkman. It is a family owned and operated business. The Tour is the first of it's kind in the Chicagoland area and is both entertaining and educational, with a mixture of both old and new. The tour is always evolving to incorporate footage from brand new movies and rediscovered old gems.
They'll take you over 30 miles in less than two hours, venturing from Chinatown to Uptown, Lakeview to Downtown and everything in between. The Chicago Film Tour hits more than 30 sites where over 80 movies were shot, from Hollywood blockbusters like The Dark Knightand The Fugitiveto Chicago favorites like Ferris Bueller's Day Offand The Blues Brothersto movie classics like North by Northwestand The Sting.
Climb into their luxury motor coach and you'll see the city from the director's chair. At each location, watch scenes come to life on their multiple video screens while getting up close and personal with memorable locations. Whether you are a movie lover or just a couch potato looking for a novel way to experience the Windy City, Chicago Film Tours has something for you.
The Dark Knight
Road to Perdition
Nothing in Common
Stranger Than Fiction
About Last Night
See them all on this tour!
Note: this event is being posted on multiple groups so the number of rsvps on this group may not accurately portray the actual number of people in attendance.
(two dollars is collected to help offset the $19/mo fee that meetup charges organizers for posting events on their site)