Architecture tours lead the way in bringing visitors to increasingly crowded Chicago River

Chicago Tribune LogoFrom Hailey Mensik at the Chicago Tribune:

“New Jersey resident Bob Sickles took Wendella’s nighttime architecture boat tour down the Chicago River with his wife last year to see the work of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, among other architects, tower above the green water.

They came back on a muggy Thursday afternoon this summer for a refresher. “Every year there are new, different buildings,” Sickles said.

One of the most popular ways to see Chicago’s eclectic, rapidly changing skyline is from the river, where buildings rise like Legos as boatloads of tourists sail past dozens of times each day.”

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2018-07-06T15:33:45+00:00July 5th, 2018|news|