30 One-Time Architecture Tours Now Open to the Public

Society of Architectural Historians logoEver so slowly, the weather is starting to warm up, and a bleary-eyed Chicagoland aches to go outside.  Lucky for you, dozens of architecture tours have suddenly become available.

The Society of Architectural Historians is holding its annual convention in Chicago April 15th through the 19th.  As part of the event, more than 30 tours of Chicago will be on offer.  But you don’t have to be an architectural historian to take one.  They’re open to the public!

Some of the tours are a little pricey, especially considering that the Chicago Architecture Foundation’s Open House Chicago tours are free.  But a few go places you’ve never been able to go before.  And some include transportation and even a lunch. To see which tours are still available, follow this link.

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