Immerse yourself in the history of organized crime in Chicago from Prohibition until the 1990s, focusing on the lives and careers of many of Chicago’s most famous gangsters.The “There Goes The Neighbor Hood” tour focuses…
Explore Chicago’s Gangster History
This in-depth, two-and-a-half-hour bus tour immerses you in Chicago’s Prohibition Era crime history. You visit notorious sites associated with Al Capone, his North Side rivals, and John Dillinger, including where the infamous St. Valentine’s Day Massacre took place, where Dillinger was killed, and the locations of other gangland hits and near misses.
Your tour guide is John Binder, author of Al Capone’s Beer Wars and The Chicago Outfit and the consultant on numerous organized crime documentaries. He shares his vast knowledge on the subject and answers all your questions throughout the tour.
This luxury bus tour involves no walking, but we do make a few stops where you are welcome to exit the bus to get a closer look.The bus leaves promptly at the scheduled time, from the southeast corner of Michigan Avenue and Monroe Street in downtown Chicago (across from Millennium Park), so please try to arrive early to allow for variability in travel times.