Chicago Fact: The Loop is so named because Chicago's elevated train tracks (locals call it The El) surround the area.
There are many easy ways to start your Chicago Trolley & Double Decker adventure. Here are some helpful tips to get your tickets:
We count over 60 hotels within walking distance to our tour stops so there will always be a boarding location nearby. Just walk to any of the stops listed on our map and look for one of our friendly red-vested ticket agents.
There are many parking options downtown but we recommend one of the four parking garages located underneath Millennium Park. Those garages are easily accessible from all major highways. Two entrances are on Columbus Drive and two are located on Michigan Avenue. The parking rate seems to be less expensive than garages in other parts of the city.
If you are arriving in the city by Megabus or by train on Amtrak or Metra rail at either Union and Ogilvie train stations you can walk across the river to the east and pick up your tour at The Skydeck entrance of Willis Tower on the corner of Jackson and Wacker Drive.
If you are coming from O'Hare airport you can exit the Blue Line Train at Washington and Dearborn. There is a glass door leading into Block Thirty Seven and you can purchase tickets from our Explore Store located on the pedway level.
If you are coming from Midway airport you can exit the Orange Line Train at Randolph and Wabash. Head east on Randolph where you can pick up your tour at our Millennium Park stop located just across Michigan Avenue.
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