Chicago Crime Tours - Crime and Mob Bus Tour

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Escape into Chicago's underworld on this crime and mob tour. Investigate Al Capone, John Dillinger, H.H. Holmes, George Streeter, Leopold & Loeb and more.
Duration:  1hr 30mins - 2hrs
Cancellation:  No refunds for cancelled bookings
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Get off the bus and retrace the last steps of famous bank robber John Dillinger and North Side Gangster Hymie Weiss, see Al Capone’s speakeasy and check out the entrance to underground tunnels for bootleggers. Take in the view of the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre, historic landmark buildings and more.

What's Included

-Interactive and knowledgeable tour guide
-Luxury bus with friendly and professional chauffeur
-Several stops, including inside and outside locations
-Great photo opportunities

Additional Information

-Report 10 minutes early to check-in with your tour guide. Bus departs on time.

-Bring a camera to capture great views and historic sites.

Cancellation policy

All sales are final. Rescheduling fees apply.

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Feb 24, 2020
Tour guide was great and we enjoyed the information. However, the bus was completely full and the back row of the bus should NOT be used to seat people. It is way too small. My group was stuck in the back row for the first leg of the tour, and one of our group members is 6' 4" and literally immediately got off the bus. He paid for the tour and didn't even attend it, there was simply no room for him. If you could refund his $ that would be really nice. His name is Mike Anderson and he was on the 2:00 tour this past Saturday, 2/22. Please, please, please don't seat the back row anymore. Also, the bus was EXTREMELY warm. They couldn't seem to cool off the bus and people were pretty uncomfortable.
Feb 18, 2020
The tour guide was good and the bus was great, but we felt like there wasn’t much “meat” to the tour as there was a lot of driving around and didn’t really see anything except the theater where Dillinger was killed. Feel like it’s overpriced for the information provided.
Feb 6, 2020
It was very similar to a different tour we took 3 years ago. The only difference was the vault found in the restaurant. That was very interesting.


Meeting location:  163 E Pearson St


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