Chicago in Winter: 4 Ways to Stay Warm and See the Sights with Gray Line

Chicago Winter can be brutal, which means sight-seeing can be unbearable at times! However, Gray Line Tours has the solution to help you stay warm, while also visiting the hottest spots in the city. Here are 4 ways to stay warm during your visit with Gray Line: Take the Scenic Route Chosen itinerary aside, your...

Chicago Winter can be brutal, which means sight-seeing can be unbearable at times! However, Gray Line Tours has the solution to help you stay warm, while also visiting the hottest spots in the city. Here are 4 ways to stay warm during your visit with Gray Line:

Take the Scenic Route

Chosen itinerary aside, your sightseeing adventure begins aboard a climate-controlled stadium trolley, exclusive to the Gray Line experience. This heat will definitely come in handy once those temperatures drop! From stair-stepped seats, get the best views of Wrigley Field, Millennium Park, the Lincoln Park Zoo and every neighborhood in between.

Get the Grand Tour

Sports, parks, neighborhoods, skyscrapers, oh my! If you’re seeking the whole Chicago kit and kaboodle — with four hours to spare — hit the road in every direction for the most comprehensive of tours this city has to offer.

Learn the History

Chicago pizza may run deep, but the city’s history runs deeper. Thankfully, in addition to the usual suspects, these historic tours give context to often overlooked, but never forgotten, landmarks. Don’t miss Chicago staples such as Chess Records, Chinatown and the Museum of Science and Industry.

Embrace the Holiday Spirit

With a limited-time run through the end of December, German-inspired Christmas markets and festively lit landmarks line the route of Gray Line’s Chicago Holiday Lights Tour.