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Chicago Haunted Archer Avenue Tour
Justice, Illinois
United States

Chicago Haunted Archer Avenue Tour that is an audio and photo tour of 16 haunted locations on Archer Avenue and surrounding areas. The tour includes 6 cemeteries. The tour is a creation of Chicago Paranormal Host, Psychic Medium (was awarded Best Psychic in Chicago), and Paranormal Author, Edward Shanahan. Edward has lived his whole 50 plus years within 5 minutes of many of the locations on the tour and has experienced each one them.

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Lincoln Park Chicago
Chicago, Illinois
United States

Visit Chicago's most historic neighborhoods and best cultural institutions along with sites of its violent Prohibition era crimes.


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Moscone Center Tour
San Francisco, California
United States

Short San Francisco Tour that starts near the Moscone Center and ends at the Ferry Building.


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Westin St Francis Tour
San Francisco, California
United States

Tour of San Francisco that starts at the Westin St. Francis and ends at the City Bookstore


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Santa Cruz California
Santa Cruz, California
United States

Santa Cruz has been drawing in travelers ever since it was discovered by the wealthy of San Francisco. Today, it is still drawing in travelers, surfers, beach lovers, and amusement park fans.


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Philadelphia Independence National Historic Park
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
United States

Philadelphia's Independence National Historic Park is the most historic square mile in the United States. This park holds some of the most historic and famous buildings that were the sites of events that were central to the founding of the United States. Included in the tour are stops to view the primary US symbols such as the Liberty Bell. The tour also explains the radical religious ideas behind the formation of Pennsylvania and the radical political thoughts that formed the United States. Stops also describe about how people lived during the early days of the US and how Philadelphia continued to be at an influence of the early nation.


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Downtown Chicago
Chicago, Illinois
United States

Chicago is famed for its industry, its politics, its weather, its sports and its food and entertainment. This tour is a great introduction for all travelers to the Windy City. As you stroll through downtown Chicago, you will covers the Magnificent Mile and Grant Park. The tour begins at Museum Campus and wanders through Grant Park to meet up with the Magnificent Mile. As you walk around the Chicago River, you will meet the earliest inhabitants of Chicago and the massacre that slowed the city's development. Moving past the best shopping in Chicago, you will learn about the eccentrics that help form Chicago and the remains of Chicago that narrowly survived the Great Fire. The tour ends with a great view of city at the 95th floor lounge of the John Hancock Building.


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Downtown Athens Georgia
Athens, Georgia
United States

Enjoy this tour of Downtown Athens. Tour provided by: Athens Welcome Center


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Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
, Hawaii
United States

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is one of the gems of the U.S. Park Service. It is the best place in the world to view active volcanoes from the comfort of your car. This tour focuses on Crater Rim Drive, which circles the park and visits the majority of the destination in the park that are a must see for the traveler. Along the way, you will have the native plants and animals pointed out, learn the basics of volcanology and explore the culture of ancient and modern Hawaiians.


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Civil Rights Movement in Montgomery Alabama
Montgomery, Alabama
United States

Travel along the streets of Montgomery, Alabama and learn the history of the civil rights movement. Learn about Rosa Parks, E.D. Nixon, Frank M. Johnson and the role the government played in shaping the civil rights movement. This tour was made possible through content derived from the Montgomery Chamber of Commerce.


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