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Chicago, Illinois



What better city to host your unique and exciting event or your meeting than Chicago!


Situated on Lake Michigan, Chicago is among the largest cities in the U.S. Famed for its bold architecture, offering a skyline of towering skyscrapers, also picturesque parks with views of Lake Michigan, a collection of fine museums and many other cultural attractions.


When it comes to world-class restaurants Chicago is second to none. Throughout Chicago, you can find a restaurant for every taste and a cuisine from every country.


Chicago, named one of the Top 3 meeting destinations.



A selection of tours

Architect of Chicago on the River

A private custom designed architectural and historical tour of the Chicago River and Lake Michigan. You will learn about the development of the Second City from its origins as a frontier fort to its newest mega-building, Trump Tower! We will spotlight 50 historic and architecturally significant sites. This is a great tour and offers a different view of the city.

Who Lives in the Neighborhood

Explore the rich history that parallels one of Chicago’s most famous landmarks. This custom designed private car “L” tour features noted “L” Historians from the Chicago area. Learn the history, culture of the city, and architecture of the Chicago rapid transit system. You will travel through and around the city of Chicago, giving you the opportunity at specific stations, to experience the neighborhoods and learning about the fascinating cultural history of this wonderful city of Chicago. A great experience, not to be missed.!

The EL is one of Chicago’s most enduring symbols, in operation now for over a century. This tour will charter a private EL train and explore the system from its oldest stations to the newest stretches of track.

Ethnic Bakereys, Butchers, Stores

Chicago is known as “a city of neighborhoods,” many of which are home to the city’s many different ethnic groups. This tour will provide a chance to visit some of the stores where communities congregate and get a sense of the foods that are unique to each one.

  • Devon Avenue, home to the Indian community in Chicago and site of extraordinary grocers and spice shops.
  • Irving Park Road, home to the Polish butcher shops of Chicago.
  • Clark Street in Andersonville, center of Chicago’s Swedish community and home to some of the most well-regarded bakeries in the city
  • Taylor Street, the historic home of the Italian community on the South Side of Chicago, where Italian bakers and grocers still make their home today.
  • Halsted Street in Greektown, site of many of the city’s famous Greek restaurants and bakeries.

Museum of Science and Industry

The Museum of Science and Industry is a monumental Neo Classical structure dominating Jackson Park. It holds more than 800 exhibits and 2,000 interactive displays. Architect Charles B. Atwood based his design of this majestic building-built as a temporary structure for the 1893 World’s Fair and, today, the only surviving building from the fair-on classical Greek models. Over 270 columns and 24 caryatids, weighting 6 tons each grace the exterior. Unfortunately the building deteriorated badly after the fair, but in the mid 1920’s Julius Rosenwald, chairman of Sears, Roebuck and Co., campaigned to save it and founded the museum, donating millions of dollars to a massive reconstruction effort. The Museum of Science and Industry opened in 1933, in time for the Century of Progress World’s Exposition

Roble House

Sweeping horizontal planes, dramatic overhangs, continuous bands of art glass windows……..The Robie House is an icon of modern architecture. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in his Oak Park studio, the Robie House represents the culmination of the Prairie style. Be inspired by its amazingly contemporary spaces and its harmonious synthesis of the built and natural worlds. An added bonus is a firsthand glimpse into the current historic restoration that is returning the building to its original appearance in 1910

Oak Park

In 1889, Frank Lloyd Wright moved to Oak Park at the age of 22. During the next 20 years here, he created many groundbreaking buildings as his legendary Prairie School style evolved. This community is home to 25 Wright buildings – the largest group of his work anywhere. Oak Park is also known for its Literary association; famed American writer Ernest Hemingway was born here in 1899



A selection of evening event venues

360 Building

While not as famous as the Sears Tower, for many locals the “360” remains the archetypal Chicago skyscraper, with its bold, tapered shape and exterior steel cross-bracing design. The “360” delivers an excellent panorama of the city and an intimate view over nearby Lake Michigan and the various shoreline residential areas. On a clear day you can see portions of the three states surrounding this corner of Illinois

“360” offers a high speed elevator to the Observatory Deck in 40 seconds. It is here that your group will enjoy their evening event.

Chicago Theatre

On-Site Productions, together with its associates, would create an environment within the Chicago Theatre for your reception and dinner with "dinner on stage." We would create an original musical review around your guests on stage that would highlight the excitement, entertainment, culture and diversity that makes Chicago one of the greatest cities in the world.

Chicago Cultural Center

Preston Bradley Hall is the perfect place to offer your clients for a reception and dinner. Preston Bradley Hall has the most spectacular Tiffany glass domed ceiling, believed to be one of the largest in the world, together with twenty-five Tiffany glass chandeliers. Large marble arches inlaid with sparkling mosaics within the Hall and not to be forgotten, the spectacular view of Millennium Park.