Best Lakefront Architecture Cruise in Chicago

The Best Lakefront Architecture Cruise in Chicago

We all know how great yachts can be for special occasions. We’ve celebrated (or seen others celebrate) birthdays, bachelor and bachelorette parties, anniversaries, corporate parties, and even weddings this way! Private yachts offer a secluded, comfortable, and luxurious experience for countless different occasions. 

But if you’re looking for another great way to take advantage of this exciting experience, why not try a lakefront architecture cruise in Chicago? 

This fun and unique activity is filled to the brim with beautiful sights and overflowing with interesting bits of information about one of the greatest cities in the world. Chicago is affectionately nicknamed “The Jewel of the Midwest”, and once you take this tour, you’ll understand why! Contact us about the best lakefront architecture cruise in Chicago today aboard Adeline’s Sea Moose.

Our tour guides will give you all of the information you’ll need to experience an unforgettable, exciting, and relaxing day out. Unlike old or traditional lakefront sightseeing cruise tours, you’ll also have plenty of space to spread out and get comfortable. You will not be confined to a seat! We have luxury lounge areas, multiple levels to wander through, and a surround sound system that will allow you to hear clearly from any area of the yacht during your lakefront architecture cruise in Chicago. 

Here are just a few of the highlights of your Chicago lakefront architecture cruise aboard Adeline’s Sea Moose: 

The Great Chicago Fire

In 1871, a massive blaze broke out and spread throughout Chicago. It burned for over two days and destroyed a large part of the city. Despite this tragedy, Chicago rebuilt from the trauma and now stands as one of the most famous cities in the world. When you tour your lakefront architecture cruise, you’ll learn all about this tragic event in history and see some of the areas that were touched by the blazing fire. But most amazingly, how the Second City showed resilience with hope. 

Queen’s Landing

Aptly named, Queen’s Landing is the spot in Chicago where Queen Elizabeth II disembarked in 1959. This concrete pier offers outstanding views of the city and harbor. From the water, Queen’s Landing sits alongside Chicago’s famous skyline for a historical and unforgettable view that lovers of history, beauty, and architecture alike will enjoy.  

Buckingham Fountain

Buckingham Fountain is one of Chicago’s most interesting and famous landmarks. It was built in 1927 and remains one of the largest fountains in the world. This beautiful and historical sight shoots water an astounding 150 feet in the air. You can enjoy the beautiful light show from your lakefront architecture cruise if you plan the stops right. The fountain is incredibly intricate and sits in front of towering buildings along Chicago’s skyline, creating a stunning and unique view at the center of Grant Park. From nature lovers to art lovers, this view has something for everyone. 

Navy Pier

While the Navy Pier was once home to draft dodging prisoners during World War I, it is now one of Chicago’s most famous and iconic landmarks. The massive and beautiful Ferris wheel rises up 150-feet high and the view from the lakefront architecture cruise in Chicago is simply stunning. The twinkly lights and excited crowds, backdrop of tall buildings, and incredibly structured pier as a whole are all must-sees for visitors of this great city. From Adeline’s Sea Moose, you’ll get an incredibly unique vantage point, skip the lines, get background information, and snap pictures without interference from strangers. 

Be sure to contact us about your next lakefront architecture cruise in Chicago!