VIRTUAL NEIGHBORHOOD FIELD TRIPS
Our expert guides share Chicago architecture and neighborhoods on our virtual tours, moving through the city with the aid of Google Street View. A Chicago neighborhood tour allows students to view varied architecture, from downtown skyscrapers to neighborhood homes. They can also ask the tour guide questions about Chicago’s changing neighborhoods and ethnic diversity.
This Chicago neighborhood virtual field trips can visit distinct neighborhoods, each with their own unique history. A virtual field trip may also combine elements of the architecture, history and cultures that made Chicago a rich cultural melting pot.
Popular locations for virtual field trips include:
- Architecture of Money and Power Downtown Tour
- Hidden Neighborhood Architecture in Noble Square and Wicker Park
- Neighborhood Detour to Pilsen, Chinatown, Greektown, Little Italy
- Hidden Neighborhood Architecture in Rogers Park
- Neighborhood Detour to Bridgeport, Bronzeville, Armour Square, Grand Boulevard
VIRTUAL HISTORY FIELD TRIPS
Looking for thoughts on a specific theme or topic, rather than a virtual tour experience? Our virtual talks and presentations provide the perfect solution. Utilizing the same storytelling acumen and interactivity as tours, these talks can dive deep into the fun and mysterious topics of Chicago’s history and culture. The host actively engages with your students during the presentation–fielding questions and responding to comments via Zoom chat. Our topics can also be tailored to your class’s particular interest, so that your experience suits your objectives perfectly.
Popular history field trips include:
- Chicago’s Food History
- Women’s History
- Crash Course in Chicago Architecture
- Wonders of the 1893 World’s Fair
- Chicago Music and the Roots of Jazz and Blues