Chicago Crime Tours

Criminals, Mobsters and Gangsters

(312) 888-6224 / Book it!


Chicago Crime Tours

Criminals, Mobsters and Gangsters

(312) 888-6224 / Book it!

Just returned from a WONDERFUL afternoon downtown with Chicago Crime Tours. Britain was an amazing guide...It’s pretty interesting how much you can still learn after living in the same city for 50+ years!
— Carol F - Facebook

Chicago Tours

Escape into Chicago's underworld on a crime and mob tour with Chicago Crime Tours.  Some of the world’s most famous criminals, mobsters and gangsters bamboozled their way through Chicago. Sit comfortably on a climate controlled bus and enjoy sightseeing famous Chicago crime scenes from the 19th century through modern times.  Unlike Chicago walking tours, this luxury bus tour can't be stopped by Windy City weather. 

*Black Windy City Limousine bus with yellow Chicago crime scene tape meets outside of 163 E. Pearson (east of Michigan Avenue) across from Water Tower Place mall.  Report 10 minutes early to check-in with your tour guide.


  • Monday  12PM, 2PM
  • Thursday  12PM, 2PM
  • Friday  10AM, 12PM, 2PM
  • Saturday  10AM, 12PM, 2PM, 4PM, 6PM
  • Sunday  10AM, 12PM, 2PM, 4PM

*Schedule is subject to seasonal changes.


Criminals and Mobsters

Investigate Al Capone, The Untouchables, The Chicago Mob, John Dillinger, H.H. Holmes, George Streeter, The Chicago Black Sox, Leopold & Loeb, and more. See the site of the St. Valentine's Day Massacre, one of Chicago's most notorious murder scenes.


Historic Landmarks

Stake out crime scenes like the Biograph Theatre, Holy Name Cathedral and other Chicago landmarks. Grab your camera for a drive-by shooting of the historic criminal courthouse, a Chicago architectural landmark where some of Chicago's most notorious cases were tried.  


Chicago Crime Scenes

Escape into the criminal past of Chicago's River North, Gold Coast, Lincoln Park, Old Town, Loop and Magnificent Mile neighborhoods. Get off the bus and explore where Chicago gangsters John Dillinger and Hymie Weiss stood just before their deaths.