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This is my 6th or 7th time in Chicago and I never knew the Pedway existed. It’s a bustling underground pedestrian world that keeps you out of the elements. You can go from Millennium Park to Macy’s in minutes.
The Chicago Pedway is a network of pedestrian tunnels, ground-level concourses and bridges connecting skyscrapers, retail stores, hotels and train stations throughout the central business district of Chicago. With a length of nearly five miles and more than 40 downtown blocks, it connects 50 buildings...More
This is the alternate way to go around the loop. I started my visit in Macy;s and just strolled along the corridors. Nice display of victorian stained glass windows in one of the corridors. Plenty of shops beneath street level.
I always knew there was an "underground" Chicago but I had never experienced it. This tour was fun and interesting. It could be a great rainy day or a -too cold to be outside near the Lake- adventure. Give it a try-
Wow, what a hidden suprise. I have lived in the Chicago area all my life and never new about it. We walked from the train station (olgolvie) and walked down at the daily center. There are maps available on line. It is a bit comfusing....More
This is not really a tourist attraction, but I found it by accident when I strayed too far underground in one of the buildings. It is simply an underground walkway, mainly used by business workers, to connect buildings (especially in the winter). It is hard...More
Whether a resident or tourist, the Pedway is a great way to explore the City of Chicago. You experience stores, hotels, offices and public buildings in a new and unique way. We thoroughly enjoyed the walk. Just print a free map online and follow the...More
I had a map of the Pedway, but it certainly didn't detail the fact that some sections are closed on the weekends (probably holidays too), making other sections totally inaccessible from underground. It was also complicated to figure out where to enter and which way...More
The pedway can be used only as a covered way to move from one place to another. Various maps of it can be found online with a quick internet search. However, visitors and locals with a sense of adventure or an interest in city planning...More