In the spirit of the roaring & rebellious 1920's, when you arrive and what you do are completely up to you.  Here is a snapshot of the possibilities depending on your level of participation:

  • 9:30am - Chicago Architecture River Cruise
  • 11:30am - Stuffed pizza at Giordano's!
  • 1pm - 1893 World's Fair tour
  • 5pm - Charleston dance class 
  • 7pm - Tommy Gunn's Garage speakeasy mystery dinner show

  • 9am - After a homicide-free evening, we'll start the morning with a no-host continental breakfast & clues onsite at Lavazza Espression. The light of day may reveal some tidbits of note to take with you on your travels. 
  • 10am - Mobster tour (concludes around 11:45am)
  • 1pm - Dregs at the Drake afternoon tea & clues at hotel's Palm Court
  • 2:30pm - Tour of the Drake (concludes at 3:15pm)
  • 3:30 - Flapper makeover (*Market price, by local hair & makeup professionals. Appointments must conclude no later than 6:30pm)
  • 5pm - Charleston dance class 
  • 7pm - Roaring Role-play Reception
  • 8pm - 'Sit-down' Supper featuring our waring gangs. Enjoy murder & a meal at this I.C.E.  (Immersive Character Experience) mystery 
  • 10pm - Chocolate Nightcap at the Peninsula Hotel

  • 9am - Final Findings Brunch - Learn what happens to "the bad guys" and get to the bottom of the intel for which the Tea & Sympathy Investigative Agency has been searching 
  • 10am - Last chance to visit the Sears Tower (Willis) Skydeck ... which of course won't exist for another 40+ years *wink*
  • 12noon - Farewell tea luncheon at The Allis
  • 2pm - Depart to Union Station for those taking the train to Los Angeles, California