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There are two types of dogs--purebred and mixed breed. The 124 recognized breeds are grouped into seven categories: hound, working, terrier, toy, sporting, non-sporting, and herding. There are thousands of mixed-breed combinations. Each purebred or mixed-breed dog has a unique personality. Dogs originally bred for a specific purpose tend to retain these characteristics. These dogs may require additional training and patience. Selecting a specific breed does not guarantee a particular behavior, but choosing offspring from animals with desirable temperaments does increase one's chances of getting the best pet. Mixed breeds can be as beautiful, intelligent, loving, and companionable as purebreds.Veterinarians, breed-specific books (usually available at libraries and pet stores), and dog shows are excellent sources of information about individual breed characteristics and needs.

The cruise departs multiple times daily, March-November."}},"@type":"Question","name":"How long is the tour?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"The Chicago Architecture Foundation Center River Cruise is 90 minutes long.","@type":"Question","name":"Who gives the tours?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"All tours are given by CAC-certified volunteer docents. \u00a0Docents receive hundreds of hours of training about Chicago\u2019s architecture and its history. They are storytellers and Chicago experts.\r\n","@type":"Question","name":"What buildings do we see on the Chicago Architecture Foundation Center River Cruise?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"The tour includes Chicago's most famous historic and modern landmarks, including Willis Tower, Navy Pier, the Wrigley Building, Tribune Tower, Merchandise Mart, Lyric Opera, 333 West Wacker, Marina City and many more sites. More than 50 buildings are discussed on the tour. See our Buildings of Chicago\u00a0to learn more about\u00a0these buildings.","@type":"Question","name":"Where can I purchase tickets for the CAFC River Cruise?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"Because tours frequently sell out, advanced ticket purchase is recommended, especially on weekends, on\u00a0holidays and for twilight tours. You can purchase tickets for the boat tour in person, via phone (CAC members) \u00a0or online through Ticketmaster.\r\nBox Offices:\u00a0 CAC, 111 E. Wacker Chicago's First Lady dock - Southeast corner of Michigan Avenue Bridge at\u00a0Wacker Dr. - Look for the blue awning at the stairway entrance.Phone:\u00a0 CAC members can contact the CAC Call Center 312.922.TOUR (8687) to purchase tickets. You can purchase a CAC membership via phone,\u00a0at which time you can also purchase CAFC River Cruise tickets.Online:\u00a0 Ticketmaster\u00a0(fees and surchages will apply)","@type":"Question","name":"Where do I pick up will call tickets?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"Will call tickets for the CAFC River Cruise can be picked up from the will call window at Chicago's First Lady boat dock on the day of your tour. \u00a0The Chicago's First Lady dock is located at the southeast corner of Michigan Avenue Bridge at Wacker Drive. Look for the blue awning at the stairway entrance (if using a GPS, enter 112 E. Wacker Drive). We recommend arriving at least 30 minutes prior to your departure time.","@type":"Question","name":"Are refunds or exchanges available for online ticket purchases?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"Refunds and\u00a0exchanges for ticket purchases are not permitted. Please double-check your dates and times before making a ticket purchase.\r\n","@type":"Question","name":"Do CAC members get a discount on the boat tour?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"Yes! CAC members get a two-for-one discount on CAFC River Cruise tickets to use once a year. To make a reservation using your member benefits, call us at 312.922.TOUR (8687) or visit the CAC Shop and Tour Center at 111 E. Wacker Dr.\u00a0Learn more about becoming a member.\r\nThis member benefit must be redeemed at least 24 hours prior to your desired departure time. It can only be redeemed at CAC (either by phone or in person) and cannot be used at the Chicago\u2019s First Lady boat dock.","@type":"Question","name":"Are there senior prices available for the CAFC River Cruise?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"We are unable to offer special rates for senior citizens at this time.","@type":"Question","name":"Are there child ticket prices available for the CAFC River Cruise?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"This experience is not recommended for children under the age of 12. All passengers on the CAFC River Cruise must purchase a ticket regardless of age; we offer a discounted ticket for children and infants ages 3 and younger.","@type":"Question","name":"Where do we board the CAFC River Cruise?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"Please meet at the Chicago\u2019s First Lady boat dock at least 30 minutes prior to departure. The dock is located at the southeast corner of Michigan Avenue Bridge and Wacker Drive. Look for the blue awning at the stairway entrance (if using a GPS, enter 112 E. Wacker Drive).","@type":"Question","name":"How do you get to the dock?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"By Public Transportation (CTA)Michigan Avenue buses stop near this intersection.The closest CTA train transit stations are State & Lake (Red, Brown, Green, Orange & Purple Lines), and Clark & Lake (Blue Line). In each case, after exiting the station, walk east to Michigan Avenue, cross over to the east side, then walk north to the river\/Michigan Avenue Bridge. Do not cross the bridge; look for the blue awning at the southeast corner. Visit\u00a0CTA's website for routes and schedules at CarFrom the Kennedy (I-90) and Edens (I-94) expressways, exit at Washington Street (past the Ohio Street exit). Turn left (east) on Washington Street to Michigan Avenue. Turn left (north) on Michigan Avenue and proceed to E. South Water St. Turn right (east) on E. South Water St. and the parking garage entrance is the first driveway east of Michigan Ave., on the north side of E. South Water St. (address is 233 N. Michigan Ave.).From the Eisenhower Expressway (I-290), continue eastbound into the city (the Eisenhower turns into Congress) to Michigan Avenue. Turn left (north) at Michigan Avenue. Left turns are not permitted at Michigan Avenue, so cross over Michigan to the turning circle, bearing left and double back to Michigan Avenue, now turning right to head north. Continue north on Michigan Avenue until you reach E. South Water St. just south of the river and proceed as above.From Lakeshore Drive, take the north or south exit at Wacker Drive and continue westbound. Turn left (south) on Michigan Ave., then take the first left on E. South Water St. The parking garage entrance is the first driveway east of Michigan Ave., on the north side of E. South Water Street.\r\n","@type":"Question","name":"Is parking available?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"The closest parking garage is located at 111 East Wacker Drive. CAC guests and members receive a discount on parking at this garage for up to 4 hours. YOU MUST GET YOUR PARKING TICKET STAMPED at the CAC Box Office or the dockside CFL River Cruise box office. To receive your discounted rate pay at the LAZ garage office located inside 111 E Wacker opposite Potbellies Sandwiches. The parking garage is open 24\/7.\r\nSeveral other public parking garages are available in the River North and Loop neighborhoods. SpotHero can help you find a good deal. To reserve your parking spot, visit the Chicago Architecture Center SpotHero Parking Page and book with rates up to 50% off drive-up. Please note: if parking is pre-purchased, early arrival or departure is subjected to additional charges at the garage\u2019s discretion.\r\nNew to SpotHero? Download the SpotHero app.\r\nQuestions? Give SpotHero a call at (312) 566-7768.\r\n","@type":"Question","name":"Is the CAFC River Cruise wheelchair accessible?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"Please refer to Chicago First Lady's website for more information about accessibility. \/\/\/accessibility","@type":"Question","name":"Accessing the Dock for guests with Limited Mobility","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"By CarChicago\u2019s First Lady has a dock-level, drop off-only area on lower Lower Wacker Drive, adjacent to the Chicago River. The closest parking facility for this area is located up one level at the Hyatt Regency Hotel at\u00a0Lower Wacker Drive and Lower Stetson Street (discounted parking is not available at this location). For discounted parking options, see above.\r\nTo access the dock in a vehicle:From the south, west or southwest\r\n\r\nTake Lake Shore Dr., Roosevelt Rd. or Congress Parkway to Columbus Dr. Proceed north on Columbus Dr.\r\nAfter crossing Randolph St., stay to the center onto Lower Columbus Dr.\r\nTurn left to travel west on S. Water St. and go down again to a second level.\u00a0Note: S. Water St. is the second light after Randolph St., and is opposite a parking garage entrance.\r\nTurn right to travel east on Stetson St. and proceed to the opening in the black wrought iron fence.\r\n\r\nFrom the north or northwest\r\n\r\nFrom Illinois St. traveling east, proceed south to Lower Michigan Ave.\r\nTravel across the Lower Michigan Avenue Bridge. \u00a0Drive straight through the Lower Wacker Dr. traffic light and when you reach the next traffic light at a dead end, turn left to travel east.\r\nYou will come to a four-way stop sign at Stetson St. At the stop sign, turn left. Proceed north until you see an opening in the black wrought iron fence.\r\n\r\nBy TaxiIf you decide to arrive by taxi, please share the above directions with the driver. We recommend that you arrange for the same driver to pick you up after your cruise because you will not be able to hail a cab at the dock level.\r\nBy FootTo access the dock by foot without using the stairs\r\n\r\nFrom Wacker Dr., use the ramp located at State Street to descend to the river level.\r\nTravel east and pass under the Michigan Avenue Bridge to reach the Chicago's First Lady dock and ticket window.\r\n","@type":"Question","name":"Will I be able to hear the docent clearly?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"The Chicago Architecture Center River Cruise Aboard Chicago\u2019s First Lady uses a PA system in all areas of the boat to ensure guests can easily hear the commentary.","@type":"Question","name":"Are snacks and beverages available on the boat?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"Yes, there\u2019s a full-service cash bar on all Chicago's First Lady Cruises vessels, serving a selection of\u00a0beverages and snacks. We also encourage\u00a0guests to bring their own individually-wrapped food on any boat tour.","@type":"Question","name":"Can guests check luggage or strollers at the dock?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"Due to federal heightened security requirements, we are unable to allow luggage or strollers aboard any of our boats.","@type":"Question","name":"Who gives the tours?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"All tours are given by CAC-certified volunteer docents. \u00a0Docents who receive hundreds of hours of training about Chicago\u2019s architecture and its history. \u00a0They are storytellers and Chicago experts.\r\n","@type":"Question","name":"Where do your tours begin?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"Many our of tours depart from the CAC at 111 E. Wacker. Your ticket (regular or print-at-home) will indicate the departure location. If you have any questions about your tour\u2019s meeting place, give us a call at 312.922.TOUR (8687).For tours that don\u2019t begin at the CAC, please consult the website or call 312.922.TOUR (8687) for details on the meeting location.\r\n","@type":"Question","name":"Where do I pick up will call tickets?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"Will call tickets can be picked up from the CAC at 111 E. Wacker on the day of the tour. We recommend arriving 10-15 minutes prior to your scheduled departure time.\r\n","@type":"Question","name":"Do you offer military discounts?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"Yes, CAC is pleased to offer active-duty U.S. military personnel, with proper military ID, one free walking tour ticket or one free admission ticket to the CAC for their own use. Please note that dependents and family are not included in this offer. For more information on this benefit, please call 312.922.TOUR (8687).","@type":"Question","name":"Is parking available?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"Yes, there are several parking garages near the CAC. The closest is at 111 E. Wacker. CAC members get a discount at this garage. Other parking options can be found on the SpotHero app.\u00a0\r\nPlease note: if parking is prepurchased, early arrival or departure is subjected to additional charges at the garage\u2019s discretion","@type":"Question","name":"Can guests check luggage or strollers at the CAC?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"We\u2019re unable to provide secure storage for luggage or strollers.\r\n","@type":"Question","name":"Can CAC's tour buses accommodate wheelchairs?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"Yes, our tour buses can accommodate wheelchairs. To ensure an accommodation, a request should be made at least 48 hours prior to your tour's scheduled departure time. Your request can be made by phone 312.922.TOUR (8687), or email\r\n","@type":"Question","name":"What if it rains?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"Unfortunately, we are unable to refund tickets due to the weather. CAC tours depart rain or shine, and our tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable.\r\n","@type":"Question","name":"Are pets allowed on tours?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"We are happy to welcome service animals on all tours.\r\n","@type":"Question","name":"How do I get to the CAC at 111 E. Wacker?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"CTA L train stations (walking distance from the following)\r\nState\/Lake station for the Brown, Green, Orange, and Purple lines\r\nLake for the Red Line\r\nWashington station for the Blue Line\r\nWalk to Lake Street and head east. At Michigan, turn left (north) until you reach Wacker. Turn right (east) on Wacker.CTA bus linesTake any CTA bus that travels downtown and intersects with E. South Water. See CTA website for routes and schedules at\u00a0www.transitchicago.comCommuter trainMetra operates 11 suburban commuter lines serving downtown Chicago. For Metra schedule information, visit\\r\n","@type":"Question","name":"Will I be able to hear the docent clearly?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"Personal listening devices are available on CAC Walking Tours to assist in hearing the docent\u2019s commentary. These receivers are compatible with a 3.5mm earphone jack (standard for many phones). Guests are welcome to bring their own personal wired earphones, though single-use disposable earphones are available at no charge. Please be aware that our receivers are not Bluetooth enabled.","@type":"Question","name":"Do you offer private tours?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"Yes! We can arrange a private or custom architecture tour for you and up to five guests. An experienced and knowledgeable CAC docent can take you on an existing tour or create a tour based on your interests.\r\n"]}var WWW_ROOT = ' ';(function(w,d,s,l,i)[];w[l].push('gtm.start':new Date().getTime(),event:'gtm.js');var f=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0],j=d.createElement(s),dl=l!='dataLayer'?'&l='+l:'';j.async=true;j.src='//'+i+dl;f.parentNode.insertBefore(j,f);)(window,document,'script','dataLayer','GTM-PV5K3W');Skip to main contentTicketsRiver CruiseAll ToursAll ExhibitsAll EventsCartSearchMembershipCalendarShopMenuVisitGeneral informationAdmission, Hours, LocationShopAccessibilitySpecial offersSafety InformationCOVID-19 Safety PoliciesExhibitsOn viewCurrent exhibitsCovid-19 Safety PoliciesOnline exhibitsArchivePast ExhibitsToursExploreRiver CruiseWalking, "L" train & bus toursCovid-19 Safety PoliciesTour FAQGroupsGroup toursField trips (k-8)Field trips (age 14+)SpecialtyPrivate toursConciergePrograms & EventsAttendProgramsOpen House ChicagoFamily Fun at CACArchivePast ProgramsSignature Program HighlightsCAC@HomeHost an eventVenue rentalsLearnSchools & TeachersField trips (k-8)Field trips (age 14+)Training & CurriculumNo small plansTeensTeen FellowsTeen ProgramsCompetitionsFamiliesCamps & ClassesFestivalsGirls Build!ResourcesBuildings of ChicagoArchitecture DictionaryCAC Watch ListLand AcknowledgmentJoin & GiveJoinMembershipMember loginVolunteerDocentsEducation guidesExhibit hostsGuest servicesGiveDonatePlanned GivingSponsorshipCampaignBoards & SocietiesBoard of TrusteesBurnham SocietyIndustry CouncilAboutAbout usOur historyOur impactOur teamNewsLearn moreFAQVenue rentalsReportsContact usCAC Online StoreShopTours FAQHomeToursTours FAQIn This SectionRiver CruiseGroupsField TripsTours FAQPrivate ToursOur FAQ should point you in the right direction, but if you're still curious about something, contact us at 312.922.TOUR (8687). 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