Architecture Itinerary

Polk County Florida
Polk County is perfect for architectural tours, offering an extensive collection of the work of famous architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. And there’s more art and culture to discover here as well, in the Museum of Art, Historical Museum, and other Polk County attractions.

 

Chicago
Check out our page on Chicago architectural cruises and discover more about how to explore this Midwest city, world-renowned for its various designs. You’ll find other great attractions on that page to help round out your tour, including the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio tours. Wright certainly understood the effect of beautiful design on everyday lives. He was a noted architect around the world, and Chicago proudly housed his creative genius for years.

 

New York City
Few cities top or even compare to New York City when it comes to its beautiful skyline and the many fascinating skyscrapers, buildings, and attractions people visit every year. For a tour focused on architecture, you’ll definitely want to visit Lower Manhattan with the financial district, Woolworth Building, and the Chrysler Building with its unique art-deco tiers. World Trade Center tours will give you a glimpse at the rebuilding site, including the Freedom Tower and various 9/11 memorials. You’ll want to tour the financial district and perhaps include a walk down famous Fifth Avenue. And Midtown will take you to the Empire State Building, Trump Towers, Metropolitan Museum of Art and of course The Skyscraper Museum. All of these will help you explore the best architectural sites in this amazing city.

 

Boston
You can enjoy your water cruise of Boston from the brightly-painted, sharp teeth-adorned speed boat, Codzilla. Boston harbor cruises give you a great view of Boston’s beautiful Back Bay – its history and its modern thrills. Boston Back Bay tours let you explore many of Boston’s best architectural sites, including the Museum of Fine Arts, Trinity Church, the John Hancock Buildings, and the Prudential Building and Sky Walk, offering the highest observation deck in the city.