Total Nerd The Ferris Bueller Chicago Sightseeing Tour  

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How much do we all want to take a Ferris Bueller Day and just go explore our city, Ferris Bueller style? One of the best parts about touring Chicago is being able to see Ferris Bueller's Day Off locations. If you've ever wanted to recreate Ferris Bueller's Day Off by skipping out on work and running around Chicago for a day, this Chicago tour guide list will point you in the direction of all the cool spots where they shot Ferris Bueller's Day Off. We've even included some Ferris Bueller trivia along the way. Who didn't want to be Ferris growing up? Seize the day. Grab your girl and your best friend and have a killer day off.

If you're headed to the Windy City in the spring or summer, this could be a fun adventure to go on. Especially if you are a fan of the legendary movie. Take a look at this list and learn about the Ferris Bueller restaurant, Ferris Bueller film locations, and the Ferris Bueller tours Chicago has to offer.

Ferris Bueller House

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The Ben Rose Home
It's actually Cameron's House in the movie, but the house where the Ferrari was wrecked went up for sale this year and you can tour it (if you can convince a realtor you're serious about buying it).
370 Beech Street Highland Park, IL 60035
Sudler Sotheby's International Realty
Office: (312)751-1717

Sears/Willis Tower

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The first thing the gang does in Chicago is check out the view from then Sears Tower's sky deck. Since changed to Willis Tower, there are daily tours to the sky deck and you can get just as wierded out as Cameron did.

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Von Steuben Parade- Lincoln Avenue

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Ferris' Last stop in Chicago.
The greatest German heritage Parade in the history of German heritage parades. The Von Steuben Day Parade is an annual parade held during September in the Chicagoland area.

Rush Street

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For lunch visit a fine dining restaurant on Rush Street.
Home of the fictional "Che Quis". The French restaurant Bueller crashes is "Che Quis" which is a pun, as said aloud it would be "Shakeys", the pizza chain. "Che Qui" means 'to whom' in French. John Hughes makes the joke because Shakey's was one of the few things he like about living in LA.

Here are some of the dining options on Rush st.