Every great city has certain strengths -- for example, Austin has both incredible BBQ and a killer music scene, while Indianapolis apparently has Olives and Gardens. Deftly combining two of Chicago's greatest attributes: Improvitecture.
Claiming to be founded in 1417 and combining (naturally) Chicago's world-renowned improv scene with its equally celebrated architecture, Improvitecture offers a series of walking tours where guides replace actual facts with a ridiculous stream of made-up madness, much like most arguments with girlfriends. The hour-long tours begin at The Bean, and are based on outlandish themes such as Giants and Aliens, Superheroes and Villains, and Vikings!!!, which delves into the history of the blood-thirsty Norsemen who founded Chicago after leaving the "Forgotten Wasteland" of Canada and sailing in on Lake Michigan, presumably with a whole bunch of prostitutes. Those seeking a more hardcore experience
should befriend Fred Smoot can opt for the That's Up To You tour, an entirely unscripted outing that evolves according to audience suggestions, because nothing was more instrumental in the building of our fair city than SHOW US YOUR BOOBS!
For those who fancy themselves particularly hilarious, they're also accepting applications for tour guides, though pulling that off requires a wit as endless as the supply of salads and breadsticks in the great gardens of Indianapolis.