Are you interested in going on a three-hour walk? If you said yes, you’re probably just being polite. But what if we told you there's BEER involved -- really, really good beer.
Discover Chicago's finest beer on this three-hour walking tour of the Bucktown and Wicker Park neighborhoods. With a knowledgeable guide, you'll learn about Chicago's history related to immigration and brewing -- from the late 1600s to the present day -- and visit bars, restaurants, and other locally owned establishments, including the bar that doubled as “Molly’s” on the TV show Chicago Fire.
You'll also enjoy a Chicago-style hotdog and get a look at some of the city’s historical architecture.
So let’s see: You’ve got exercise, beer, hot dogs, and architecture. Yep, I’d say that checks off just about every box!
Note: Minimum age is 21 years old. Please enter the name and gender of each participant in the special request box.
What to expect
- Spend 3 hours touring Chicago’s Bucktown and Wicker Park neighborhood, enjoying some of the best beer in the region
- Visit innovative and homey watering holes, including the bar featured on the TV show Chicago Fire
- Explore “Beer Baron Row” where a majority of the old German beer barons used to live in the late 1800s
- Admire Chicago's famed architecture and hear stories from your guide about the area’s immigration and brewing history
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About this Activity
|Price||$33.90 per guest|
|Duration / Session||3 hours|
All sales final; There are no refunds.