Pilsen Chicago Neighborhood Tour

Creativity and Community

Pilsen: Creativity and Community

Tour runs Tuesday.

Get ready to experience beautiful and unique public art. Meet your guide in front of Chagall’s “Four Seasons” mosaic (10 S. Dearborn St.) in the Loop. Next, we’ll board the Pink Line train at the historically-restored Quincy L Stop (1897) and make our way to Pilsen — a vibrant Chicago neighborhood just southwest of the Loop, originally settled by Czech immigrants.

Pilsen ranks #10 on the Forbes magazine list of the 15 Coolest Neighborhoods in the World.

Upon arrival in the Pilsen Chicago neighborhood, you’ll have the opportunity to enjoy authentic Mexican cuisine (optional guest purchase) and visit the National Museum of Mexican Art. During this Chicago walking tour, you’ll learn the history of the neighborhood, see beautiful street murals and unique homes.

After that, you’ll hop back on the train to the Loop and wrap up this neighborhood tour with a look at one of Chicago’s most well-known sculptures.


Tour Highlights

Drinks & Small Bites

  • Three stops for optional guest food/beverage purchases

Visit One Museum

  • National Museum of Mexican Art

Book Pilsen: Creativity and Community

Duration: 3.5 hours

Extra time built in for train travel.

Price: Adult $65

  • Tour price includes transit fees and museum donation. Food/beverages purchased by guests.
  • Days of operation: Tuesday
  • Start time: 10:30 a.m.
  • Tours begin and end in the Loop.
  • Walking distance: 1.4 miles
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Additional Information

Ticket Purchase Requirements

  • Must able to climb stairs.
  • Tour requires minimum of 2 guests to run.
  • Tickets are required for all guests.
  • Children must be 12 years or older and accompanied by an adult (age 18 or older). Tickets for children are not discounted.

Tour Meeting Point and Stops