Pink Line: Pilsen

Architecture, Art and Agua Fresca

Pink Line: Pilsen

First, meet your friendly and knowledgeable tour guide at Potbelly, enjoy a coffee and walk through one of Chicago’s earliest skyscrapers. From here, explore a hidden museum inside the Federal Reserve Bank. Next, catch the Pink Line at a renovated L station (that opened in 1897) and make your way to Pilsen — a vibrant neighborhood just southwest of the Loop that was originally settled by Czech immigrants.

Upon arrival in Pilsen, you’ll enjoy a taste of authentic Mexican cuisine then visit the National Museum of Mexican Art. While walking through the neighborhood, you’ll experience beautiful street murals and unique homes.

After that, you’ll hop back on the train to the Loop and wrap things up with a drink at one of the oldest restaurants in the city.

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Tour Highlights

Drinks & Small Bites

  • Coffee or alternate beverage
  • Choice of taco and beverage
  • Chips and guacamole
  • Alcoholic beverage

Visit 2 Museums

  • Money Museum
  • National Museum of Mexican Art

Book Pink Line: Pilsen

Duration: 3.5 hours

Extra time built in for train travel

Price: Adult $60 | Youth $30

  • Start time: 10:30am
  • Tour ends: Adam's Street Brewing (in The Berghoff)
  • Walking distance: 1.3 miles
Pink Line: Pilsen Logo

Additional Information

Ticket Purchase Requirements

  • Must able to climb stairs
  • Tour minimum of 2 people
  • Please bring a valid form of ID
  • Youth (age 12 and over) must be accompanied by an adult (age 18 and over)

Tour Meeting Point and Stops