Enjoy delectable food and drink while learning about the culture, history, and stories of Wicker Park and “Old Polonia” neighborhood. Guests dine on a variety of foods, from home-style Polish food to gourmet doughnuts. Throughout the tour, guests will discover the deep history of the area and why many are flocking to this section of Chicago. Food and a little history pair nicely on this tour!
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How long is the tour?
This tour has a length of 2.5 hours and a length of .9 mile. Please be prepared to walk or stand for this tour duration, though most tours have moments to sit.
Is food or drink provided?
There will be availability to purchase drinks on the tour, whether soda, water, wine or beer. It’s not included in the cost of the ticket.
Will I have to climb any stairs during the tour?
Yes, most tours have stairs involved. Sometimes there is an elevator available but not in every case. Please call ahead with mobility concerns.
Are kids welcome?
Adults generally have more fun on the tour, but children are welcome! Strollers are welcome on tours, even though there are stairs on some tours.
Are recording or audio devices allowed/provided?
No recording or audio devices on the tour.
Where does the tour start and end?
Tour starts in front of Holy Trinity Polish Church, 1118 N Noble St. and ends inside Walgreen’s, 1601 N Milwaukee Ave. For parking, you can leave your car for the duration of the tour or the entire afternoon at Holy Trinity Church parking lot by entering from Noble Street. Your tour guide will have a form for you to fill out and leave on your dashboard.
Are tours provided in multiple languages?
All tours are in English.
Will my walking tour be canceled for bad weather?
Rain or shine our walking tours go on! No refunds. In the case of serious or threatening conditions, we’ll call you.