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When to Go:
Be sure to sign up for your free Chicago Greeter tour on their website at least 7-10 business days before your arrival in Chicago.
- Chicago Greeter visits are a great FREE thing to do in Chicago and can accommodate up to 6 guests.
- Free Chicago Greeter Tours are offered in over a dozen languages.
- Free Chicago Greeter Tours combine walking, buses and trains, and they are the perfect orientation to Chicago’s safe and efficient public transit system.
- Choose one of 25 different Chicago neighborhoods, and explore one of 40 different special interests on your free Chicago Greeter tour.
77 E Randolph
Chicago, IL 60606
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Free Chicago Greeter Tours Take You Around Chicago With a Local's Perspective
This activity is FREE!
Features: Visitors can discover Chicago's unique charm and many offerings while learning something new about the city with a Chicago Greeter. Catch the enthusiasm of city-wise locals who volunteer to share their knowledge and love of the city through visits on foot and public transportation. Enjoy the local points of interest on these two to four hour visits as well as some of the Greeters' favorite spots.
Just a sampling of the neighborhoods you can discover: Andersonville - first settled by Swedish immigrants and still has many Scandinavian restaurants and shops, as well as the Swedish American Museum. Bucktown/Wicker Park - Chicago's hottest new neighborhood with trendy shops, galleries, restaurants and nightclubs. Lincoln Park - a popular residential neighborhood with the free Lincoln Park Zoo, world renowned blues clubs, dance clubs, restaurants and quaint shops. Little Italy - beneath the shadow of the University of Illinois at Chicago, centered around Taylor Street, is one of the oldest communities in the city, famous for its family-owned restaurants and residents who are primarily of Tuscan descent. The Loop - the pulse of the city still beats in "the Loop" where Macy's and Carson Pirie Scott remain venerable veterans of State Street shopping; also, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the Lyric Opera of Chicago, the Harold Washington Library Center and multiple theaters lend the area a cultural edge.
Visit the Free Chicago Greet Tours website to learn more and sign up for a Chicago Greeter experience.
Why We Go: On a Chicago Greeter free tour you get to experience the city with the help of a local volunteer. You can choose where you want to go, and what you want your tour to focus on: art and architecture, food, local history, and family friendly destinations. Chicago Greeter Free Tours are the best way to associate yourself with the public transit system of Chicago and make new friends.
- It's Free: Free Chicago Greeter Tours are great for vacationing with a budget, and you don't have to worry about being disappointed because you didn't pay a cent. The tours are extremely helpful and informative, and you must take one when you visit Chicago.
- Local Insight: Chicago Greeter Free Tours are led by local volunteers who offer their time and knowledge to you for free. They are friendly and enjoy taking you around the city to some of their favorite spots. On these tours you will not only learn about the city, but you will learn how to be a Chicagoan.
- Family Friendly: The tours are completely family friendly, and you are encouraged to bring your kids with you. They will enjoy walking around the city as much as you will.
Inside Knowledge: The "greeters" for Chicago Greeter Free Tours are volunteers, so everybody gets a different experience based on the greeter. Each greeter takes his tour to his favorite spots.
Do's and Don'ts:
- Do Dress Comfortably: Dress appropriately for the current Chicago weather, and wear comfortable shoes. You will be walking, and using the public transit system, so you do not want your feet to start hurting in the middle of the tour.
- Do Bring Your Kids: You will want to enjoy this tour with your kids. They will learn a lot about the city and enjoy the Chicago sites along the tour. When you register for your free family friendly Chicago tour, just put in the ages of your family members.
- Don't Forget Your Camera: The guides on the Chicago Greeter Free Tours take you to beautiful sites all over Chicago, and you wouldn't want to be without your camera when that perfect photo opportunity presents itself.
- Don't Wait: Book your free tour now because they allot 7-10 business days to process your tour request.