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Experience history, together.

Stories are always better when shared. Bring your group to the Chicago History Museum and walk in the footsteps of the city’s past together. Groups of ten or more receive a discount when reserving at least four weeks in advance.

Whether you are a professional tour operator, group planner, or you simply have a lot of friends and family, we have an experience for you. Customized itineraries, Museum tours, city tours, and a variety of lunch options are just some of the ways in which we can specialize your group’s visit.

Current Offerings

Our expert Group Sales team has carefully crafted tours that tell Chicago’s story both inside the Museum and out in the city.

Note: In-person tour offerings are subject to change based on compliance with current state health guidelines. Read more about how we are keeping you safe.

Virtual Group Experiences

    • Virtual Chicago History Group PresentationsLearn More


Museum Tours

    • Guided Exhibition ToursLearn More
    • Self-guided TourLearn More
    • History Scavenger HuntLearn More


City Tours

    • Step on ToursLearn More
    • History Pub Crawls Learn More


Scheduling Your Visit

Groups of ten or more—social organizations, hobbyists, even huge families—can enjoy savings by booking at least four weeks in advance.

Your group will have access to a dedicated entrance, including access for motor coaches and buses. A CHM representative will meet your group, answer any questions you may have, and get your visit off to a great start.

Images from the public preview of ADA exhibit


Ready to get started?

Adult Group Visit Online Form

  • Please enter as: 1st Choice: MM/DD/YYYY 2nd Choice: MM/DD/YYYY 3rd Choice: MM/DD/YYYY
  • Guided (minimum is 10; the maximum group size varies for special exhibitions, see below. *Guided tours must be confirmed before the 15th of the preceding month.
  • Available June 1st through September 1st
  • Available May 1st through October 15; pick one neighborhood below
Chicago History Museum Sharing Chicago's Stories