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How much do InstaGreeter walks cost?
InstaGreeter walks are completely free. InstaGreeters are volunteers and adhere to a strict no-tipping policy. They are happy to provide this service to visitors at absolutely no cost.
How does InstaGreeter differ from a regular Chicago Greeter visit?
InstaGreeter walks are shorter (approximately an hour as opposed to 2-4 hours) than a full-fledged Greeter visit, and do not require registration. Greeters are stationed at their respective locations during InstaGreeter operating hours, and ready and willing to give you an informal, guided walk around the Loop and Millennium Park t. InstaGreeter located in the Cultrual Center's Visitor Center leave on the 1/2 hours beginning at 10am. The Millennium Park Tours leave at 11:30 and 1pm from the Cultural Center's Visitor Center.
How do I go on an InstaGreeter walk?
To take a Loop InstaGreeter visit, simply walk up to the Chicago Greeter desk in the Chicago Cultural Center Visitor Information Center (77 E. Randolph St.) between 10am and 3pm on Friday, Saturday or Sunday, year-round (except major holidays). Tell the InstaGreeter on duty that you would like to sign up for an InstaGreeter walk – it’s that simple! Walks leave on the half hour beginning at 10am, last walk at 3pm.
Millennium Park Walks leave from the Chicago Cultural Center's Visitor Center May 24-October 14, 2013 at 11:30 and 1pm
Why should I take an InstaGreeter walk?
InstaGreeter walks are