Chicago Sports Museum
Soak in the history on a private tour of the Chicago Sports Museum
Snap photos with memorabilia before the museum opens to the public, then savor a gourmet lunch.
Join your friends to see and hold the iconic pieces of memorabilia that define Chicago's sports history. Before the Chicago Sports Museum opens its doors for the day, you'll embark on a tour with founder and collector Grant DePorter, who will share the significance behind gems such as David Ross' gear from Game 7 of the 2016 Cubs' World Series win, and the net through which Michael Jordan's championship-winning shot fell in 1998. After posing for a picture with your favorite artifact—or four—you'll share a three-course meal at Harry Caray's 7th Inning Stretch, prepared by an executive chef. Exclusively for Mastercard cardholders.
Reliving classic moments in Chicago sports history with the owner of the Chicago Sports Museum and good friends.
- Take a guided tour of the museum with its founder
- Snap photos with some of the city's most treasured sports memorabilia
- Cap off the morning with a gourmet lunch
- Must book at least three days in advance
- Price listed is for US$150 per guest for 2 guests, each additional guest is US$40 for up to 10 guests
- Experience takes 2.5 hours, and includes the tour, lunch, gratuity, and photo opportunities
- Experience provided in English (US)
- Will be scheduled on a mutually agreeable date and time, based on partner's availability
- This experience is non-refundable after scheduling is complete