Wrigley Mansion
Wrigley Mansion
4.5
4:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Wednesday
4:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Thursday
4:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Friday
4:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Saturday
4:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
About
Come on up the hill and see what we're about! Wrigley Mansion is a 1931 fine-dining and special event venue offering unbeatable 360-degree views and award-winning cuisine & wine list. Valet at the top of the hill is recommended, although self-park is available. The Mansion houses Geordie’s Restaurant and Lounge, Jamie’s Wine Bar, and Christopher's. Enjoy private dining, an award-winning wine list, and many spectacular corporate and wedding venues that can serve from 10 to 1500 people. With stunning views from every location, it's the perfect place to celebrate life milestones, hold corporate events, or have a wonderful night out.
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  • ona1979
    West Des Moines, Iowa21 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Visited with my 2 daughters (21 and 17) . Just wanted to have dinner but it was sooooo much more than dinner.
    This is such amazing place to visit for pictures and for nice sunset dinner. We took so many pictures and toured the mansion for free. Girls felt like princesses . Valet parking was free too. This place needs more advertisement. Food is amazing
    Visited July 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written July 27, 2023
  • Lorna
    Phoenix, Arizona3 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    A beautiful modern historical experience.
    My friends and I enjoyed a leisurely, delicious brunch with great personalized service, topped only by the spectacular views of the city. Afterward, we were encouraged to tour the mansion and garden area. We learned much about the impact of the Wrigley family in our community and in the country. It was a very pleasant way to spend a Sunday morning.
    Visited May 2023
    Traveled with friends
    Written September 17, 2023
  • Mary H
    5 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    A good place to see.
    It was a very nice tour. Views beautiful. Sloan, our Docent, was very good. She told the story of the mansion and the family's well. My only issue was there were a lot of people so it made it a tad hard to stop and look at pictures of the history in the room you were in. You can go back and tour it all but as my Mom is 91, she was tired so we only looked a couple things. Still, if you have not gone you should. The price of tickets was so reasonable. I wish they would have offered the $15. tour book.
    Visited October 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written October 21, 2023
  • Ru
    Vancouver, Washington20 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Spectacular view with excellent food and service
    We visited the place the night before Christmas eve. It was busy. The building is beautiful but we couldn’t book the guided tour in time. The food is excellent and so as the service. It might not be a good idea for kids because it took a quite while for a 3 course meal. We certainly enjoyed the sunset there!
    Visited December 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written December 25, 2023
  • Wanderer814184
    3 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    History Lesson and Fantastic Views
    This was a very nice experience - well worth the time! Our tour guide did a fantastic job educating us about the Wrigley and Hormel families along with giving the group time to explore the mansion and ask questions along the way. The views from the balconies are spectacular! We weren't sure where to park, but we learned that you can continue up the hill and park in the back of the mansion. If you park in front, beware there's several stairs to climb to get to the front entrance.
    Visited May 2024
    Traveled with family
    Written May 20, 2024
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NeverStopExplor... X
Saint Paul, MN117 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2022
Stopped here on our way to Sedona because we love good wine and architecture.

Pros: Great view of the city.

Cons: If you don't valet, you have to take the 'pedestrian entrance' up three flights of steep stairs. Because nothing is marked, you will likely walk in the wrong entrance and be smirked at. After you find the hostess, she will likely look at you like you don't belong and find an excuse why their almost empty bar and patio and completely bored bartender cannot accommodate you. You will then be told you can look around upstairs, which must be an inside joke because everything is blocked off. You will then be sent out the front door where you will start walking down the driveway, back to your car, only to come across a sign that says 'no pedestrians.' When you do finally arrive back at your vehicle you will sit and watch the next few rounds of people doing exactly what you did and wonder what is wrong with this place? Why isn't there a sign before you even enter the property saying: Today - Tours/Restaurant/Bar - Reservations ONLY?? Dont waste everyone's time!!

Tip: Don't go, not even for a glass of wine or walk around, unless you have a reservation. This certainly isn't Versailles, and there is no garden or coffee shop for overflow visitors.
Written January 28, 2022
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Linda G
Joplin, MO197 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020 • Couples
We toured the mansion with friends. Our guide was excellent, very well informed about the mansion and the Wrigley family. Of great interest was the player piano which is still in working order, apparently one of a kind! You need reservations but it's only $17 per person. Parking is available at the base of the house or you may drive to the top and valet.
Written January 30, 2020
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MKJourneys
Washington DC, DC3,126 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2022 • Couples
Visited for sunset drinks only no meal. The mansion is very architecturally interesting and just a great spot to take in a beautiful sunset from the balcony outside the bar area.
There are limited two top tables so make sure you get there early. If you cant get one of those tables there are regular tables just inside the large opening doors to the patio that would also give you a nice view.
Drinks are very expensive so be prepared. The one appetizer we got was just okay. The visit was for the sunset and it was amazing.
Park in the self park area behind mansion as you come up the hill otherwise if you go around front it is valet.
Written February 16, 2022
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minidoglover
Vancouver, Canada10 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2023 • Family
I could have given it 3.5 star because the environment is really nice, especially when you go around sunset time. It has a beautiful view of the city. The meal at Georgie's was really overpriced & the portion was really small & salty. We had to drink lots of water after the dinner. The dining room was very dark, just one candle per table & all the surrounding light was very dim. The music playing in the dining room was loud & funky, doesn't match the classical feel of the mansion.
I advise you could just take a look of the house & its environment, take some pictures & then eat some place else to save some money & have a better meal.
Written February 8, 2023
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veryuniquetraveler
NEBRASKA581 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2022
Great panoramic view of the city and good history lesson about the Wrigley and Hormel families who owned the mansion. Unfortunately, only a few items to see that originally belonged to the owners. Very rare grand player piano. Home does have some nice Catalina tile. Switchboard room lined with gum wrappers is also quite unique. Upstairs bathrooms are the only things left to see how the family really lived. You can wonder around on your own after the tour. It is basically an architectural tour. Most of the mansion is being run as a private dining facility for weddings and other events. I guess they have to do something to make enough money for the upkeep and it would be a lovely spot for a reception. I thought at least the upstairs would contain the family's furniture, but they were all dining rooms too.
Parking situation is not good. If you want to use a valet ( and I don't ) you drive up to the top of the hill. Otherwise, you have to walk up a lot of steps and steep incline to get there. Keep that in mind when timing your arrival. They could at least have handicapped parking up top. Signs direct you to walk up a big flight of stairs to enter. Fortunately, some people out front told us to walk around to the other side ( which is the entrance anyway ) as they were having an event in the room at the top of the stairs and you couldn't go in that way.
Overall, seemed like they catered to a high class, ritzy crowd.
Written March 26, 2022
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B0lder
Bothell, WA39 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2021 • Couples
Wife and I ended week long trip to Phoenix/Scottsdale area with a tour and afternoon high tea at Wrigley Mansion. Neither events disappointed! There was complimentary valet parking which we took advantage of. There are currently three offering of tour times; 10, 11 and noon. It’s reasonably priced and our group size was 6 plus the guide. Shout out to our guide, Kirsten, as she was animated in her presentation and talked about not only the history of the mansion but also some great stories about the Wrigley and Hormel families. We loved it! The hour went by very fast.

After the tour we stuck around the mansion to soak up the atmosphere and for their afternoon tea. I think reservations are required and servings are only Thursday and Friday but check with the facility website for more details.

Kenny and Landon did a great job of serving up a lovely 3 course afternoon tea of finger sandwiches, scones and deserts. You can choose your tea from an extensive list or they can pair your tea with the food course to get the best result. Food and tea were top notch and service was friendly and knowledgeable.

During our tea we enjoyed wonderful piano playing on a one of a kind Steinway player piano from an amazing local talent, Mark DeCozio. If you want to know more about that piano you just have to go on the tour! It’s an interesting story and it still works as a player piano. Mark played beautifully and definitely added to the enjoyment of our experience.

The one negative to the whole experience was the construction project of a new restaurant at the front of the facility. That sort of thing doesn’t really bother us but I do mention it as it might bother some. It sounds like it will be a remarkable addition to the facility when it’s complete but it definitely mars the view from the front and there is construction noise.

Overall, great job Wrigley Mansion staff! Well done. Looking forward to coming back the next time we are in the area to check out your brunch and hopefully the new restaurant.
Written January 7, 2021
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TravelingDoc68
Nashville, TN31 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2021
A "must do" for anyone visiting Phoenix for the first time. Incomparable sunset views and wonderful cuisine and cocktails. The opportunities for a panoramic view of Phoenix and for beautiful sunsets are unparalleled. We arrived 15 minutes before sunset, got cocktails, enjoyed a fabulous round of pictures and the Phoenix vista. We then self toured the fascinating mansion and followed it with a terrific dinner. The wine list is spectacular as well. All in all a unique and special place to visit if in Phoenix for any length of time.
Written March 20, 2021
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scott r
Silver Spring, MD739 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2023 • Solo
An impressive deco structure now largely repurposed as a VIP annex / function space to the adjacent hotel. There are some original furnishings and art but it has been heavily overlaid with event space décor (here is a conference table and 32 identical chairs; look there's the restaurant dining room - albeit with beautiful views). Glad to have seen it, but at $20 you might consider something else. the player piano Steinway is neat. Tour guide should not give up the day job - likely an ancillary duty in any case - though the large group size suggests that this might actually be a money maker for them.
Written October 6, 2023
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Lcullen0
47 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2021 • Family
We had a wonderful dinner. Brought the family for my daughter’s birthday. Mariah was our server and could not have been nicer! She was so helpful and made the night perfect! The wine steward was so fabulous as well. We gave him what we liked in a wine and he went into the cellar and brought out a perfect bottle for us. Food was great. Amazing 360 views of a great sunset that that transformed into a storm. Mariah helped with photos. Lovely staff! Great spot for a special night!
Written July 10, 2021
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Susan C
Vernon, Canada71 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020
I highly recommend touring the Wrigley Mansion. This one hour tour takes a person through a good portion of the house which is great. There is some original furniture in the house along with photos of how it used to look. The tour guide was very knowledgeable, gave us lots of history about the house and William Wrigley Jr. Parking is available at the bottom of the hill or a person can drive up the hill and use valet parking (no set price but tip the valet). Well worth the price of admission.
Written January 23, 2020
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