Wrigley Mansion
Wrigley Mansion
Wrigley Mansion

Wrigley Mansion Tours and Tickets

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An Italian-style mansion set in the Arizona desert, the Wrigley Mansion was the vacation home of wealthy chewing-gum entrepreneur William Wrigley, Jr. and his wife Ada in the 1930s. Now a historic landmark and a fine restaurant, the mansion is a popular destination for special occasions, historical tours, and wine tastings.

  • 2501 E Telawa Trail, Phoenix, Arizona, 85016

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Q:Is there a dress code for the Wrigley Mansion?
A:No, there is no official dress code at the Wrigley Mansion, and you can wear comfortable clothing if you wish. If you plan to attend brunch or otherwise dine at on-site restaurants (Geordie’s and Christopher’s), wearing business casual clothing is recommended—though not required.
Q:How long is the Wrigley Mansion tour?
A:The Wrigley Mansion tour lasts approximately 1 hour and is hosted twice daily on Wednesdays through Saturdays (though the schedule can change if the venue is hosting any special events). It offers an engaging way to learn more about the National Historic Landmark’s history, owners, and architecture.
Q:How much is the brunch at the Wrigley Mansion?
A:The brunch at Wrigley Mansion is one of the venue’s most popular experiences. It can be pre-booked online; currently, it costs $79 per adult and $38 per child (aged 5-12) and is hosted on Sundays from 10am to 2pm. Diners are allocated their table for 2 hours and can also book a private room.
Q:How much is the Wrigley Mansion in Phoenix worth?
A:Although it cost around $1.2 million to build in 1931 (and was purchased by its second owner, Geordie Hormel, for $2.6 million in 1992), today, the Wrigley Mansion is worth far more. It recently underwent a $1 million renovation, and estimates suggest it may now be worth up to $30 million.
Q:Can you take pictures at Wrigley Mansion?
A:While casual photography is permitted on tours (as long as it is not disruptive), the Wrigley Mansion otherwise has a strict photography policy. No professional photography (outside of hosted weddings and special events) is permitted, and full photography sessions for special occasions are forbidden. Drones are also banned on-site.
Q:Why is Wrigley Mansion famous?
A:The Wrigley Mansion is one of Phoenix’s best-known historic buildings and a National Historic Landmark. Built for former chewing gum magnate William Wrigley Jr. in 1931, the house is known for its distinctive architecture and design. Today, it’s home to top-rated restaurants run by James Beard Award-winning chefs.