Crafting Your Experience
This 1907 boathouse and landmark includes a terrace and cafe.
A Prussian geographer, naturalist, and explorer whose life work focused on botanical geography.
Paseo Boricua hosts a mural space worth going out of your way to witness.
Designed by German-American architects Frommann & Jebsen, the museum is a German country house.
A showpiece of the park, where city dwellers escape the urban environment.
Casa Central was founded in 1954 to focus on the social service needs of Hispanics in Chicago.
The 59-foot flags recognize the hard work many Puerto Ricans have conducted in the steel mills.
The primary Polish Catholic church and parish for this area.
A living public art project created by the willing hands of volunteers in celebrating El Maestro.
The greystones were designed by German-American architects when the park was still in development.
The Puerto Rican Parade Committee of Chicago is the oldest formal Puerto Rican organization in the city.