Pullman Historic District October "First Sunday" Guided Walking Tour
Are you ready to visit the Pullman Historic District- Chicago's only National Park? Following all the Covid19 safety protocols, we have slowly reinstated our popular First Sunday Walking Tours and will offer one last tour this season on Sunday, October 4. We will limit our tour tickets to 20 persons, 10 persons per group. Tours will start at 1:30 at the Visitor Information Center. Your expert guides will introduce you to the iconic buildings and history of the town built in 1880 by George M. Pullman.
The Town of Pullman was called the World's Most Perfect Town in 1896; it was designated a City of Chicago, State of Illinois and a National Landmark District in the early 1970's; Pullman was recognized by the American Planning Association as one of America's Great Neighborhoods in 2011; and in 2015 Pullman was designated a National Monument, Chicago's only National Park. Learn about the Pullman National Monument plans and the progress toward opening the official National Park Visitor Center scheduled for mid 2021.
To avoid cash transactions, tickets must be purchased in advance. We ask that visitors wear a face covering and help us to observe social distancing.
Historic Pullman Visitor Information Center (View)
11141 South Cottage Grove
Chicago, IL 60628
|Minimum Age: 10|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|