More Albany Parkers were born around the globe than any other Chicago community’s residents. Begin in this sprawling neighborhoodvisiting local treasure Indian Boundary Park before enjoying light refreshments at Superdawg Drive-In. Travel its “Bungalow Belt”, spot urban wildlife roaming the 155-acre North Park Village (once theMunicipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium site) and leisurely walk North Park University campus, along the river. End at the serene Cambodian American Heritage Museum.
Visit Indian Boundary
VisitNorth Park Village
Stop at Cambodian
American Heritage Museum
Light Refreshments at
Cruise through the Bryn Mawr Avenue HistoricDistrict before reaching Devon. Set off on foot for a guided discovery. Find exotic delicacies in international delis and grocers. Browse sparkling jewelry stores and colorful shops, and sample Indiantaste treats along the way. Come across Devon Avenue’s Jewish roots to the east and later, its Croatian legacy during a short discussion at Angel Guardian Croatian Catholic Church.
Visit Angel Guardian
Light Refreshments at a
Local Indian Restaurant
Aleading20th-century African American community, Bronzeville is moving toward a modern-day revitalization.
Travel throughout this quiet neighborhood, and tap into past and present at DuSable Museum of AfricanAmerican History, a major
independent institution. Observe youths and adults in action at Little Black Pearl Art and Design Center, offering opportunities through cultural entrepreneurship. Finish upat one of the lovely area galleries, Gallery Guichard.
Guided Tour of DuSable
Museum of African
Discussion/Tour at Little
Black Pearl Art and Design Center