Death, Disease & Bones: A Lincoln Park Walking Tour
Fridays and Saturdays, October 19 - 27 4 - 5:30 p.m. Buy Tickets Tour Only: $25 With Admission: $35
Today, Lincoln Park is known as one of the city’s most exclusive neighborhoods, but in the mid-19th century the area served as one of Chicago’s original cemeteries. Over the last 100 years, bones from the previous gravesites have routinely been uncovered. Historian Sally Sexton Kalmbach will lead the way as you discover the area’s macabre history as a vast, windswept burial site.
- The tour takes place offsite. Please meet at the Benjamin Franklin Monument 15 minutes prior to the start of the tour. Click here for directions.
- Tour duration: Approximately 90 minutes.
- Please wear sturdy and comfortable walking shoes.
- We will be walking outside, on city streets, and through old buildings. Be prepared to encounter stairs, gravel walkways, uneven and possibly wet surfaces.
- This tour will happen rain or shine. Please plan for umbrellas and sunscreen accordingly.
- The tour ends at The Archbishop’s Residence, 1555 North State Parkway.
Tickets are fully refundable up to 72 hours prior to the event.
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