Places to go - Outdoors

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Andersonville

In addition to Swedish culture, Andersonville is home to Middle Eastern restaurants and bakeries and a thriving Hispanic commercial area. Visit the...

  

Bronzeville

A neighborhood rich in African-American history on the South Side, Bronzeville is home to the DuSable Museum of African-American History (740 E. 56th...

  

Chinatown

Take in the deep-rooted history of Chinese Americans. This 10-square-block area is rich with ancient culture, restaurants and tiny gift shops stocked...

  

Greek Town

Greek restaurants line Halsted Street. Try Greek Islands (200 S. Halsted St.) and the Parthenon (314 S. Halsted St.), which offer homemade gyros and...

  

Hyde Park

Made famous by President Obama, Hyde Park is home to several museums. Visit the Museum of Science and Industry (5700 S. Lake Shore Drive) or the Smart...

  

India on Devon

One of the most ethnically diverse streets in Chicago. Indian, Pakistani, Jewish and Russian cultures co-exist and provide a vibrant experience. Walk...

  

Lincoln Square

German flavor still resonates. The Chicago Brauhaus (4732 N. Lincoln Ave.), with the same owners for 45 years, is known for its German and American...

  

Little Italy

Stop for a hearty meal or a refreshing Italian ice. The cafeteria-style original Pompei Bakery (1531 W. Taylor St.) is kid friendly and has a selection...

  

Ukrainian Village

The Ukrainian National Museum of Chicago (2249 W. Superior St.) chronicles Ukrainian history, traditions and cultures. Try an old-style Ukrainian buffet...

  

Pilsen

This is the heart of Chicago's Mexican-American community and its hubs is the Mexican Museum of Art (1852 W. 19th St.). Admission is free. Try traditional...

  

 







 
 
 
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