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Step back into the late 19th century and early 20th century with this walk down Logan Boulevard, one of the best preserved sections of Chicago’s boulevard system.

Duration
2 Hours
Meet
Intersection of Logan, Kedzie and Milwaukee Ave.

Settled in the early 1900s by successful immigrants, Logan Square has a varied architectural appearance. This two-hour walking tour will highlight a few dozen buildings along Logan Boulevard, which were designed one at a time by many different architects over many years. Styles include Neo-Greco, Classical, Romanesque, Georgian, Queen Anne, Prairie and more. Aside from buildings, you'll also discover the history behind the city's boulevard and park systems.

Notes:
  • The tour meets at The Illinois Centennial Monument, where Logan Blvd., Kedzie Blvd. and Milwaukee Ave. cross.
  • Although it's not required, we recommend making reservations in advance for this tour.
  • Parking in Logan Square can be limited; please consider using public transportation.
  • Ticket price includes entrance to the Chicago Architecture Center within 7 days of your tour. View the CAC's hours.

Upcoming Logan Square Tours


Scheduled departures for this tour will return next season. To be notified when tickets for our next tour season go on sale, email tickets@architecture.org.