Take in the beauty of Ukrainian Village’s churches—including Louis Sullivan’s stunning Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Cathedral—and residential architecture while hearing stories of Eastern European immigrants who first called the neighborhood home.
Hear how Chicago's early Ukrainian immigrants built a community where they could thrive as Americans, but retain their "Old World" personality. See and compare the architecture of several extravagant Orthodox, Ukrainian Catholic and Roman Catholic churches and admire well-kept late 19th and early 20th century residential structures, from worker’s cottages and large apartment buildings to three-flats and single-family homes.
- Many tours sell out. To guarantee your space advance reservations are strongly recommended.
- Your safety is our priority. The itinerary of this tour may be altered in accordance with health and safety policies and considerations.
- Ticket price includes entrance to the Chicago Architecture Center within 7 days of your tour. View the CAC's hours.
- Paid street parking is limited. Public transportation is recommended.
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