Exploring Chicago

Explore Humboldt Park with an audio walking tour from the Chicago Park District.  Learn about the architects, artists and landscape designers who created it - most notably Jens Jensen, the Danish immigrant who created

the Prairie style of landscape architecture.

Built in 1890s, the Humboldt Park Stables is now home to the National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts & Culture in Humboldt Park.


Click here to access the audio tour and download map,

parking, public transportation and directions.

Click here for more about  Jens Jensen and Humboldt Park

Erected in 1911, Chicago's City Hall contains the

Mayor's office and those of the City Clerk, City Treasurer, Aldermen, and the Chicago City Council Room. Greeting visitors are four granite relief panels depicting city government: playgrounds, parks, schools, and water supply. The building also includes elegant marble staircases and bronze tablets of past City Halls.

More than the official seat of government in Chicago,

it has a "green" roof utilizing revolutionary energy conservation techniques, and home to more than

100 species of plants - it's open to the public

during the summer months.