Open House Chicago @ Pullman
Saturday, October 17, and Sunday, October 18.
10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
11111 S. Forrestville Ave., Chicago, IL 60628
Free and open to the public
Come visit the Hotel Florence, currently under restoration. The first floor will be open for visitors to see the restoration in progress.
Sunday Factory Tours at the Pullman Factory
Docent led tours of the exterior and select interior spaces of the Pullman Factory site, incorporating industrial history and preservation/restoration logic.
Tour Buses are not permitted on the 1st and 3rd Sunday tours. All bus tours must make a scheduled appointment for tours.
Join us in 2015 as Theatre-Hikes stages two more wonderful plays! Our latest one is the War of the Worlds.
OUR FINAL THEATRE-HIKES PLAY OF 2015! DO NOT MISS IT!
Join us for this exciting play based on H.G. Wells War of the Worlds
at the Pullman Factory Site! Dress warmly, wear sensible shoes and get ready for an adventure!Tickets can be purchased in advance by calling Theatre-Hikes at 872-202-4963, or through www.brownpapertickets.com
For more information, call 773-660-2341 or E-mail us
War of the Worlds
October 23 (evening) and October 24 (morning), 2015. Done by a local playwright, a female protagonist fights aliens attacking Chicago.
All kinds of events occur at the Pullman State Historic Site. Have a look at the 2011 screening of The Last Pullman Car
The Pullman State Historic Site is now
part of the Pullman National Monument
On Thursday, February 19, 2015, President Barack Obama
designated the Pullman landmark district and State Site part of the newest National Monument.
The proclamation, creating the Pullman National Monument
Some of the main factors that contributed to the National Monument designation are Pullman's unique history, its contribution to the rise of the industrial middle class, its role in African-American labor history and the Great Migration, and its importance in the development of modern American society.
We are one of America's newest partnership parks
, with Federal, State, and private ownership and partnerships of the historic fabric of Pullman.