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.
A small sampling of the many national news accounts of this historic event.
Stay tuned; we'll be posting images of the event very soon...
The Hotel Florence at the Pullman State Historic Site is undergoing renovation, and is currently closed for tours.
Call for information: 773.660.2341
!! New !! The Pullman National Monument Visitor Information Center (VIC) can be reached at 773.264.7431
Join us in 2015 as Theatre-Hikes moves to the Hotel Florence to stage two more wonderful plays!For more information, call 773-660-2341 or E-mail us
Tickets and reservations are available at 872-202-4963 or www.theatre-hikes.org.
Clue, the Musical (July 25 and 26, 2015) has more than 215 different endings. The audience picks the killer, weapon and room at each performance!
War of the Worlds October 23 (evening) and October 24 (morning), 2015. Done by a local playwright, a female protagonist fights aliens attacking Chicago. Base on the novel by H. G. Wells.
All kinds of events occur at the Pullman State Historic Site. Have a look at the 2011 screening of The Last Pullman Car: Link