Humboldt Park

Humboldt Park

Time Out says

Designed by William Le Baron Jenney in the mid-1800s and enhanced several years later by Jens Jensen, Humboldt Park was once the nation’s greatest public park, boasting acres of Prairie-style gardens, grazing animals and a meandering river scene. Though the animals are long gone, the park is still a gem among Chicago's public green spaces, filled with lagoons, tennis courts, an inland beach, a fieldhouse, baseball fields and bike paths. Wandering through the area long enough and you'll probably come across the Humboldt Park Boathouse, an iconic example of Prairie style architecture.


Posted: Friday, January 11, 2019


Details

  • Venue name:
    Humboldt Park
  • Contact:
  • Address:
    1400 N Sacramento Ave
    Chicago

  • Cross street:
    at North Ave
  • Opening hours:
    6am–11pm
  • Transport:
    Bus: 52, 70, 72.