The history enthusiasts and design architects can get to see some of the most at-risk architecture marvels that the Chicago city has. There will be a guided tour that will take place later this month to check out these yesteryear attractive pieces of architecture.
The tour will be led by none other than the executive director of Preservation Chicago Ward Miller and Jacob Kaplan of Forgotten Chicago. They will be showing to the tour enthusiasts about 7 historic buildings that are classified by the Preservation Chicago as the most endangered buildings in Chicago in 2018.
The importance of these sites will be taught to the participants taking part in this guided history expedition. This guided excursion will take place on May 19th. The excursion team will leave in an air-conditioned bus for the Preservation Chicago office at 10 am sharp. They will return to the same venue after the sightseeing trip by 3 pm.
The pit spots of this historic excursion tour are:
- Hotel Guyon.
- South Shore Cultural Center.
- Harper High School.
- Midway Plaisance.
- Jackson Park.
- Washington Park Substation.
- James R, Thompson Center.
- Brick streets and alleyways in Chicago.
The ticket cost for this tour is fixed at $45 per person.