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Walking Tour

Walking Tour | Paseo Boricua and Humboldt Park

Sunday, October 3

Join professional guide and local resident Eduardo Arocho on a walk through Humboldt Park, which has been home to Chicago’s Puerto Rican community since the 1960s. This thought-provoking tour explores the history of the iconic West Side neighborhood through the public art proudly displayed along the six blocks of Division Street (Paseo Boricua) and in Humboldt Park.

Tour presented in partnership with the Paseo Boricua Tour Company.

Although the city of Chicago is in Phase 5 of its reopening plan, CHM requires all visitors over age 2 and staff to wear a mask while inside the Museum or participating in a group tour. As vaccinations continue, we will evaluate and update policies. Learn more about the Museum’s safety policies and procedures.

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The crowd at the 27th annual Puerto Rican Day Parade along Dearborn Street in the Loop, Chicago, June 13, 1992. ST-19040908-0089, Chicago Sun-Times collection, CHM
Luis Ferré, Governor of Puerto Rico, marches in the Puerto Rican Parade with Mayor Richard J. Daley and Governor Richard Ogilvie on North State Street, Chicago, June 24, 1972. ST-11007066-0014, Chicago Sun-Times collection, CHM
Members of the Puerto Rican community march from Humboldt Park to the Daley Center via N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago, June 11, 1977. ST-70006523-0010, Chicago Sun-Times collection, CHM
Students in conversation with police and community figures regarding Vietnam War protest at Bowen High School, 2710 E. 89th St., Chicago, Oct. 8, 1974. ST-14003191-0009, Chicago Sun-Times collection, CHM
   

The Details

Sunday

October

3 rd

2:00–3:30 p.m.

Event

Admission

$ 22.50

$20 Members

Event Location

Tour begins & ends at Ciclo Urbano

2459 W. Division St., Chicago, IL 60622

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