Established in 1860 by Chicago businessman Thomas Barbour Bryan, and originally designed by Swain Nelson, Graceland Cemetery is an idyllic garden cemetery in Uptown that features the final resting places of many Chicagoans and monuments to the memory of numerous important figures. Today, Graceland Cemetery is owned and operated by the Trustees of the Graceland Cemetery Improvement Fund, a not-for-profit trust, and is open to all visitors. 

Join guide Scottie Perry and discover the remarkable stories of the Chicagoans buried in this famous cemetery, including Marshall Field, Louis Sullivan, George Pullman, and Potter and Bertha Palmer. 

Tours runs approximately 2 hours. Meet at the cemetery entrance, 4001 North Clark Street. $25; $22.50 members 

Map of Graceland Cemetery Map of Graceland Cemetery, Chicago, Illinois, circa 1875. Chicago History Museum, ICHi-027725.
Tombs at Graceland Cemetery Prominent tombs and monuments, including those of Daniel Burnham, Martin Ryerson, Dexter Graves (Eternal Silence sculpture), and William Kimball, in Graceland Cemetery, 4001 North Clark Street, Chicago, Illinois. ST-40001541-0042, Chicago Sun-Times collection, Chicago History Museum.
Graceland-Cemetery-st14002349_0003 Memorial Day parade beginning at West Irving Park Road and North Ashland Avenue moves to Graceland Cemetery, where services are held, 4001 North Clark Street, Chicago, Illinois. ST-14002349-0003, Chicago Sun-Times collection, Chicago History Museum.
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Graceland Cemetery Fall Afternoon Graceland Cemetery is one of Chicago's most picturesque cemeteries, and the final resting place of numerous famous Chicagoans.
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