Street Art and Graffiti Walking Tour
Explore Logan Square's street art and graffiti with poet and playwright Kevin Coval.
Discover the roots of street art in the hip-hop aesthetic and Chicago history and delve into a discussion of contemporary public art practices and issues of legality, legibility, and illegibility.
Recommended Shows (8)
General Admission to the museum includes all permanent and temporary exhibitions.
Gold Coast Running Tour
Savor the stories of early Chicago's rich and famous residents.
Playboy Walking Tour
The men's magazine that propelled the sexual revolution was first published in Chicago in 1953.
OUT at CHM: From New Town to Boystown to Lake View
OFFSITE Event. Historically Boystown has been a refuge where LGBTQ people could live freely, protected from the prejudices of the larger society. But how tolerant and harmonious is this famous "gayborhood?"
The Old-Time Saloon Pre-Prohibition Drinking Culture in Chicago
Visit modern exemplars of old-time saloons with Northwestern professor and writer Bill Savage and discover how Chicagoans of allwalks of life partook in the city’s drinking culture.
Pilsen Murals Walking Tour
Walk through Pilsen and get the larger meaning behind the artwork in Chicago’s capital of Mexican culture.
Augmented Reality: The Eastland Disaster
This interactive digital tour takes you to the site of the Eastland Disaster, the worst accident in the history of Great Lakes shipping.
Early Chicago by the River
Sit back and take in the skyline at sunset as John Russick, CHM's VIP of Interpretation and Education, narrates the history of early Chicago.