Clarke House Museum
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Chicago's Oldest Surviving Structure-Built 1836. Offering tours Wednesday-Sunday at 12 & 2pm.
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The oldest home in Chicago was relocated to this great little park. It's almost never featured on any guides to the city, but it's a really cool place to go. You can stroll down Prairie Ave and see the original 'Gold Coast' where you can still find mansions that once belonged to the likes of…
This middle-class Greek Revival structure, built in 1836, is Chicago's oldest surviving home.
This museum is right next door in the Women's Park & Garden and offers tours. It is a staple of our historic district.
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