Location: Evanston History Center, 225 Greenwood St, Evanston, IL 60201, USA
The Evanston History Center offers lively docent-led walking tours of Evanston neighborhoods, downtown, and the lakefront. The tours provide fun and fascinating insights into the history of Evanston, its architecture, and the cultural landscape.
Location All tours, unless otherwise stated, meet at the Evanston History Center, 225 Greenwood Street, Evanston.
Hours Tours vary and are occasionally repeated.
Tours begin at 11:00 AM and last for 90 minutes.
Admission The cost is $20 per person/$15 for members unless otherwise stated. Admission is payable at the door.
Reservations are strongly recommended. RSVP to Kris Hartzell, or 847-475-3410.
We do reserve the right to cancel due to weather or unforeseen circumstances.
Parking Free street parking is available on Greenwood Street.
Evanston’s Lakefront July 20, 2019
Uncover the rich, varied history of Evanston’s lakefront. From lifesaving stations to shipwrecks, from boathouses to warehouses, from parks and private residences to piers, beaches, and landscaping: the stories are as varied as the lakefront itself.
Group walking tours can be scheduled by appointment. To get more information on group walking tour options, please contact us at (847) 475-3410 or e-mail Kris Hartzell.
The Evanston History Center will be closed for research and guided tours on Saturday, July 27. The house will be open for guests to walk through while attending the Ice Cream Social. We hope to see you there!