A story of American opportunity.

In a growing Chicago neighborhood, diverse people and stories intertwined. All were seeking opportunity. Some succeeded. Others were limited—by race, gender, or economic status. Their stories came together in Pullman, a planned industrial community famed for its urban design and architecture.

Pullman sign in front of the Administration Clock Tower building on a blue sky day.
Pullman National Historical Park

Legislation signed by the President includes a provision that redesignates Pullman National Monument to National Historical Park.

A ranger leads a pair of visitors past the Pullman site sign.
Places to Go

Find out what you can do on a visit to the National Historical Park.

Classic view of the Administration Building with "Pullman" on the banks of Lake Vista.
Pullman History

Learn more about the rich history of the Pullman site.

A ranger addresses a group of visitors outside the Visitor Center
Plan Your Visit

Bring Your Group to Pullman!

Several people stand together smiling on the Pullman State Historic Site grounds.
Preservation and Partnerships

Preserving Pullman for future generations.

A ranger stands on a train platform looking away from the camera and instead at the tracks.
How To Get Here

Directions to the Pullman National Historical Park Visitor Center and other sites.

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Park Brochure

We have printed, braille, and audio-described versions of our unigrid brochure.

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Contact Info

Mailing Address:

11001 S. Cottage Grove Avenue
Chicago, IL 60628


773 928-7257

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