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Two visitors walk past historic red brick row houses.
Exploring the Pullman neighborhood by walking past the historic row homes is one of the best ways to explore the national monument.

Courtesy of National Park Conservation Association/Photo taken by SRW.

Park Rangers reccomend to set aside a half day to explore Pullman National Monument.

If you only have a couple of hours, start at the Shared Visitor Information Center to enjoy the exhibits curated by the Historic Pullman Foundation and have a ranger help craft a trip intinerary that best fits your interests for the day. There are variety of options from joining a scheduled ranger tour, viewing the jhistoric buildings around the neighborhood, or visiting the National A. Phlip Randolph Pullman Porter Museum.

With an hour or less, we suggest grabbing a self-guided tour map and a park brochure before getting out there to see the historic neighboorhood. However, consider coming back again for to learn more about how the stories connected to Pullman transformed America and the world!
 

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          Last updated: November 6, 2020

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