-SOLD OUT- Forgotten Chicago Walking Tour: Goose Island/Pulaski Park

Join Forgotten Chicago for a walking tour of obscure Goose Island and the neighboring Pulaski Park neighborhood

Chicago, Illinois

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Goose Island is one of the more obscure areas of Chicago. Primarily industrial, it once contained a working class Irish residential enclave as well. We’ll discuss the history of much of the island, and examine remnants from its manufacturing and residential past.

We’ll also venture off the island to tour the once working-class neighborhood surrounding Pulaski Park. The area is dense with mixed architectural uses and history. Additionally, it has been shaped by various political forces over the years, from Progressive Era reformers to less-than-progressive machine politicians. We’ll check out some of the tangible physical evidence that reflects the area’s political history, and architectural oddities and other curiosities in the built environment.


12:00 PM to 02:30 PM
Central Time (US & Canada)
Attendance limit


North/Clybourn Red Line station
Intersection of North/Clybourn/Halsted
Chicago, Illinois, USA

Special instructions

The tour will meet in front of the North/Clybourn Red Line station, at the intersection of North/Clybourn/Halsted.

The tour will consist of approximately 3 miles of walking and will last about 2 1/2 hours. It will occur rain or shine (severe weather excepted).