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St. Adalbert Church, Chicago

Built in 1914 for the area's Polish community, St.

Built in 1914 for the area's Polish community, St. Adalbert's still features murals of rousing crowd favorites like Queen Jadwiga's wedding and the time Our Lady of Częstochowa beat the hell out of some invading Swedes. It now includes a shrine in honor of Our Lady of San Juan de los Lagos and a few other touches for the Mexican Catholics who live in the neighborhood today.


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Wed

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About St. Adalbert Church

 1650 West 17th Street, Chicago, IL, United States

 +1 312-226-0340

 www.stadalbertchicago.com

St. Adalbert Church and Nearby Sights on Map

CTA 18th Station

Art and public transit have had a troubled relationship in Chicago, with awful results almost every time the CTA commissions a mural for a station

Antena

Showcasing contemporary art, new media and installation projects

Harrison Park

If you have kids in tow and they've been patient through the National Museum of Mexican Art (or they need to burn off some energy before going in), you might reward them with some monkey time right next door at Harrison Park, which has a big playlot with swings, slides, jungle gyms and more

A.P.O. Cultural Center

The enormous, foreboding stone edifice of the A

Biblioteca Popular del Barrio

Biblioteca Popular is an autonomous community operated library and art space

National Museum of Mexican Art

A lovely, small gallery full of vibrant colors and well-curated installations focused on understanding Mexican as well as Mexican-American history and culture through art

St. Procopius Church

This towering stone church was built in 1883 for Czech Catholics in the area

Thalia Hall

This ornate former theater was built as a replica of an old opera house in Prague, and in its heyday served as the epicenter of Chicago Bohemian culture

Prospectus Art Gallery

Fascinating exhibitions of traditional and contemporary Latin American art

National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame

Exactly what the name says; this is a glittering, big-budget facility, moved here from the suburbs a few years ago