In addition to their work with Cambodian immigrants and refugees, the CAI also runs a small but highly effective Heritage Museum and Killing Fields Memorial at their building near Albany Park.
2831 West Lawrence Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
Nearest Transit: Francisco (Line: Brown Line)
Cambodian Association of Illinois and Nearby Attractions on Map
Horner Park(1.1 km)
Great big wonderful park with plenty of softball fields, football and soccer fields, basketball and tennis courts, trees, and a nice walking path.
Prop Thtr(2.7 km)
Prop is the best place in Chicago to see smart, exciting new dramatic theater, from 'Porno Zombies' to Daley biographies.
Krause Music Store(1.2 km)
Built in 1922, this was the last commission of legendary architect Louis Sullivan.
Timber Lanes(2.5 km)
If you like to sample the bowling culture of any city you visit, this is a fine choice; there are eight well-kept lanes, a cash bar, a good jukebox, and a few references to The Big Lebowski.
Artists in Chicago have developed communities in so many different genres - rock, blues, jazz, classical, hip hop, house, reggae, folk, country & numerous traditional ethnic style - that Martyrs' strives to be the place to see each of them.
DANK-HAUS German Cultural Center(0.9 km)
Albany Park Theater Project(2 km)
A community gem: experienced theater veterans guide a multi-ethnic ensemble of teenagers in creating original plays about the immigrant stories in their neighborhood.
Lincoln Square Lanes(0.9 km)
A second-floor bowling alley, right above a hardware store, with hand-scoring and an old Midwestern lodge feel (but with a fresh remodeling from 2013).
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