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Welles Park, Chicago

One of the best neighborhood parks in the city.

One of the best neighborhood parks in the city. Welles Park is a perfect match for Lincoln Square: 15 acres of great facilities (tennis, softball, an indoor pool) that never feels remotely crowded, except when the Old Town School of Folk Music holds the free summer Folk & Roots Festival here.


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About Welles Park

 2333 West Sunnyside Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States

 +1 312-742-7511

 www.chicagoparkdistrict.com

Welles Park and Nearby Sights on Map

The Old-Town School of Folk Music

If you're interested in folk music from America or anywhere else in the world you should definitely plan to spend some time at the Old-Town School

Davis Theater

In the neighborhood for more than 80 years

Krause Music Store

Built in 1922, this was the last commission of legendary architect Louis Sullivan

DANK-HAUS German Cultural Center

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Lincoln Square Lanes

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)

Horner Park

Great big wonderful park with plenty of softball fields, football and soccer fields, basketball and tennis courts, trees, and a nice walking path

Timber Lanes

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

Cambodian Association of Illinois

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

Martyrs'

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

Japanese American Service Committee

A social services agency for the Chicago Japanese community with occasional exhibits of interest, such as a collection of photos and art relating to internment camps during World War II