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Apollos 2000, Chicago

The Apollos is a major local landmark, its art deco theater facade now serving a music hall.

The Apollos is a major local landmark, its art deco theater facade now serving a music hall. The events calendar is dominated by live Mexican bands, but branches out into a little of everything. You'll need to swing by or check the papers to keep abreast of events, but even if you don't catch a show, take note of this beautiful building.


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About Apollos 2000

 2875 West Cermak Road, Chicago, IL, United States

 +1 773-247-0200

Apollos 2000 and Nearby Sights on Map

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

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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

CTA 18th Station

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St. Adalbert Church

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Biblioteca Popular del Barrio

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Antena

Showcasing contemporary art, new media and installation projects

A.P.O. Cultural Center

The enormous, foreboding stone edifice of the A

Garfield Park

History-filled Chicago park a mere 15 minutes west of downtown, with some fun outdoor sculptures, plenty of green space, and a fabulous fieldhouse