In a growing Chicago neighborhood, diverse people and stories intertwined. All were seeking opportunity. Some succeeded. Others were limited—by race, gender, or economic status. Their stories came together in Pullman, a planned industrial community famed for its urban design and architecture.
Pullman National Monument is located in an historic neighborhood in south Chicago. As such, there are plenty of handicap accessible lots and public sidewalks for those interested in exploring the Historic District.
The Visitor Information Center does not have automatic doors, but is all one level and accessible to those visitors with mobility impairments. Bathroom doors are on swinging hinges and are accessible.
Currently, there are no loaner wheelchairs available on site.