Ridgeland Ramble: A Walking Tour of This Distinctive Oak Park Neighborhood
Join Museum guides for a walking tour along Lake Street and surrounding blocks and learn about the history, buildings, activities, and people of this east side neighborhood. Along the way you will learn about Oak Park's largest employer in 1900, the West Suburban Jewish Community Center, the boy who started a successful pheasant farm in his Harvey Avenue yard, and much more.
Tour departs from the Oak Park River Forest Museum at 2:00 p.m. and will last approximately 90 minutes. Because of health concerns in our current environment, spaces are limited, and face masks will be required to be worn throughout the tour. Please bring your own water if needed. No refunds will be given for reservations cancelled less than 24 hours prior to the event. This event is subject to change based on updates of state or local health guidelines and poor weather conditions.
Tickets are $10 or $8 for members. Space for this event is limited, and spots fill up fast, so reserve yours today. Click here to purchase tickets from our online store.
Group tours on other dates may be booked by special arrangement. Contact the Museum for more information.