Douglas Park Cultural and Community Center

GATHER AT CHICAGO'S DOUGLAS PARK CULTURAL CENTER

Around the same time Humboldt Park was being built, Douglas Park (named for Stephen A. Douglas, a United States Senator who helped bring the Illinois Central Railroad to Chicago) was also in the works. Unsurprisingly so, the Douglas Park Cultural & Community Center is almost an exact replica of Humboldt Park Field House. The historic Field House contains many event spaces with terrazzo flooring and grand intricately designed plaster ceilings. A guest favorite is cocktails on the veranda overlooking the lagoon. Outside, Douglas Park contains gardens, the "Flower Hall", a formal reflecting pool, swimming pool, lily pools, and acres of breathtaking landscaping. With both indoor and outdoor options, Douglas Park is the perfect setting for receptions, cotillions, and informal affairs.

Terrace

300 standing

Ballroom

225 seated

Auditorium

120 seated

contact us!

(847) 626-4244

Lorena Kennedy, Sales Consultant

or visit us at

1401 S Sacramento Ave, Chicago, IL 60623

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7001 Ridgeway Ave, Lincolnwood, IL 60712

 inquiries@fftchicago.com  |  Tel: (847) 982-2608

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