Built at the turn of the century as a private country club, the doors are now open to all who enjoy arts, educational and ... More
South Shore Cultural Center
Built at the turn of the century as a private country club, the doors are now open to all who enjoy arts, educational and leisure activities. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the stately structure is bordered by terra-cotta towers and well-groomed landscaping. The interior is no less impressive with posh furniture, antiques, grand ballrooms and a relaxing solarium. A variety of cultural programs, professional performances and exhibits occur throughout the year.
The South Shore Cultural Center is a MUST see. Behind the center, there is a small beach where you can sunbathe without hearing the hustles and bustles of city life. It feels like you are at your own private beach! It is owned by the Chicago Park District and they manage to keep everything clean and beautiful. There is an area for cooking out and even a Nature Trail. In the Spring and Winter I have seen the most beautiful weddings in the regal ballroom. The Club has the ability to host any number of guests and have a place for them to park!! This place has to be seen!!!
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