Pleasant Historical Home & Park
217 South Home Avenue Oak Park, Illinois 60302
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Pleasant Home is a National Historic Landmark building, designed in 1897 by noted Prairie School architect, George W. Maher and preserved and operated by the Pleasant Home Foundation. Situated on seven acres of land, known as Mills Park, Pleasant Home is a truly magical setting for our annual event.
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FREE PARKING is available in down town Oak Park and around the streets of Home Avenue, Marion, Lake, Pleasant, and Oak Street.
Below is a map of the local Oak Park area. The blue highlighted areas are locations of free parking lots or structures. There is also FREE residential street parking on Sundays.
**Please read local posted signs for any parking restrictions**
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BY PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
The most direct and convenient access is to take either the Chicago-Northwestern (Metra) or CTA Green Line “L” to the Harlem/Marion station. The Pleasant Home is 3 blocks due south.
Alternately, take the CTA Congress “L” Blue Line to the Oak Park Avenue station. Take the Oak Park Avenue bus (or catch a Taxi) north to Pleasant Street. Then walk about two blocks west to Home Avenue.