Hyde Park Neighborhood Guide

Neighborhood Overview

The tree-lined streets of Hyde Park are home to thousands of University of Chicago students from all over the world. Perched near the picturesque lakefront, this world-renowned institution is the cornerstone of this South Side neighborhood. Smart and artsy 20-somethings rub elbows with stroller-pushing soccer moms, creating an eclectic mix of culture.

There are several cultural attractions located in Hyde Park, including Frank Lloyd Wright’s Robie House and Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry, which attracts residents and tourists to it’s innovative facilities.

This neighborhood isn’t only for intellectual stimulation, though. The popular 53rd street strip offers a slew of restaurants and boutiques.

President Obama also lived in Hyde Park for many years.

What’s up in Hyde Park

Gyms & Spas (Coming soon!)

Hyde Park Super Map

Coming soon!

Public Transportation

L Lines: Green Line (51st, Garfield Park)
Bus: #2, 4, 6, 10, 15, X28, 55, 59, 170, 171, 172, 192

Attractions in Hyde Park

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Restaurants in Hyde Park

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Nightlife in Hyde Park

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Gyms & Spas in Hyde Park

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