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2017 Old Town Art Fair – Chicago

GETTING HERE

Getting Here

WHERE WE ARE:

Old Town Triangle Historic District (Not to be confused with our neighbors just south of North Avenue on Wells Street. Yes, there are TWO DIFFERENT FAIRS happening in Old Town on the same weekend.)

The Old Town Art Fair is centered at the Old Town Triangle Association building:
1763 N. North Park Ave.
Chicago, IL 60614

FIND YOUR WAY:

Click here for an interactive map to the Fair from your current location.

Click here for a PDF of our 2017 Artist Index with the booth numbers of your favorite Artists.

Click here for a Map of the Art Fair, with gate, booth, stage and food locations.

ENTRY GATES:

> Lincoln Avenue at Wisconsin (MAIN GATE)

> Lincoln Park West at Wisconsin

> North Park at Willow

> Sedgwick at Menomonee

> Sedgwick at Wisconsin

> Wells Street at Menomonee

DONATION:

A Donation of $10 per adult is kindly requested. Children enter free! You also receive a Fair program with your donation that includes a stop-by-stop guide to our Garden Walk.

We are proud to have proceeds from the Old Town Art Fair benefit the Old Town Triangle Association, Menomonee Club, local schools, arts and cultural programs, children’s programs and historic and architectural preservation projects.

Check out a list of our recent beneficiaries here.

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION:

By CTA Train:

> Take the Brown Line to Sedgwick, go across North Avenue and walk north on Sedgwick three blocks to the gate at Sedgwick & Menomonee.

By CTA Bus:
Several bus lines get you within a block or three of the Old Town Art Fair:

> 22 Clark: Exit at Clark & Lincoln (at the Green City Farmer’s Market) or Clark & Menomonee.

> 36 Broadway: Exit at Clark & Lincoln (at the Green City Farmer’s Market) or Clark & Menomonee.

> 72 North Avenue: Exit at Sedgwick or Wells St.

> 151 Sheridan: Exit at Stockton Dr. & Menomonee

PARKING:

We strongly recommend taking public transportation (there are TWO DIFFERENT Art Fairs in Old Town on the same weekend after all!), but if you must drive, these are nearby parking garages/lots:

> Pipers Alley Parking, 222 West North Ave. between N. North Park & Wells St.

> History Museum lot at Stockton & LaSalle