The expansive Graceland Cemetery is the final resting home to many of Chicago's most notorious and notable residents, including Marshall Field and George Pullman. The latter's coffin is encased in concrete and railroad ties, for fear that angry workers would desecrate his grave. More than 100 years later, he's still there. Presumably. Stop in Graceland's office, located just inside the main entrance at Irving Park and Clark, and pick up a free map. Or take a tour.
Centerstage Reviewer: Jessica Herman