Old Town is a historic district of north Chicago that’s renowned across the country for its quaint Victorian architecture and old-world charm.
St Michael’s Catholic Church is an Old Town landmark that dates back to 1852, when it was built for German Catholic migrants at a cost of just $750. Today the church continues to function as a place of worship yet it functions just as effectively as a symbol of Old Town’s illustrious, storied past.
Chicago History Museum is another Old Town landmark that features exhibits about the city’s history, dating back to its founding all the way up to the present day. With photos, artefacts, newsreels and more, Old Town residents are proud of the important role that Chicago History Museum plays in the community.
Throughout the district, from Seward Park to Lincoln Park South Fields, Floom’s Old Town flower delivery covers the whole area.