Located in Humboldt Park, in the heart of Chicago’s Puerto Rican community, The National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts & Culture is the only free-standing cultural institution in the nation devoted to showcasing Puerto Rican arts and historic exhibitions year-round.
This beautiful historic landmark showcases the rich culture of the city’s proud Puerto Rican community. Come and experience Puerto Rican arts and culture here in Chicago!
The Humboldt Park Stables: A Transition into the Future
Created in conjunction with the Chicago Architecture Biennial, this exhibit depicts the transition of the Humboldt Park Stables into the architectural jewel that is the National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts & Culture.
HUMBOLDT PARK: Jens Jensen’s “Living Laboratory”
Highlighting the life and work of Jens Jensen, a Danish immigrant who served as Superintendent of Humboldt Park in 1895. Jensen went on to become “Dean of American landscape architecture.”
A traveling exhibit organized by the Puerto Rican Arts Diaspora of Orlando and curated by Yasir Nieves and featuring twelve emerging and established artists who represent Puerto Rico through their art.