The Presentation - A Virtual Tour

Monumental Art

Learn the histories behind the bronze giants of Chicago's largest park in this three-part presentation. With historical images and book highlights, Krista shares stories about the heroes, the artists, the benefactors, and the unveiling ceremonies. Missing statuary and salient park history are detailed as well.


A Giants in the Park program is adaptable to audiences of all ages, from 3rd grade classrooms studying local history to seniors.





​Hi Krista,

... and especially thank you very much for your interesting tour!

After our tour I read your book and after lunch I decided to go to see the next statues that we did not see with you (I was walking with your book:-)).


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Identify bandana/ onesie

Originals, prints, and notecards

Artwork on the TV Show "Chicago Fire"

Walking and Biking Tours

Monumental Art in Chicago

Walk or bike Lincoln Park and encounter giants of history and literature celebrated in enduring bronze: Lincoln, Grant, La Salle, Franklin...and more!  Learn the forgotten histories behind local monuments while enjoying the beauty and tranquility of Chicago's largest playground.  Salient Lincoln Park history is featured as well.


Biking and walking tours are available as private tours.  

Tours last for 90 minutes to 2 hours.



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Your program was absolutely fabulous!  You got rave reviews from the customers!  They really enjoyed it…. Many thanks again for doing an outstanding job, and I hope there's some way in which we can work together again in the future. 

Monumental Art 

in Chicago's Lincoln Park

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Giants in the Park

Excellent book, and if you get the chance, I recommend catching the slideshow presentation! 


 Tour Feedback:

I enjoyed "Everything really :) interesting topic, nice place and amazing tour guide with deep knowledge and fun stories."


"Your tour is one of the most informative in the city."


I enjoyed "the link between history of Chicago, the park we explored and the statues we were told about."


"Thank you for the tour, one of the highlights of my stay in Chicago."