14. Chicago's Cemeteries

Location: Graceland (4001 North Clark St.)
                   Rosehill (5800 N Ravenswood Ave.)

Graveyards usually aren't high on the typical tourist's To-Do List, but Chicago does things differently. With cemeteries as compelling for their landscaping and tombstone masonry as they are for their historical significance, Chicago has a lot to offer. The two most famous are Graceland and Rosehill, each of which offers an impressive roster of those buried within: from civil war soldiers to such Chicago architects as Louis Henry Sullivan and Daniel Burnham.