Few places offer more serenity for Chicagoans (dead or alive) than the Graceland Cemetery graveyard and arboretum, where you can enjoy a peaceful walk amid 119 acres of green space and an all-star lineup of tombstones. Among the grand mausoleums and winding pathways, you’ll find the final resting places of numerous influential Chicagoans. There’s Louis Sullivan, father of the Chicago school of architecture, and Daniel Burnham, who oversaw the design of the World’s Columbian Exposition. Emma Jane Gordon Atkinson, an Underground Railroad activist believed to have been one of the “Big Four,” a group of Black women who helped the enslaved reach freedom, is buried here, along with Mr. Cub himself, Ernie Banks. But the dead aren’t the park’s only residents — keep your voices down and your eyes peeled to spot one of the urban coyotes who call Graceland home. 4001 N. Clark St., Uptown