You don't have to try very hard to find a reason to visit Woodlawn. The neighborhood's borders contained the majority of 1893's World's Columbian Exposition, and while few of the Fair's buildings are still standing, it is still a popular destination for history buffs that like to walk the grounds and imagine what it was like to take part in one of Chicago's greatest events. The neighborhood also has great access to Lake Michigan. The 63rd Street Beach Bathing Pavilion, which was completed in 1919, is a popular gathering place that "boasts a promenade, two courtyards, and an impressive view of te lake and skyline." The pavilion was designed in a Mediterranean revival style that was heavily inspired by the architecture of the South Shore Country Club, which still stands (now called South Shore Cultural Center) a few blocks south.