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(312) 744-6630

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78 E Washington St Chicago, IL, 60602
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  • Kelly Ferrari 8 days ago

    One of my favorite buildings in Chicago. Was originally a public library, built in the 19th century. The tile work is gorgeous and you have to check out the world's largest Tiffany glass dome. There is always a free exhibit to check out (after exploring the building itself). Staff is always friendly and helpful. Also, free public restrooms for when you are spending the day walking around the city.

  • Elizabeth Fifer 9 days ago

    Spent a weekend in Chicago to see Hamilton. Warmed up here from walking around Millennium Park in this building, wandered around, saw great architecture. Not much time spent here as a tourist, but still a great brief visit as we passed through.

  • Christy Kern 23 days ago

    Beautiful building. I'm not sure what we expected here but it wasn't quite what we thought. The interiors are well worth the visit. Amazing to think how many times we've passed this building without having any clue what it looked like inside.

  • Andrew Gregor 30 days ago

    The Chicago Cultural Center is a beautiful building in the heart of Chicago. It's great to come here just to check out the architecture and details of the building. There are also art displays and other fun stuff. The best part is that it's free! If you are visiting the area, stop here to warm up and explore this amazing space.

  • Deanna Marinello 31 days ago

    This place was very interesting. The informant helped us navigate and gave us details to the architecture within the center. The glass domes were amazing! Both were very different. I enjoyed the art museum throughout as well. It was very different and intriguing. I'd recommend going to see it for sure.

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