This hidden gem is a beautiful dedication to Chicago culture, history and architecture. You will adore the Tiffany glass ceiling and local art (all for free!) We loved it.
About Chicago Cultural Center
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My cousin lives in the area and suggested I meet her here after she got out of work. What a lucky suggestion. This was free and beautiful and it proved itself an outstanding shelter to wait out the rain. I was in awe of the...More
We went just to see the Tiffany dome - and were completely amazed at the beautiful mosaic work done throughout building, especially the side where the dome is located.
OMG, I was there in May for the Jazz Showcase concert and was amazed with what I saw then. I was back again in July and entered from a different street and saw what a true gem this building is! I didn't realize the first...More
We popped into the building for a look at the Tiffany glass ceiling and were pleasantly surprised with the lovely mosaic tiles. Do't often see those in the states.
One of my favorite Chicago landmarks. The Tiffany dome is magnificent as are the mosaics and light fixtures. Formerly the Chicago Library it almost was the recipient of the wrecker's ball but saved by Mrs. Daley. A true masterpiece. It also has temporary exhibits year...More
I didn't even know about this place. It is right across from Millennium Park and within walking distance of the Arts Institute. It used to be a library and has names of authors and quotations written in stunning mosaic work throughout the main entrance and...More
Chicago is a city with marveled architecture, which is another thing I didn’t realize about the town before visiting. We were in the Loop by the Art Institute and saw the Cultural Center. My friend didn’t encourage us to visit it as there wasn’t much...More