Chicago Cultural Center in Chicago

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Built in 1897 as Chicago's first public library, the building now houses the city's Visitor Information Center, galleries, and exhibit halls. Worth a visit to see the beautiful interior — the ceiling of Preston Bradley Hall includes a 38-foot Tiffany glass dome, and the north wing includes the impressive Grand Army of the Republic Rotunda. Of late, amid various city-approved art and music events, some surprisingly good theater has been performed here.
Price: Free
Hours: M-Th 8AM-7PM, F 8AM-6PM, Sa 9AM-5PM, Su 10AM-5PM, closed holidays
Address: 78 E Washington St
Phone: +1 312 744-6630