A Chicago Gem
If you haven’t yet planned all of the sites you wish to see across Chicago, be sure to add the Chicago Cultural Center to your list. This beautiful building feature’s the world’s largest Tiffany stained-glass dome, completed in 1897 and was the first home of the Chicago Public Library. Today, the building houses free music, dance, theater, films, lectures and exhibition space for public enjoyment.
Visiting the Cultural Center
The Chicago Cultural Center is available to the public Monday through Friday from 10AM – 7PM and Saturday through Sunday from 10AM – 5PM. Take advantage of the free public tours on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 1:15PM from the Randolph Street Lobby.
Current Events & Exhibitions
Chicago Architecture Biennial: Make New History
Sept 16, 2017 – Jan 7, 2018
Dame Myra Hess Concerts
Every Wednesday at 12:15PM
Jazz Links Jam Sessions:
Wednesdays: 11/8, 12/13, 1/10, 2/14, 3/14, 4/11, 5/9
Chakaia Booker Exhibition
Now through April 2018
University of Chicago First Friday Lecture Series
Friday, January 5 & February 2, 2018
The Cultural Center is located at 78 East Washington Street. The building is located nearby Millennium Metra Station, multiple bus stops and the Randolph Train Station. Parking is available in the Millennium Parking Garage in Grant Park.
For more information on planning your visit, please visit their website here.