Chicago Cultural Center — What To See In An Hour

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Welcome Center

Welcome Center

1st Floor North

Visit the Welcome Center, site of CULTURE SNAPS, off the Randolph Street (North) lobby for a cultural orientation featuring DCASE programming.

Exhibitions (Nelly Agassi: No Limestone, No Marble) (Credit: Nelly Agassi, Lady CCC. Courtesy of the artist.)

Exhibitions

Michigan Avenue Galleries, 1st Floor East
Chicago Rooms, 2nd Floor North
Exhibition Hall, 4th Floor North

A wide range of diverse and engaging exhibitions devoted to the visual arts and contemporary culture are presented.

Grand Army of the Republic (G.A.R.) Hall and Rotunda

Grand Army of the Republic (G.A.R.) Hall and Rotunda

2nd Floor North

Completed in 1897 (celebrated 125 years in 2022), the rooms were designed by the Boston firm of Shepley Rutan and Coolidge as a site to honor the social, political, and moral well-being of Civil War veterans and their families.

Calendar (Chicago Cultural Center, Preston Bradley Hall Tiffany Dome pictured)

Preston Bradley Hall's Tiffany Dome

3rd Floor South

Preston Bradley Hall features the largest Tiffany glass dome in the world and the building's crown jewel.

Learning Lab

Learning Lab

1st Floor South

The Learning Lab is an interactive studio that offers sights, sounds, and experiences for visitors of all ages and a wide range of abilities.

Buddy

Buddy

1st Floor South

Public Media Institute's shop in the Chicago Cultural Center that gives Chicago's artists and small manufacturers a place to showcase and sell their goods and artwork.

Rushmore

Rushmore

Building Exterior, 130 N. Garland Court

Renowned artists and MacArthur Fellow Kerry James Marshall created an epic, large-scale mural honoring 20 women who have shaped the city's vibrant arts and culture landscape.