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Based on Chicago's key health metrics, the city is currently in Phase 4 (Gradually Resume) – allowing additional businesses and public amenities to open with limited capacities and appropriate safeguards. Although progress has been made in order to move to phase four, all residents should continue to abide by important guidance including: physically distancing and wearing a face covering; limiting non-business, social gatherings to 50 persons for indoor events and 100 for outdoors; staying at home if you are considered vulnerable, feel ill or have come into contact with someone with COVID-19; and getting tested if you have symptoms. Please refer to the Chicago Department of Public Heath’s website, chicago.gov/coronavirus, for the latest local updates on the response to COVID-19.
The Chicago Cultural Center is closed to the public. All events, programs and tours are canceled until further notice.
Drawn by its beauty and the fabulous free public events, hundreds of thousands of visitors come to the Chicago Cultural Center every year, making it one of the most visited attractions in Chicago. The stunning landmark building is home to two magnificent stained-glass domes, as well as free music, dance and theater events, films, lectures, art exhibitions and family events. Read More
Go inside the "People's Palace" with cultural historian Tim Samuelson.
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.
DCASE is piloting new virtual tours of "The People's Palace" — and new outdoor public art tours of the Millennium Park Campus. Request your free tour today at dcasevoluntours.org.
The Chicago Cultural Center offers FREE events, performances and exhibitions year-round.
A wide range of diverse and engaging exhibitions devoted to the visual arts and contemporary culture are presented.
The ArtsSpace grant program offers opportunities to non-profit arts organizations.
Host your next event at the Chicago Cultural Center. The stunning landmark offers a variety of options for large and small gatherings.
Helpful information to plan your visit to the Chicago Cultural Center.
Find out what accessibility features are available at the Chicago Cultural Center.
Constructed over 100 years ago as the Chicago Public Library and a Civil War memorial, the Chicago Cultural Center reflects the best of Chicago.