Chicago Cultural Center

Whether a tourist to or a seasoned habitant of Chicago, you should be sure to visit the Chicago Cultural Center.

It is situated within what used to be the Chicago Public Library — a grand building in the Beaux-Arts style that cost the City $2 million when it was first built.

Its uses are nearly endless: from hosting civil ceremonies on Saturdays (in the G.A.R. Rotunda and Memorial Hall) to giving dance performances and rehearsals and workshops (at the Dance Studio), you can definitely find something worth your time.


Randolph Caf? allows visitors to eat and drink while listening to the City?s best musicians, while the Landmark Chicago Gallery showcases photographs of famous Chicago scenes.

If performance art is what you are into, look no further than the Claudia Cassidy Theater and the Studio Theater. The former showcases everything from music to dance to traditional theater while the latter caters towards the more dramatic aspects of performance art.

Finally, if you are still looking for something to do, the Chicago Cultural Center also houses the Chicago Office of Tourism which can direct you to more of the wonders and attractions of Chicago.


One of the best things about the Chicago Cultural Center: Most events are free. Enjoy!

Please call 312.742.1182 for enquiries.


The Chicago Cultural Center is located at 78 E. Washington St. in the Loop in downtown Chicago.

Chicago Cultural Center
78 E. Washington St.
Chicago, IL 60602

312.744.6630
www.chicagoculturalcenter.org

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