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Chicago: Treasures of the Golden Age Walking Tour

1. Chicago: Treasures of the Golden Age Walking Tour

This Historic Treasures of Chicago tour covers the most significant historic architectural landmarks in Chicago’s Loop. Your expert guide, trained by the Chicago Architecture Center, will focus on great cultural buildings from the late 19th and early 20th centuries, which harkened back to earlier time periods and were designed in revival styles such as Beaux Arts, neo-Georgian and neo-Gothic. Marvel at exteriors and interiors of dazzling beauty and startling originality, and get a glimpse inside some of the city's most beloved buildings.    The highlights of this walking tour will include the Chicago Cultural Center, home to the world's largest Tiffany dome; the iconic Marshall Field's department store, now Macy's on State; and the Palmer House, a beautifully restored hotel from the 1920s. 

Chicago: Inside the Loop Architecture Tour

2. Chicago: Inside the Loop Architecture Tour

Get to know Chicago on this guided walking tour around The Loop. See Chicago come to life as a local guide shows you the iconic history, art, and architecture of the city. See the Palmer House’s golden peacock doors, the Tiffany Dome, and more. Start by meeting your guide at a coffee shop near the Monadnock Building. The Monadnock Building is famous amongst engineering circles for its impressive characteristics. Move on to other notable places like the Chicago Federal Reserve. Enter the Chicago Board of Trade Building and Rookery Building for up-close views of their ornate surfaces. Visit Inland Steel Building and the Palmer House, a hotel famous for its intricate golden peacock doors. Along the tour, get to see one of Frank Lloyd Wright's first masterpieces. Finish off your tour at the iconic Chicago Cultural Center. Stand under the Tiffany Dome, the largest Tiffany glass dome in the world. End your experience seeing color and light dance across the room.

Chicago: Downtown Architectural Interiors Tour

3. Chicago: Downtown Architectural Interiors Tour

Jump right into beautiful architectural interiors of the Roaring '20s, taking in the class and elegance of a classic Art Deco masterpiece. Go back 50 years to the 1880s and explore the structure and style of one of the most famous and oldest buildings in downtown Chicago. Next, you'll marvel at a vaulted ceiling from the Postmodern era, surrounded by Moorish details. Finally, you'll end looking up at the world's largest Tiffany stained-glass mosaic, and very close to the world-famous Millennium Park with one of the most famous landmarks of Chicago, "The Bean."

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What people are saying about Chicago Cultural Center

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4.8 / 5

based on 26 reviews

Kylie gave an exceptional tour of many of Chicago’s landmark buildings providing excellent architectural and historical analysis in an interesting and easy to understand fashion. She shared interesting information about Chicago’s origins and redevelopment after the Chicago Fire. Throughout the tour she gave us moments to observe, appreciate, and take photos of the various styles of architecture.

Chicago has som beautiful architctural treasures with very interesting histories. This tour brings alive those factors We got to see some fabulous interiors also. This tour will make your day !

Wonderful overview of some interesting buildings. Well paced and the guide Ross, told lots of interesting stories. You don't have to love architecture to enjoy this tour.

Great tour. Interesting and relevant information. Length of tour was perfect. Tour guide was top notch.

Our guide was great and made for a very interesting and informative tour. I would highly recommend!