Designed by Boston architectural firm Shepley, Rutan, and Coolidge as the city’s central library, the Chicago Cultural Center was designed to impress and prove that Chicago had grown into a sophisticated metropolis. Full of rare imported marble, polished brass, fine hardwood and mosaics of Favrile glass, mother-of-pearly and colored stone, the building has the world’s largest stained glass Tiffany’s dome.

The Chicago Cultural Center is a historic Chicago landmark, home to breathtaking stained-glass domes and unique event spaces that cater to large and small gatherings.

Contact your event specialist today for more details information on rental rates and available dates.