When the Cultural Center was built in the late 1800s, both the Chicago Public Library and the GAR wanted to be the focus. Now both are represented. Truly elegant spaces with elaborate ceilings and walls! On the first floor is a series of photos of buildings, all of which someone tried to save, some successfully and some not. On the upper floor is modern, playful sculpture. A great place to wander, plus it has good bathrooms.
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