I’m always trying to find new things to do when we visit Chicago, so when we were up there last month, I decided we should visit the Chicago Cultural Center, located at 78 East Washington Street (which is also the corner of Washington and North Michigan Avenue):
It was built in the late 1800s as the city’s central library. That fact is still rather obvious:
The architecture of the building is fantastic, but what it is probably most known for are the two stunning Tiffany glass domes:
There are so many other fantastic details, including mosaics, lamps, and beautiful quotes everywhere:
I’m so glad we finally had a chance to walk through this beautiful and historic building!