Chicago Cultural Center
AN ARCHITECTURAL SHOWPLACE
The stunning landmark offers a variety of options for large and small gatherings - from galas, banquets and cocktail receptions to corporate events, conferences and meetings. It is home to two magnificent stained-glass domes, one of which is the world’s largest Tiffany dome. There are also many unique event spaces including galleries, halls and a theater. The venue’s close proximity to hotels, shopping, transportation and convention centers makes it the ideal special events destination. And the grace of this historic building is enhanced by breathtaking views of Millennium Park, located just across the street.
Preston Bradley Hall
The crown jewel of the Chicago Cultural Center, Preston Bradley Hall houses the spectacular and world’s largest Tiffany glass-domed ceiling. The hall features graceful arches inlaid with sparkling mosaics, along with 25 Tiffany glass chandeliers spaced throughout the room. With a stunning view of Millennium Park, Preston Bradley Hall is ideal for all types of private events.
Gar Hall & Rotunda
Originally dedicated to the Grand Army of the Republic to honor veterans of the Civil War, this palatial hall offers impressive views and features soaring walls that rise to a coffered ceiling. The Rotunda serves as the large foyer to the Hall and includes the building’s second glass-domed ceiling, designed by the Healey Millet Glass Company. These rooms can be utilized separately or as one combined space for a memorable event.
Sidney R. Yates Gallery
The largest rental space in the Chicago Cultural Center was named in honor of the legendary Congressman from Illinois. This space, which encompasses nearly half a city block, features floor-to-ceiling windows, a coffered ceiling and Renaissance ornamentation.