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Promontory Point


Come and see what the renowned designer Daniel Burnham envisioned when he created the plans for Promontory Point. In 1933-4 this site was home to Chicago's second World's Fair. This quaint building provides crystal clear skyline views and is surrounded by heavenly meadows. The magnificent French doors open onto stone verandas just steps from Lake Michigan. The exposed brick interior along with the historic architecture make this cozy castle-like site a must see. The opportunity to make use of the indoor space in conjunction with the open-air verandas has lured many meetings, social gatherings, and weddings to this lakeside locale.

Field House

150 reception-style

Lakefront Patio

120 reception-style

Front Patio

120 reception-style


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