Loop Art & Architecture
Chicago Cultural Center is one of Loop Art & Architecture.

1. Chicago Cultural Center

9.4
78 E Washington St (btwn N Michigan & N Garland Ct.), Chicago, IL
Museum · The Loop · 142 tips and reviews

HISTORYHISTORY: Completed in 1897 it was dedicated as the city's original Chicago Public Library. This monument was inspired by the neo-classical style of the World's Columbian Exposition held in Chicago in 1893.

Chagall Mosaic, "The Four Seasons" is one of Loop Art & Architecture.

2. Chagall Mosaic, "The Four Seasons"

8.5
70 W Madison St (at Chase Tower), Chicago, IL
Public Art · The Loop · 13 tips and reviews

Explore ChicagoExplore Chicago: Composed of thousands of inlaid chips in over 250 colors, Marc Chagall’s mosaic artwork The Four Seasons portrays six scenes of Chicago. Read more.

The Rookery Building is one of Loop Art & Architecture.

3. The Rookery Building

209 S La Salle St (at Adams St), Chicago, IL
Building · The Loop · 18 tips and reviews

Jeremy G.Jeremy Green: Built in 1888 by Chicago architectural office of Burnham and Root the twelve story Rookery is considered the oldest standing high-rise in Chicago. The lobby was remodeled in 1905 by Frank L. Wright

Monadnock Building is one of Loop Art & Architecture.

4. Monadnock Building

53 W Jackson Blvd, Chicago, IL
Office · The Loop · 9 tips and reviews

Explore ChicagoExplore Chicago: Built in two phases during the late 1880s and early 1890s, the Monadnock reveals the change in modern architectural construction in the late nineteenth century. Check out the amazing staircase inside. Read more.

Daley Plaza Picasso is one of Loop Art & Architecture.

5. Daley Plaza Picasso

9.0
at Daley Plaza, Chicago, IL
Public Art · The Loop · 14 tips and reviews

Explore ChicagoExplore Chicago: The Chicago Picasso, a gift from the artist to the people of Chicago, has become a beloved icon of the city and a source of civic pride.

CTA - Quincy/Wells is one of Loop Art & Architecture.

6. CTA - Quincy/Wells

6.3
220 S Wells St (at W Quincy St), Chicago, IL
Train Station · The Loop · 26 tips and reviews

Dylan C.Dylan Conn: Coolest L station in the Loop! Historically renovated to look like it did when it opened in 1897. Make sure to check out the period advertisements while you wait on the platform.

7. Macy's

8.1
111 North State Street (btwn W Randolph St & W Washington St), Chicago, IL
Department Store · The Loop · 169 tips and reviews

Explore ChicagoExplore Chicago: Head to the 5th Floor for a view of the Tiffany Favrile glass ceiling, which was installed in 1907, and contains over 1.6 million pieces of glass.

James R. Thompson Center is one of Loop Art & Architecture.

8. James R. Thompson Center

100 W Randolph St. (btwn LaSalle & Clark St.), Chicago, IL
Government Building · The Loop · 29 tips and reviews

Explore ChicagoExplore Chicago: See the sculpture, Monument With Standing Beast, by Jean Dubuffet outside, then step inside to snap a photo of the Thompson Center's unusually shaped atrium.

Alexander Calder's Flamingo Sculpture is one of Loop Art & Architecture.

9. Alexander Calder's Flamingo Sculpture

8.2
230 S Dearborn St (at W Adams St), Chicago, IL
Public Art · The Loop · 23 tips and reviews

Explore ChicagoExplore Chicago: In "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" (1986), Cameron and Sloan are seen standing in front of Alexander Calder's Flamingo sculpture. Read more.

Chicago Public Library is one of Loop Art & Architecture.

10. Chicago Public Library

9.3
400 S. State St. (btwn Van Buren & Congress), Chicago, IL
Library · The Loop · 75 tips and reviews

Explore ChicagoExplore Chicago: Head to the 9th Floor of the city's central library to visit the Winter Garden, a spacious atrium with a terrazzo and marble floor and glass dome.