People tend to check in during these times:
I love the Armani exchange there
Really beautiful old style building that really fits well into the city
You can go inside for a 30 second art tour haha
It's really pretty - a small building on both sides of the road.
Another must see. Stop while shopping to take in the sight from every angle. It's one of the oldest pieces of architecture really well done.
One of Chicago signature Land Marks 👍 you can't miss it if you are in the area !!
This is the water tower structure not the shopping mall. A small art gallery is a can't-miss inside. One of 2 structures to survive the Great Chicago Fire. Best parking nearby under Water Tower Place.
Nothing on the history of the tower when you go inside. Missing a trick here.
Good shopping place
Go in and wander around if it's hot out. It's free but not very big.
During the cold winter in Chicago is the beat place to spend some hours enjoying sales in good shops and great taste and fresh meal in a large list of restaurants
One of the few buildings in the district to survive the 1871 fire.
Hang out and look at the art exhibit and warm up!
Don't miss the exhibit Inside
Great shopping place!
One of the only buildings that survived the Chicago Fire.
Great Chicago landmark. One of the few buildings that survived the Great Chicago Fire.
No water available to drink
There is an art museum inside, make sure you check it out!
Make sure you're friendly to Security ;)
Good place :)
White Castle's motif was inspired by this famous water tower.
Built in the late 1860s, these two structures, designed by William Boyington, were among the few buildings to survive the Great Chicago Fire of 1871.
Miraculously saved from the Great Chicago Fire, this is a distinctive landmark of Old Chicago in the heart of the Magnificent Mile.
This landmark is just steps away from Loyola's Water Tower Campus on Pearson Street.
Visitors get 10% off at Macy's. Just go to the info desk on level 6.
Go inside and see the vintage pictures of Chicago.
One of my fav Chicago landmarks. Wish they'd do more with the inside though. Maybe some history of the tower and not some lame art exhibit.
chicagoo :) lindoo me gusta