The oldest public library in Chicago, although not part of the city library system. The collection focuses on the humanities, American and European history, and the age of exploration. Occasional author events are held.
60 West Walton Street, Chicago, IL, United States
Nearest Transit: Chicago (Line: Red Line)
Newberry Library and Nearby Attractions on Map
Art Institute of Chicago(2.3 km)
The Art Institute of Chicago is one of the best and largest museums in the U.
The Skydeck Willis Tower(2.5 km)
Once the tallest building in the world, the Willis Tower now has to settle for the title of the second tallest building in the United States alone, after One World Trade Center in New York City.
Cadillac Palace Theater(1.8 km)
A Broadway in Chicago outlet, The Cadillac Palace is an opulent theater built in 1926 for the vaudeville's Orpheum Circuit.
Lyric Opera(2.1 km)
Housed in the Art Deco Civic Opera Building overlooking the river, the Lyric Opera of Chicago presents extraordinary productions of major operas.
Chicago Symphony Orchestra(2.4 km)
The Orchestra Hall at Symphony Center is home to the renowned Chicago Symphony Orchestra, one of 5 American orchestras that constitute the "Big Five" of classical music.
Ford Center for the Performing Arts(1.7 km)
Originally known as the Oriental Theater when it opened in 1926 as an ornate movie palace on the site of the former Iroquois Theater, the Ford Center for Performing Arts is a premier live performance venue that hosts Broadway productions.
Magnificent Mile(0.8 km)
One of the most prestigious shopping streets in the world, the Magnificent Mile is a stretch of Michigan Avenue that is home to massive department stores, luxury boutiques, and larger-than-usual stores for national chains like The Gap, Banana Republic, and Crate & Barrel.
Chicago Theater(1.6 km)
Originally built as the Balaban and Katz Chicago Theater for motion pictures, it has been refurbished as one of the city's premier performance venues.
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