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Known for their inventive, acrobatic shows; their repertory production of 'Lookingglass Alice' is a knock-out.
Known for their inventive, acrobatic shows; their repertory production of 'Lookingglass Alice' is a knock-out. It's worth peeking inside even if you don't plan to see a show, though, to check out the insides of the old Pumping Station; unlike the Water Tower, its more famous sibling across the street, there's some interesting old machinery to see.
821 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
In 1871, when Mrs
Right next to the Water Tower, LUMA is best known for its exhibits on sacred art and architecture, but it occasionally veers into modern art as well, such as an installation of Andy Warhol's silver balloons
Big and very big names from modern and contemporary American and European art, including Millennium Park sculptor Jaume Plensa
Pre and post-war American art, particularly 1930-1949
Contemporary art from around the world
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
Easy to miss, as it's located on a side street without much in the way of signage (or advertising), but this gallery has a long history - it opened in 1916, and hosted Pablo Picasso's art show in the U
Adorning the first floor are decorative arts from the collection of the museum's namesake, Richard H
Formerly known as the John Hancock Observatory, 360 Chicago offers breathtaking views of downtown Chicago with its skyscrapers, the historic Michigan lakefront and four neighboring states - Wisconsin, Michigan, Indiana and Illinois
There is plenty of everybody doing everything at Oak Street Beach