Chicago Architectural Attractions

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  Chicago Architecture Foundation

224 S. Michigan Ave., Recorded Tour Information - 312-922-TOUR
Offers an exciting mix of over 60 tours, as well as exhibitions, lectures, and special events designed to enhance the public's appreciation of Chicago's world-famous architecture. Call for a complete schedule of information on our bus and walking tours, exhibits, lectures and special events.
  The Chicago Athenaeum

The Museum of Architecture and Design
6 N. Michigan Ave.
    Glessner House Museum
1800 S. Prairie Ave. - 312-326-1480
Explore Chicago's diverse history and architecture, from untamed prairie origins to the height of Victorian splendor, by touring the Greek Revival Clarke House (1836) and H. H. Richardson's Glessner House (1887) located in the historic Prairie Avenue District.
  Chaenley  Persky House
1365 N. Astor St. - 312-915-0105
Guided tours of this Louis Sullivan and
Frank Lloyd Wright
designed Gold Coast Building.
      Robie House Frank Lloyd Wright Architectural Landmark.
5757 S. Woodlawn St. - 708/848-1976
Located on the campus of the University of Chicago
and managed by the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Foundation. This spectacular structure features 174 exquisite art glass windows and doors. Tours offered daily, as well as public programs and special events-all of which focus on Wright's legendary creativity.
  Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio
951 Chicago Ave., Oak Park -
The turn-of-the-century home and studio of America's most
renowned architect features soaring spaces, colorful art glass and bold geometric forms.