Location: Michagan Ave (LOOP) – 78 E. Washington St., Chicago, IL 60602
The Chicago Cultural Center, built in 1887, is one of Chicago’s premier Historic Landmark venues. Boasting two of the world’s largest Tiffany stained-glass domes, CCC is located right on Michigan Avenue across from Millennium Park. The Cultural Center has three magnificent ballrooms that are perfect for weddings, corporate and social events, and has played host to numerous Presidents, Royalty, Foreign Leaders, and Celebrities. The building itself is faced with Bedford Blue Limestone on a granite base, and is designed the neoclassical style with Italian Renaissance elements.
Preston Bradley Hall – The crown jewel of the Chicago Cultural Center, Preston Bradley Hall houses the spectacular Tiffany glass domed ceiling, believed to be one of the largest in the world. Twenty-five Tiffany glass chandeliers are splendidly spaced throughout the entire room. The hall features large, graceful marble arches inlaid with sparkling mosaics, with a spectacular view of Millennium Park. Preston Bradley Hall is an ideal space for weddings, corporate functions, cocktail receptions or concerts.
Capacity: 360 for a seated dinner, 500 theater style and 700 standing reception.