Chicago Cultural Center
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Gazing at the World's Largest Tiffany Glass Dome
Chicago's art scene is often overshadowed by the ever-increasing foodie scene but the Windy City offers just as much contemporary and historical art as pizzas and gourmet doughnuts. The Chicago Cultural Center is one of my favorite art-focused hangouts because it's free and supplies multi-levels of art and culture. The most famous is the Tiffany dome, stretching 38 feet across Preston Bradley Hall. The best time to view the dome is in the middle of the afternoon, when the sun streams through the glass and you can make out the zodiac signs that are etched around the top.
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