Behind the scenes access to 150 Chicago buildings during Open House Chicago

I’d actually never heard about this event before, but in a couple weeks, Open House Chicago will be taking place. This two-day event, taking place Oct. 13-14, offers behind-the-scenes access to over 150 buildings across Chicago, and is free & open to the public. That means you get to go into some of the city’s coolest buildings — no reservations required — and see the city’s hidden gems & architectural treasures. The whole shindig is hosted by the Chicago Architectural Foundation.

Here are some of the buildings I’m most excited to see:

There are so many other places listed that you never knew existed, or maybe always wanted to see inside – be sure to check out the complete list of sites!

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2 Responses to “Behind the scenes access to 150 Chicago buildings during Open House Chicago”
  1. Mindy says:

    BenchMob is definitely interested in checking it out!

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  1. […] out the Albany Carroll Arts Building. It’s actually the only stop I made it to as part of Open House Chicago, too. Let’s just say it was another weekend of trying to squeeze in too much into two days. […]



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