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Open House Chicago

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People sit on steps on a rooftop overlooking the Chicago skyline, with a garden on the left side
Photograph: Courtesy of LJC

Time Out says

Want to get a free, behind-the-scenes look at the Bahá'í House of Worship, Herman Miller Showroom, Chinese American Museum of Chicago and more than iconic buildings throughout the Chicago area? You’ll have a chance to do so when the Chicago Architecture Center’s annual festival Open House Chicago returns to the city, opening up more than 150 architectural wonders across the city for free tours. Check out new additions like the Segundo Ruiz Belvis Cultural Center in Hermosa and Whitney Young, Jr. Branch Library in Bronzeville, or visit returning favorites such as the International Museum of Surgical Science and Holy Name Cathedral. Plus, don’t miss out on a series of free, self-guided walking tours or virtual lectures available on Open House Chicago’s website throughout the month. 


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