This classic Chicago landmark opened in 1925 as a replacement for an 1881 train station. Today, the transportation hub runs Amtrak and Metra trains in and out of the city. Union Station also features a variety of retail stores, eateries, and offers a grand ballroom for banquets and weddings.
|Venue name:||Union Station||Contact:|
225 S Canal St
|Cross street:||between Adams St and Jackson Blvd|
|Transport:||El stop: Blue to Clinton. Bus: 126, 151, 156, 157.|
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"The Untouchables", "Public Enemies", "Man of Steel" all some of the iconic movies shot at this landmark location. It's also a working train station too. The main terminal of Union Station offers one of the most iconic old-school Chicago views money can afford (note: it's free to visit the main terminal). It's great for people-watching, taking a quick snapshot, and is a good place to go to escape an unexpected summer rainstorm or that expected winter windchill. Take a ride to the suburbs or a train to Denver, but make sure to check this place out and take it all in before you leave.