Chicago's monumental Union Station was designed by Graham, Anderson, Probst & White and completed in 1925 after twelve years of construction. The travertine marble-clad Great Hall is considered one of the greatest interiors in the United States. But there are many other extraordinary spaces inside the massive building, including the recently restored women's lounge (now the Burlington Room) and the barber shop, with its stunning tile-clad walls.
Join Derrick James, Senior Manager of Government Affairs for Amtrak (and docent extraordinaire) for this fascinating tour highlighting the history, architecture, and artistry of this landmark building.
Proceeds benefit the House & Collections Committee Fund for the ongoing restoration of Glessner House Museum.
$25 per person / $20 for members (member coupon code required)