The Art Institute Of Chicago, Chicago

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The Art Institute Of Chicago, Chicago - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: 111 S Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL 60603

Phone: +1-3124433600

Ticket Price: 25 USD

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Time Required: 03:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:30 am - 05:00 pm Details

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Chicago’s pride and joy, this art museum is rich in many treasures. A Beaux-Art triumph, the building was built in 1893 and over a century, has gathered some priceless collections. Lovers of Picasso, Monet and Matisse will be delighted, as will other impressionist aficionados. The photography collection is massive, as is the collection of arms and armor, or Asian art work dating back to about 5000 years ago. The Museum's recent expansion added a shop, a cafe and a restaurant, so yes, take the whole day off and spend it here, with lunch in between exhibits. The art institute of chicago is recommended to add to the Chicago trip planner if you have only one day to spend in the city.

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The Art Institute Of Chicago Information

Following items are not allowed in the museum:

  • Art materials other than pencil (including ink pens)
  • Backpacks and backpack baby carriers
  • Bags, camera bags, or purses larger than 13 x 17 x 4 inches
  • Shopping bags
  • Flowers or balloons
  • Food or drink
  • Toys
  • Tripods, flash attachments, video cameras and selfie sticks.
  • Umbrellas (small umbrellas can be stowed in bags)
  • Wrapped packages (gifts)
  • Tricycles, carts, hoverboards, Segways

The Art Institute Of Chicago Ticket Prices

General Admission:

  • Adults: USD 25
  • Seniors (65+) and students: USD 19
  • Children under 14: Free

Fast Pass:

  • Adults: USD 35
  • Seniors (65+) and students: USD 29
  • Concessions are applicable for citizens of Chicago and Illinois. Please refer to the official website for the same.

How To reach The Art Institute Of Chicago by Public Transport

  • Michigan/ Jackson bus stop
  • Michigan & Monroe bus stop
  • Adams/ Wabash subway station

Restaurants Near The Art Institute Of Chicago

  • Roy’s
  • Capital Grille
  • Yolk Rasp
  • Fournette

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  • Oh boy, I loved it here! This place houses many galleries and wings, and a wonderful variation of art pieces. You'll be in the presence of the fascinating art of Picasso, Roden and Monet. Medieval sculptures and art in display will take you on a journey back in time then you'll be swooped back by the modern and contemporary pieces of this day. You'll take a trip around the world as you admire the art from numerous countries including India, Asia, Brazil and the Middle East. This place has something for everyone, you won't leave disappointed!!

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  • A true cultural gem. Many cities tend to separate their fine arts museum and modern art museums, but Chicago rolls it all into one, with exhibits ranging from the ancient to the contemporary, and the beauty doesn't stop at the museum gates; Millennium Park is right across the street. One of the best collections of American artists in the country, as well as more than a few European masters. You won't ever regret a trip here.

  • The wheelchair accessible family access restroom is always very clean and always stocked with the necessities. Easy to use but the hall door after you leave the restroom to get back the modern wing is a bit hard to maneuver. That is not your only option, you can move the wheelchair the opposite way down the short hall to get back into the old wing and then through the doors and ramp to circle back down to a automatic handicap door, so I rate this museum very high for accessibility

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  • I have been to very few if any art galleries, but I found this to be quite fascinating. There's such a wide variety of Art and I found myself spending a lot more time looking at various pieces than I would have expected. My wife was looking for some specific pieces and we didn't find there mapping system to be that helpful but overall it was a great experience. The fruit basket painting was one of my favorites just because of how photo like it looks for being painted at the previous turn of the century.

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  • Great museum, must-see. If you are in hurry - they have a map with 13 super highlights of their exposition which you will be able to cover in an hour or so. But better reserve 3+ hours for a more relaxed and more meaningful experience. Also, gift shop has surprisingly good selection.

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