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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.
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Undoubtedly one of the best art museums in the United States. I have a particular soft spot for impressionism, and their Money collection is breathtaking. Even if you don't view yourself as an "art person," The Art Institute is worth the visit. It is the quietest, most peaceful place in the city, and there is so much more here than paintings on canvas. They supply a fascinating window into history. Make sure to ask what kind of promotional rates they have too; I asked if that had a student discount (which they do- 50% off), and they asked if we are Illinois residents, because if so, it would be free admission that day!
Undoubtedly one of the best art museums I've ever had the pleasure to go to in my life. We had to reschedule our trip to go here and we were able to use old tickets. They were friendly and were able to work with us. Some of the staff were not as friend but overall it was amazing. The cafe was hard to find but. It was absolutely amazing food. One of the best museum food I've ever had. It was amazing. Thanks for the trip. Will be back soon!!
Yup, this is another mandatory bucket-list item. You won't be let down by this cultural icon depicting works of art throughout time. Spending an entire day in the museum was something I didn't appreciate as much as a kid, but now I can fully respect the time, effort, skill, and thought that went into every piece. The security guards and officers on patrol made sure everyone was following instructions and not disturbing the peace while being friendly and helpful at the same time.
Beautiful facility and filled with incredible pieces. I'm not a big fan of ancient art from the far east or the old greek stuff and there is quite a bit of that here. The modern, American, and European art is more interesting to me so I really enjoyed seeing those exhibits. For time management it takes at least three to four hours to see the modern, American, and European sections. You could easily burn a few more hours on the other stuff so plan accordingly. The entry fee is $25 per person if you aren't local to Chicago or Illinois.
This place is awesome! But too big to do in a day. Get there early before the crowds get huge. We got there at 11 and it was pretty empty, but by 1:30 we felt like sardines in a can. The exhibits are quite cool. The staff can be kind of pushy about you getting too close to exhibits, so read the rules. Definitely check out the miniature room gallery!