Tribune Tower, Chicago

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Tribune Tower, Chicago - Address, Phone Number

Address: 435 N Michigan Ave #6, Chicago, IL 60611, United States

Phone: +1-3122223994

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Time Required: 03:00 Hrs

Timings: 24-hrs Details

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The tower was built in the pursuit of a lofty ambition to create the most beautiful and eye catching building in the world. While there remain many other contendors for that particular distinction, the building is nevertheless imposing and charismatic. It’s most famous feature is the collection of stoned from other world famous structures like the Notre Dame and the Berlin Wall. I won’t spoil it for you; there are over a hundred sources for this unusual but priceless collection. There’s a freedom museum here too.

Tribune Tower Information

  •  Get awesome tea and coffee from the cafe in the tower lobby.

Tribune Tower Opening and Closing Hours

  • Always open.

How To reach Tribune Tower by Public Transport

  • Michigan & Hubbard (Tribune Building) bus stop
  • Michigan (Lower) & Illinois bus stop

Restaurants Near Tribune Tower

  • Bongo room
  • Homeslice
  • Gibsons
  • Portage

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  • Unless you work here or know someone who does (which won't be forever because they're turning the place into condos), you can only enter the lobby. But it's really nice and has ornate stonework with words etched in as well. The outside is interesting: stones from all over the world are embedded into the exterior walls. Go to the back near the dock and parking lot and you'll see the cornerstone circa 1920.

  • Such a beautiful building. Sad that it's now condominiums. And no longer the grand Chicago Tribune. Which is also no longer so grand. Sigh.

  • Make sure you walk around to notice all beautiful stones from different countries and states. Neo-gothic building is something fresh!

  • This building and nearby buildings are phenomenal. It's like going back in time when detail and passionate architecture was being built.

  • WGN Radio is hosted in here. I love that station.

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