There so many here in the heart of Chicago city, even after the turn of Printers Row neighborhood, Millennium Park and Grant Park at their own chapter, enjoy it all in the loop, even in a week, can be a challenge to n ‘ What is important visitor.
First, is the problem of actually Defining The Loop. For the purpose of this discussion, we’ll call it all in the “L” (elevated train) loop trail that many neighborhoods, benefit a couple of blocks north, south and west.
Let us get to the essentials.
Walk along Dearborn Street from Jackson to Washington Street and enjoy Calder “Flamingo” flank government building designed by My Van Der Rohe, Chagall “The Four Seasons,” near the base of Chase Tower, and the Chicago Picasso – - call it as you will – in the Daley Center. Joan Miro’s sculpture, “Moon, Sun, and one star (Kick failed Chicago),” is a place on Washington west of Dearborn, right through the Picasso.
The Theatre District
First, there are the great old movie palace on Randolph Street, restored to their original brilliance – the Cadillac Palace and Oriental (aka the Ford Center for the Arts Run). In Dearborn, the Goodman Theatre in retaining the facade of the Selwyn and Harris Theater. Finally, there is the drama queen, Chicago (1921), with its marquee idol, its exterior designed to resemble Paris’ Arc de Triomphe and the thing inside her dream traveling. If you can not not take a show there, take a tour.