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- In River North, The Golden Triangle [330 North Clark Street] is a beautifully appointed gallery showcasing Asian and European antiquities. The 23,000-square-foot space is laid out like an indoor village, with
- The Chicago Botanic Garden [1000 Lake Cook Road in Glencoe] has several event spaces—both indoor and outdoor—tucked into its sprawling acres of gardens, lakes, and woodlands. Our favorite? The English Walled Ga
- Michelle and Barack Obama held their wedding reception at the South Shore Cultural Center [7059 South Shore Drive], an architectural gem in Hyde Park. A forme
- An iconic Chicago hotel, The Palmer House Hilton [17 East Monroe Street] has lush, decorative event spaces. A particularly unique—and richly colored—spa
- With two of the world's largest Tiffany glass domes, The Chicago Cultural Center [78 East Washington Street] hosts wedding ceremonies and
- Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, the Light Court at The Rookery [209 South LaSalle Street] provides a visual feast of a wedding backdrop. Initially designed as an office building by Daniel Bur
Known for its fabulous architecture, Chicago presents no shortage of venue eye candy. From holding a ceremony underneath one of the world's largest Tiffany domes to clinking champagne flutes in an English walled garden, here are our picks for some of the area's most visually stunning places to get hitched.
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