Chicago Water Tower
Historic Site, Art Gallery
806 N Michigan Ave (btwn Pearson St & Chicago Ave)
Chicago, IL 60611
- Built in the late 1860s, these two structures, designed by William Boyington, were among the few buildings to survive the Great Chicago Fire of 1871.
- This landmark is just steps away from Loyola's Water Tower Campus on Pearson Street.
- Miraculously saved from the Great Chicago Fire, this is a distinctive landmark of Old Chicago in the heart of the Magnificent Mile.
- During the cold winter in Chicago is the beat place to spend some hours enjoying sales in good shops and great taste and fresh meal in a large list of restaurants
- One of my fav Chicago landmarks. Wish they'd do more with the inside though. Maybe some history of the tower and not some lame art exhibit.
- White Castle's motif was inspired by this famous water tower.
- Visitors get 10% off at Macy's. Just go to the info desk on level 6.
- Hang out and look at the art exhibit and warm up!
- There is an art museum inside, make sure you check it out!
- Make sure you're friendly to Security ;)
- Good place :)
- A beautiful landmark in a great area of Chicago.
- Marco da cidade! Tradicional visita.
- Encontramos 40 % de descuento en toda la tienda. Adems diseos muy padres.
- Great to see some historical architecture in the middle of town. They should put a historical exhibition inside rather than the current gallery which seemed a bit out of place.
- Nice to walk by, worth about a 4 block detour. There is a free photo gallery inside.
- Manzara harika
- Historic building
- Historic monument in the midst on the city.
- Melhor Viso da cidade