$15 – $30
Discover the Fine Arts Building, a treasure trove on Michigan Avenue and learn how it went from a carriage showroom to a high-profile artists’ colony that housed tenants like Frank Lloyd Wright, Lorado Taft and Harriet Monroe.
Originally called the Studebaker Building, this Chicago landmark has remained almost untouched through the years. View the hardly altered exterior, walk through the famous 10th floor, filled with many large murals, and take a peek inside several studios that were once occupied by leaders of the Arts and Crafts movement.
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