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In July of 1896, William Jennings Bryan secured the Democratic nomination for President with his famous "cross of gold" speech in Chicago.
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Tour the Spaces

The Chicago Room

Chicago Room with round tablesWith its Georgian-style architecture and breathtaking views, the Chicago Room provides a classic setting for any event. Entering through the Sanger P. Robinson Gallery, the space features east-facing windows overlooking Uihlein Plaza and Lincoln Park. The interior walls contain back-lit cases displaying exquisite stained glass panels.

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North & Clark Café

Cafe from upper levelLocated on the Museum’s first floor, the newly renovated North & Clark Café is available for private rentals. The Café features floor-to-ceiling windows offering unique views of Lincoln Park and the Children’s Fountain. Set on two levels, the Café accommodates 60 to 80 guests for a plated meal and up to 120 guests for a cocktail-style reception.

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The Rubloff Auditorium

Rubloff AuditoriumThe Rubloff Auditorium is one of the most handsome and versatile theaters in the city. The fully operational theater is the perfect setting for a variety of events. The adjacent Wrigley Gallery is perfect for receptions prior to or following a program in the auditorium.

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Mandel Conference Room

Mandel Conference RoomThis elegant conference room includes forty armchairs with burgundy fabric cushions and ten six-foot tables, which can be arranged to suit your needs. Seats 40.

 

 


Guild Room

The Guild RoomThe newly renovated Guild Room features state of the art audio visual capabilities and floor to ceiling windows along the South Wall of the Room. Twelve six-foot tables and fifty arm chairs are included with the rental of the space. Seats 50.

 

 

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