Not a place to stop. They do not want tourist in here. Just a walk by. You can always make a quick walk by
About Tribune Tower
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Stop into the lobby of the Tribune Tower....note the literary quotations on all the interior walls. If you are lucky, one of the reception "guards" will give you a history about it. The exterior of the building has interesting remnants and artifacts from famous buildings...More
The tribune tower is a great representation of what great architecture means in this city. There is so much to see and experience just walking down Michigan Avenue. Such variation and well-kept treasures.
It is one of Chicago's famous landmarks. This building is so unique with its Gothic aspect. It is situated at the beginning of the Magnificent Mile. You may notice that the building contains several stones collected from different famous monuments around the world. I believe...More
This magnificent Gothic building is instantly recognisable on Michigan Avenue's skyline and as such, offers many photo opportunities!! Don't be reticent to enter the building (by the revolving doors) as you'll be greeted by some truly lovely building receptionists (male) who'll enthusiastically tell you all...More
Didn't know what this building was all about when we were first arrived in Chicago and stayed in a hotel right next to it. Has a live broadcasting radio station on street level next to it, think it was a newspaper office originally and is...More
It was fascinating to see all the different artifacts built into the building. Very cool. The history and architecture were amazing.
This piece of Gothic architecture is much of what defines the uniqueness and beauty of the Chicago skyline. It, with the Wrigley Building, are the gates to the Magnificent Mile, if entering from the south. It as if these two building are dancing with one...More
In addition to the fabulous facade the Chicago Tribune building has an interesting exhibit of artifacts from around the world that are cemented and labelled on its outer walls. Want to see a piece of the Egyptian pyramids? Then walk around the Tribune Building.