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Chicago Board of Trade Visitor Center
Birthplace of the American futures market, and the Chicago Board of Trade was the first exchange in the United States. Closed to the public, but open for arranges groups.
141 W. Jackson Blvd.
Mon-Fri: 9:00am-1:30pm.
Price varies depending on group size.
Chicago Mercantile Exchange Visitor Center
The largest futures exchange in the U. S. and the second oldest, CME was the First exchange to be publicly traded pm the New York Stock Exchange.
20 S. Wacker Dr.
Mon – Fri: 8:15am –3:30pm.
Fourth floor visitor gallery closed to public. Main lobby-level visitor center is open and free.
Richard J. Daley Center and Picasso Sculpture
A gift to the city of Chicago from Picasso, the sculpture made of the Same brown steel as the building itself, sits in the plaza. Many people have tried to guess what it is: an angel, a lion, a woman? But if viewed from the northeast…could it be the profile of Mayor Richard Daley?
55 W. Randolph.
Chicago ArchiCenter, 224 S. Michigan, 312.922.3432,
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Federal Reserve will help you detect counterfeit bills.
230 S. LaSalle St.
Mon – Fri.: 1:00pm.
Closed major holidays. Group tours available. Admission is free but photo ID is required.
James R. Thompson Center
Designer Helmut Jahn won the Distinguished Building Award for his unique design.
100 W. Randolph St. 312-814-6684