CCAHA has arranged 2 tours for program participants on Sunday,
July 15, 2007.
The Chicago Architecture Foundation’s acclaimed Architecture River Cruise spotlights more than 50 architecturally significant sites along the Chicago River. Symposium attendees are invited to cruise the city at 5:00 pm for the reduced rate of $22.00 per person.
The Chicago History Museum has arranged a walking tour of Chicago’s Gold Coast, a trip through the Astor Street historic
district’s opulent mansions and elegant town homes. This tour is being offered at 12:00 PM and costs $10.00 per person.
Pre-registration and payment for both of these programs is required (see registration form). For more information or questions contact CCAHA.
Funding: This program was developed under grants from the National Park Service and the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training,* and the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts.
Program contents are solely the responsibility of CCAHA and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the National Park Service or the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training.
All images are courtesy of the Chicago History Museum. Cover image: Schlesinger & Mayer/Carson Pirie Scott Building, Louis H. Sullivan (ca. 1898-1899). Shadow images: Monadnock Building, Burnham and Root; Crown Hall, elevation drawing