Make sure to enter through the front entrance to get the best experience! When you enter, you'll see the beauty of the architecture from the inside as well as a beautiful view of Lake Michigan. The space is incredibly airy and open. There is a small cafe if you need a little something to snack on. There is also a gift shop. The art installations are located on the north wing (I think) and takes up about 4 floors. It's easy to buy tickets as the ticket booths are located at two main entrances, front and north side. Parking is located at the north side parking lot and is about $7.
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