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Published 08/31/2015

Fodor's Review

This neoclassical building, designed by Daniel Burnham, opened in 1907 as one of the world's earliest department stores, Marshall Field's. Macy's acquired the chain in 2005 and changed the store's name. An uproar ensued, and many Chicagoans still refer to the flagship as Marshall Field's. A visit is as much an architectural experience as a retail one. The building has distinct courtyards (one resembling an Italian palazzo), a striking Tiffany dome of mosaic glass, a calming fountain, and gilded pillars. Its green clock at the State and Randolph entrance is a Chicago landmark. For lunch, try the Walnut Room, and make sure to sample Frango mints—the store's specialty, they were once made on the 13th floor.

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111 N. State St., Chicago, Illinois, 60602, USA

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Sight Details:

  • Mon. and Thurs.–Sat. 10–8, Tues. 9–9, Wed. 9–10, Sun. 11–6

Published 08/31/2015


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