Art lovers and art lovers alone should be on the lookout for Chicago’s art museums, because there’s nothing better than finding one that is free of the usual distractions and crowds that can overwhelm an otherwise beautiful and unique museum.
We’ve compiled some of the most fun museums we’ve found in the city, and now it’s time to look for the ones that are actually worth a visit.
Chicago Art Museum – The Art Institute of Chicago has always been a bit of a mystery for many Chicagoans, but the museum’s current exhibit, “The Art of the World,” is an exciting revelation.
The museum offers a fascinating look into the work of art that was created by people from around the world in the past 200 years, including a collection of paintings from the Dutch Impressionist, Damien Hirst, the work from the 18th-century French Impressionists, Rembrandt, and other masterpieces.
The exhibit also offers a behind-the-scenes look at the Art Institute’s production processes, including how the work was acquired and processed.
We can only hope that the museum will open in 2019.
Chicago City Museum – It’s hard to think of any other city that has so many unique artworks, and Chicago has one of the biggest collections in the nation, with an impressive collection of over 1,400 works, including some of Hirst’s most famous works.
You can see more of the city’s art here.
Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago – Located in the heart of downtown, the museum is open to the public every day of the year.
It has a variety of galleries, including the Fine Arts Gallery and the Fine Art Photography Gallery, as well as a collection that’s a little more specialized than most museums.
This is a great place to get an art education and explore what’s going on in the world of art, whether you’re a newbie or an expert.
Museum de la Presse de Chicago – This is one of our favorite museums in the Chicago area, and you’ll never miss a free museum tour.
There are so many free museums around the city that you’ll probably never be bored.
Check out this list of some of our favorites, as they’re a good starting point for visiting Chicago.
Chicago’s First Museum of Fine Arts – The Chicago Museum of Art opened in 1883 as the first art museum in the country.
The building was named for a German artist who founded the museum in 1891, and it still has its original stained glass windows and the original building’s original entrance.
The Art Institute and the Art Museum of Chicago have always been close allies and have worked together on a wide range of projects, from the expansion of the Art Gallery to the addition of the Museum de Chicago to the Museum of Science to the acquisition of the world’s largest collection of works by Rembrandts.
It’s a great way to learn about the history of the arts in the United States and abroad.
Chicago Botanic Garden – If you’re looking for an art museum to check out during your visit, look no further than the Chicago Botanical Garden.
This beautiful urban botanical garden has over 1.6 million plants and is a popular destination for art lovers to explore.
Check it out for free tours of the gardens, including an interactive exhibit.
The gardens are a wonderful place to learn more about how plants work, what they look like, and what they’re capable of doing.
It can be a great idea to take your kids on a guided tour, as you’ll be able to see and hear plants grow and how to grow them.
Chicago History Museum – You’ve probably never heard of this museum, but it’s one of Chicago’s best-known museums, so it should be a surprise to anyone who’s a Chicagoan.
The Chicago History of Art, which opened in 1955, has been the site of some truly spectacular art displays, including works by Van Gogh, Picasso, Goya, and others.
The exhibits are organized around the history and culture of the United State and around the globe.
It also has a collection devoted to the world-renowned works of Art Nouveau, including work by Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dalí.
This museum also hosts exhibitions of American and international artworks by contemporary artists, such as Pablo Picassos, Frank Stella, and Damien Houde.
There is also a gallery that showcases American artworks from the 1920s and ’30s.
The city also hosts a free annual art festival called the Chicago Art Fair.
Museum National de la Ville de Chicago- The National Museum of the American Indian is a fascinating collection of artifacts and other historical and cultural items, including one that shows the location of the original location of an American Indian reservation in the Illinois-Wisconsin border.
The collection is on loan from the National Park Service, and a visit to the National Museum is an important way to understand the history