FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2009 7PM-MIDNIGHT
The Chicago Cultural Center is located at 78 E. Washington Street and 77 E. Randolph Street. It is easily accessible by public transportation. With stops nearby, CTA buses, rapid transit, and Metra trains provide convenient alternatives to driving.
The following bus lines stop either on Washington or Michigan, just steps from the Chicago Cultural Center:
#3 (King Drive)
And the many bus lines that stop at Randolph or Washington, on State, Dearborn, Clark and LaSalle streets are just a short walk away.
Loop elevated trains, which include the Orange (Midway), Brown (Ravenswood), Green (Harlem/Lake) and Purple (Linden), stop at Randolph and Wabash, just west of the Cultural Center.
Subway trains, which include the Red line (Howard-95th Ryan) and Blue line (Ohare/54th Cermak), stop at Washington and Randolph on State and Dearborn, respectively, just west of the Chicago Cultural Center.
The Metra Electric (MELEC) and South Shore (MNICD) station links directly to the Chicago Cultural Center through the Pedway, providing easy access to trains from northwest Indiana and Chicago’s south side. The Pedway elevator opens directly into the Randolph Street lobby.