Chicago Union Station
225 S Canal St
Originally designed by famed architect Daniel Burnham ("make no small plans, they have no magic to stir men's blood") and completed in 1925 by the Graham, Anderson, Probst and White Firm, the Great Hall inside Chicago Union Station is considered to be one of the greatest indoor spaces in the United States. Guests are awed as they enter this 20,000 foot classic Beaux Arts style room which boasts 18 soaring Corinthian columns, terracotta walls, a pink Tennessee marble floor and is crowned with a spectacular five-story, barrel-vaulted, atrium ceiling.
The rich history and beauty of the Great Hall has made it a popular location for feature films including The Untouchables, My Best Friend's Wedding, Flags of Our Fathers and many others.