Open House Chicago: Step inside the city’s architectural wonders for free

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CHICAGO -- High atop the Old Republic Building at 307 N Michigan sits a beautiful library and dining space rich with wood paneling, old world charm and a beautiful view of the city.

The furnishings are all from the Sussex region of England, only enjoyed by those who are members of The Skyline Club, one of oldest private membership clubs in Chicago.

This weekend, as part of Open House Chicago, it is opening its exclusive doors to the public.

In the 5th annual Open House Chicago, more than 200 buildings are opening their doors for free.

Doors will be open all across the city, from downtown to the Pullman neighborhood, Garfield Park, North Lawndale, all the way north outside of the City to Evanston for the first time this year.

Organizers expect the event to drawn 100,000 people. Plan your trip at


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