Venues

Art Institute of Chicago

Rubloff Auditorium

230 S Columbus Dr, Chicago, IL 60603
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Driving Directions

From Lake Shore Drive (US-41): Turn to exit at E Monroe. You will arrive at the venue in 0.2 mi on the left.

From the Stevenson Northbound (I-55 N): Exit at US-41 N (Lake Shore Dr N), then follow the directions above.

From the Kennedy Southbound (I-90/94 E): Take exit 51E for Monroe St. The venue will be on your right in 1.2 mi.

From the Kennedy Northbound (I-90/94 W): Take exit 53C to I-55 N, then follow the I-55 directions above.

From the Eisenhower Eastbound (I-290 E): 290 becomes Congress Pkwy. Turn left on S Columbus Dr. Destination will be on the left in 0.3 mi.


Parking

There are two parking garages near AIC that can be accessed at Adams and Michigan Avenue: KGM Prestige Services, Inc. Parking Lot/Garage Seven Lions Valet (312-880-0130) located at 130 S Michigan Avenue and at the corner of Adams and Wabash.

InterPark Parking Lot (312-322-3330) located at 231 S Wabash Avenue.

Please call for rates and hours.

Millennium Park Garage: Enter on Columbus, just north of Monroe

Grant Park South Garage: Enter on Michigan btw. Van Buren/Adams

Grant Park North Garage: Enter on Michigan btw. Madison/Randolph

We have partnered with Parking Panda to help visitors purchase parking tickets online. Please visit our Parking page for more information.


CTA

Red Line: Red Line stops on Jackson, Monroe, Lake and State/Lake.

Blue Line: Blue Line stops on Jackson, Monroe, and Washington.

Brown/Green/Orange/Pink/Purple Lines: All stop at Adams/Wabash.


Accessibility

Michigan Avenue Entrance: Ramp access is available, but drop-offs are not permitted.

Modern Wing Entrance: Ramp access is available, and drop-offs are permitted. A traffic pullout is available from the eastbound lanes of Monroe Street.

Inside the Museum: Elevators are located throughout the museum with access to all floors. Auditoriums are equipped with designated wheelchair areas.

Mobility Devices: Wheelchairs are allowed in all areas of the museum. These devices include manual or electric single seat chairs, electric mobility seated scooters and knee scooters, and other manually operated mobility devices including walkers, crutches, canes, braces, and other similar devices.

Hearing-Assist Devices: Rubloff Hall is equipped with hearing-assist devices.

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