The Smith Museum of Stained Glass Windows at Chicago’s Navy Pier
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The Smith Museum of Stained Glass Windows at Chicago’s Navy Pier

Down a hallway inside Navy Pier is one of the more beautiful attractions the site has to offer: The Smith Museum of Stained Glass Windows. 150 windows grace the premises covering everything from the famed Tiffany designs to religious icons to a contemporary interpretation of Michael Jordan.

The museum opened in February 200 and was the first museum that devoted to stained glass windows.

The Smith Museum of Stained Glass Windows at Navy Pier in Chicago, Illinois

The Smith Museum of Stained Glass Windows at Navy Pier in Chicago, Illinois

The Smith Museum of Stained Glass Windows at Navy Pier in Chicago, Illinois

The Smith Museum of Stained Glass Windows at Navy Pier in Chicago, Illinois

The Smith Museum of Stained Glass Windows at Navy Pier in Chicago, Illinois

Site: The Smith Museum of Stained Glass Windows
Location: Navy Pier, 600 East Grand Avenue, Chicago, IL 60611
Cost: Free
Hours: Navy Pier is open year-round (closed Thanksgiving Day and December 25). Hours vary by season, check the Navy Pier website for current hours.
Date: April 11, 2009

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