Fourth Presbyterian Church

Interesting
Duck into this peaceful sanctuary to escape the hustle and bustle of Michigan Avenue. The Fourth Presbyterian Church (1914) is an elegant reminder of Michigan Avenue's bygone days. It is the neo-Gothic work of Ralph Adams Cram, in partnership with Howard Van Doren Shaw. The church is renowned for the purity of its Aeolian Skinner organ, and concerts here are highly popular. The charming cloisters and fountain at the front of the ivy-clad parish house exude a soothing sense of serenity.

Useful information

Address:

North Michigan Avenue at Delaware Place, 60611 Chicago

Phone:

+1 312-787-4570

Opening hours

Mon‑Fri 7.30am‑9pm, Sat 7.30am‑6pm, Sun 7.30am‑6.30pm

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