It features the repair of the Tiffany dome that is in the Chicago Cultural Center (the old library to some of us), plus glass sculptures by Chihuly.
You should know one thing about this museum. While the tickets are advertised as “$23 for adults, $22 for seniors and $14 for children 3-11,” this museum tacks on an extra “$3.75 service charge for each ticket.” There’s an extra $1.50 fee, if you make reservations over the internet.
What a rip!
Obviously aimed at suburbanites.
It costs nothing if you live close enough to walk in and make a reservation.
And, if it is Chihuly glass that you want to see, there are two chandeliers in an Algonquin restaurant right next to the Oberweis Dairy store on Randall Road.
Montarra Grill is the name of the place. We have eaten there and recommend it.