Driehaus Museum



40 E. Erie Street, Chicago IL 60611

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The Richard H. Driehaus Museum explores the art, architecture, and design of the late 19th and early 20th centuries with a focus on the Gilded Age. The Museum is located just steps from the Magnificent Mile within the meticulously restored Nickerson Mansion, renowned as Gilded Age Chicago’s “Marble Palace.”

Group Amenities

Average Visit/Tour Length 1 hour

Maximum Group Number 100

Group Discounts Available

Minimum Size for Group Admission Rate 10

Miles from O'Hare Airport 19.0

Miles from Midway Airport 11.0

Miles from Navy Pier

Miles from McCormick Place 3.0

Miles from Downtown




American Express

Student Group Friendly

Special Interest Tours Offered

ADA Compliant

Number of Retail Stores 2

Hours of Operation Tuesday-Sunday, 10 am - 5 pm

Military Discount

Preferred Catering Providers

Largest Room, Reception Capacity (Standing) 125

Largest Room, Banquet Capacity (Seated) 60

On-site Audio/Visual Equipment

Complete Buy-out Available

Max Capacity, Reception Style (Standing) 125

Max Capacity, Banquet Style (Seated) 100

Max Venue Capacity 125

Private Meeting Space Available

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Exterior of Driehaus Museum The Sculpture Gallery, Driehaus Museum, Photo by Alexander Vertikoff.jpg The Drawing Room, Driehaus Museum, Photo by Alexander Vertikoff.jpg The Main Hall, Driehaus Museum, Photo by Alexander Vertikoff, 2011.jpg Exterior.JPG
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