THE UNION LEAGUE CLUB OF CHICAGO
65 WEST JACKSON BOULEVARD
Chicago, IL 60604
The Union League Club, established in 1879, is one of the most prestigious membership organizations in the city. This 23-story clubhouse has amassed one of the nation's largest privately-held art collections including paintings, sculptures and antiques. It also features guest rooms, ballrooms, dining rooms, lounges, a library, a state-of-the-art health and fitness center and a swimming pool. The club's members have played a role in establishing many of the city’s major cultural organizations, including the Art Institute of Chicago, Orchestra Hall, the Auditorium Theater and the Field Museum. The members were also instrumental in having Chicago selected as the site of the World’s Columbian Exposition of 1893.
The dress code is Business Casual. The club defines Business Casual attire for men as a collared shirt (including turtleneck) and slacks (no dress denim) and for women as slacks or skirt with blouse or sweater.
GETTING TO THE CLUB
Parking & Transportation
Valet Parking available at the Federal Street Entrance.
Self Parking available at the garage on the northwest corner of Federal and Van Buren. Special rates are available for guests with tickets that are validated at the Front Desk.
The Club is just two blocks from the LaSalle Street Metra Station, six blocks from Union Metra Station and only blocks away from every El station. For more information on taking public transportation to the Club, call 800.443.0578.