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Sky-Line Club


307 N. Michigan Ave.




Sat, Oct 15: 9am - 4pm

Sun, Oct 16: 9am - 4pm

Photography Permitted Long Lines Wheelchair Accessible

Building Architect

Vitzthum & Burns, 1925


Perched atop the Old Republic Building, the Sky-Line Club is one of the oldest private membership facilities in the city. Nearly 100 years ago, an old ale house from the Sussex region of southern England was carefully dismantled and shipped to Chicago. It was then reconstructed here—on the top floor of one of Chicago's early office towers. Paintings and furnishings from the original pub grace the interior today. From within the stately decor of the club, members have watched the city’s skyline evolve into a 21st-century metropolis. The intimate space recently underwent renovation and also includes an open-air terrace with fabulous views.

Behind the Scenes

Warm up in a cozy fireplace lounge, then check out the views from the rooftop terrace on a visit to one of the city's best-kept secrets.