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Getting to The Chicago Theatre

New York is a bustling city with many modes of transportation, so getting to The Chicago Theatre is fairly easy. Whether you’re a local or out-of-towner, we’re giving you plenty of options and a few tips and tricks that’ll help you get to where you’re going.

Driving

175 N. State Street
Chicago, IL 60601
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'L' Train

From the Red Line ‘L’ train, exit at Lake. From the Brown, Green, Pink, Orange and Purple Line Express elevated lines, exit at State/Lake. From the Blue Line ‘L’, exit at Washington and walk one block east on Washington and one and a half blocks north on State Street.
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Buses

Take CTA buses 6, 10*, 29, 36, 62 and 146. Weekday rush periods only—buses 2 and 148. (*#10 operates daily from Memorial Day to Labor Day)
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Metra Trains

If you’re taking the Metra South Shore Line, get off at Millennium Station; the southwest corner of Randolph St. and Michigan Ave. (two blocks east of the Theatre).
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Airports

The Chicago area is serviced by two major airports: O’Hare International Airport (approximately 15 miles) and Midway International Airport (approximately 11 miles). The Chicago Theatre is accessible by public transportation, car service and taxi from both airports.

Parking

There are a number of parking garages surrounding the theatre, with the Randolph Wabash Self-Park being the closest, located just around the corner from The Chicago Theatre and open for all performances. For parking information, please call 312.986.6863.

Private Wheelchair Accessible Transportation Companies

All-Ways Medical Carriers
Phone: 847.279.2740
Service: Accessible Van Transport

SCR Medical Transportation
Phone: 773.356.6000
Service: Accessible Van Transport

Pace Paratransit
Phone: 847.364.7223
Service: Paratransit Service