The Chicago Cultural Center is home to the world's largest Tiffany stained-glass dome and was designed to impress with beauty and sophistication. The building was completed in 1897 and opened its doors as Chicago's first central public library. In 1991 it became what it is today, a cultural center for the city of Chicago and the backdrop for many elegant events, including weddings. The original details and intricate mosaics are even more impressive today and offer endless possibilities for photo ops inside if you find yourself with less than ideal weather conditions outside. A Chicago Cultural Center wedding is ideal for any season and sure to leave a lasting impression on your guests!