I adventured to a peaceful, beautiful, and free Roman Cathedral in River North, Chicago.
A few days ago, I was (of course) feeling bored in Chicago and needed to find something to do. I opened up the boredinchicago.com website and used its recommendation generator, which suggested the Holy Name Cathedral in River North. I've never been here before and have heard great things, so I decided to head that way and check it out.
Quick info for the Holy Name Cathedral What is it? A stunning church How much does it cost? It's free to enter Where is it? River North What should I do there? Walk around the outside and look at the architecture. Head inside and admire the stained glass, the organ, and the ceiling.
The Holy Name Cathedral is a free and gorgeous church in River North. Once I got there, I immediately headed inside to look around. There were a few people who were worshiping, so I made sure to be quiet (you should definitely do the same). I took some picture of the stained glass rose window and the glass windows along the side. Then, I stared up at the ceiling which has a cool symbol and artful buttresses. I also checked out the organ which is massive!
Once done walking around, I took a seat in one of the pews, relaxed for a few minutes, and then left to go find more things to do! Definitely recommend checking this place out.
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