The Daley Center in downtown Chicago is a civic center near several CTA stations that houses the Circuit Court of Cook County and a law library. The plaza outside the building contains a Picasso sculpture and has regular events open to the public including a farmers market.

Things to Know

  • The closest CTA station to the Daley Center is Washington on the blue line, which is next to the plaza, but it is not handicap accessible.
  • Walking time is under five minutes from all nearby stations

CTA Directions

Take a blue line train to the Washington Station if you are able to walk up and down stairs. Look for the Daley Center signs at the Randolph/Washington station exit.

For a handicap-accessible station, take any rail line except red to the Clark/Lake Station. Walking time is three minutes to the Daley Center (view map).

From the red line, exit at the Lake Station and leave the train platform via Randolph/Washington. After exiting the fare gate, look for signs to the Pedway, which is an underground walkway that goes to the Washington Station and the Daley Center. If you are unable to use stairs, go to street level instead (view map).

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