Smith Museum of Stained Glass Windows at Navy Pier

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The Smith Museum, the first museum dedicated solely to stained glass windows, features 150 secular and religious, along the lower level terraces of Festival Hall in Navy Pier. Designed by local, national and European studios, most of the windows were originally installed in Chicago area residential, commercial and religious buildings. The windows were designed by artists such as Louis Comfort Tiffany and John LaFarge, as well as Chicago artists Ed Paschke and Roger Brown. The museum also includes stained glass portraits of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and Michael Jordan and a window created from soda pop bottles.