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Macy's Holiday Windows on State Street: A Chicago Tradition

Macy's Holiday Windows on State Street: A Chicago Tradition
The 2015 Holiday Windows on State Street were unveiled at 9 a.m. on Saturday, November 8th 2015. This Chicago Tradition has been an annual event since since 1897. It all started with the former Marshall Fields and Company flagship Building location on State Street in The Loop of downtown Chicago. It was officially renamed Macy’s on State Street on September 9, 2006. Founded  in 1852, Marshall... Read more »

Christmas Holiday Windows on State Street: A Chicago Tradition

Locate on the 7th floor of  Macy's on State Street, The Walnut Room Christmas Tree.The Walnut Room is 17,000 square feet and seats approximately 600 guests at one time.
Christmas Holiday window displays on State Street have been a Chicago tradition since the early 1870’s. It started with the former Marshall Fields and Company flagship Building location on State Street in The Loop of downtown Chicago. It was officially renamed Macy’s on State Street on September 9, 2006. This tradition traces back to the early days of Marshall Field’s. Founded in 1852... Read more »