As we approached State and Randolph Street, I could see one of the Great Clocks that adorn each corner of the historic Marshal Fields building that now houses Macy's department store. On the opposite corner of the building on State and Washington street is an identical clock.
This iconic clock has kept people in Chicago on time for over one hundred years.
The clock weighs over seven tons and has ornamental ironworks that are just gorgeous.
This years window theme is The Magic of Christmas, this was the same theme as the Christmas windows from 2012, with a few windows being refreshed. I did a post about the Macy's windows last year, you can read the post here.
Here, are few photos of the windows that have been refreshed for the Christmas windows for 2013.
This window features the Frango Mint factory.
This window shows children looking up at the Tiffany ceiling.
The Magic of Christmas at State Street Through the Years
show four different trees that have adorned the Walnut Room.
I have been going to Chicago and viewing Marshal Fields now Macy's windows since I was a child. My father would take me on the North Shore train, no longer in existence, and we would look at the window display, visit Santa and have my picture taken.
Stop by tomorrow to see the Great Tree, the Tiffany ceiling, and what we ate at the Walnut Room.
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