Discount “Hamilton: The Exhibition” tickets
If you were thinking about attending the exhibit it is closing August 25 so you may want to purchase now.
When: April 26-Aug 25
Sept 6, 2019. M-Tues 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM (last entry at 4:00 pm); Wed. 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM (last entry at 4:00 pm), Thurs-Sat 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM (last entry at 6:00 pm); Sun 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM (last entry at 4:00 pm)
Where: Northerly Island, 1535 S. Linn White Drive. There are red trolley shuttles to the exhibit. Pick them up at the Soldier Field/Field Museum CTA bus stop on the south side of McFetridge Drive. This is where you should get off the CTA 146 bus. You can also walk over to that stop if you park at Soldier Field. Look for the tent and sign at the stop. See map below.
All the tickets are regularly priced through Ticketmaster are $39.50 adult/$25 children plus a $4.50 per ticket fee. I suspect Mr. Lin Manuel Miranda had something to do with those unbelievably low Ticketmaster fees.
Goldstar is offering tickets for
$29 plus $4.75 $20 plus $5.25 fee for select times and dates – usually weekday afternoons.
Here’s the official description:
Alexander Hamilton’s remarkable story has inspired millions of Americans. Now you can see it through his eyes in this 360-degree immersive exhibition inspired by the revolutionary Broadway musical. Featuring an audio tour narrated by the musical’s author, Lin-Manuel Miranda, “Hamilton: The Exhibition” takes visitors deeper into the life and times of one of our nation’s Founding Fathers, while at the same time chronicling the American Revolution and the creation of the United States of America.
Through a dynamic and interactive mix of lighting, sound, multimedia, music and historical artifacts, you’ll experience how it felt to write the way Hamilton wrote, fight the way Hamilton fought, and live the way Hamilton lived. “Hamilton: The Exhibition” gives new insight into Hamilton’s life and the founding of America, ultimately leaving us to ask the question: How can we leave our own legacies for future Americans? Don’t miss the exhibition’s launch this spring at Chicago’s Northerly Island.