With a renovated 80,000 square feet of space, the Architectural Artifacts collection of treasures holds what seems to be an infinite amount of global finds. The assortment of goods includes everything from French Deco etched glass panels to glass candy store displays and even funkadelic items like a $1,850 African zebra-skin drum (or is it a table?). Located along the Ravenswood Corridor, the collection includes a store that feels like the grandest estate sale you've ever seen. Even if you're not in the market to buy anything, spending an hour or three wandering the aisles marveling at the pieces owner Stuart Grannen found on his world wandering excursions. Grannen has also assembled the15,000-square-foot Museum of Historic Chicago Architecture in Architectural Artifacts' towering 50-foot-tall atrium where pieces from Chicago landmarks constructed by famed architects like Louis Sullivan, Frank Lloyd Wright and William Purcell stand for all to see. Best part? Admission to the museum is free to anyone interested in getting a glimpse into Chicago's past through these stunning pieces.