Atrium at the United Center





The United Center Atrium is a hub for locals and guests from around the world to gather and celebrate the home teams and the Near West Side. Housing the Michael Jordan Statue, Box Office, Madhouse Team Store, Mad West and more, the atrium is a must-see!

UPDATE: The United Center Atrium is now open to the public.

Hours of Operation:

Monday - Friday: 8 AM - 6 PM
Saturday and Sunday: 10 AM - 6 PM



Due to current health precautions, the Madhouse Team Store is closed to the public.

This 10,000 square foot retail space is co-branded with both Bulls and Blackhawks gear, as well as an exclusive new line of Madhouse apparel!

Equipped with interactive technology, guests can snap a photo in the photobooth, make play-by-play calls from some of the most famous moments in both teams' history and even design their own jersey or hat!





Due to current health precautions, Mad West and Atrium Bar is closed to the public.

HUNGRY? TIRED? THIRSTY? Mad West has your back. The Mad West menu offers Dark Matter Coffee selections, beer and unique food options curated to reflect street food culture. Inspired by elements of Chicago's Near West Side, Mad West is designed with exposed brick and street art creating a casual, creative vibe for fans and visitors alike.

For full menu, please click here.

Heading to the United Center early? Stop by the Atrium Bar for a drink!



Queenie's Supper Club

Due to current health precautions, Queenie's Supper Club is closed to the public.

Queenie's Supper Club is an ideal pre-concert dinner choice. New to the United Center this year, Queenie's draws inspiration from our Wisconsin neighbors and features a modern interpretation of a classic Midwestern supper club. Historically recognized as a place for friends and families to gather for supper and entertainment, the concept is a natural fit for the United Center, which hosts all generations of fans.

For full menu, hours of operation and reservations, please visit




The Michael Jordan Statue is now accessible to the public during atrium hours of operation.
Looking for a memorable photo opp? Check out the Michael Jordan statue located in the atrium.
The statue, unveiled before a national television audience by Larry King, Jerry Reinsdorf and Michael Jordan himself in a November 1, 1994 ceremony at which the famous No. 23 was retired, sits on a 5-foot high black granite base inscribed with Jordan's basketball achievements, and the words, "The best there ever was. The best there ever will be."
The statue itself measures 12 feet tall (17 feet from top to bottom) and weighs 2,000 pounds. The statue was cast in bronze using the "lost wax" method at Art Casting of Illinois, a foundry in Oregon, Illinois.
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