Places you should visit atleast once in Chicago
Often referred to as "Chicago's front yard," Grant Park is a 313-acre swath of green space that starts at the eastern..
Grant Park and Buckingham Fountain
A first-time visit to Chicago isn't complete without a stop at Millennium Park
If you can feel your credit card burning a hole through your wallet, make your way to The Magnificent Mile
The Magnificent Mile
Extending out onto Lake Michigan, Navy Pier offers plenty in the way of family-friendly entertainment
Located 2 miles north of the Loop in the North Side neighborhood of Lincoln Park, the Lincoln Park Zoo is home to nearly..
Lincoln Park Zoo
A visit to 360 CHICAGO or Skydeck Chicago will give you a good overview of the city's layout
Chicago Architecture River Cruise
Chicago's extensive Museum of Science and Industry pays tribute to the city's innovative roots, showcasing more than..
Museum of Science and Industry
Home to one of the country's most impressive collections of impressionist and post-impressionist art (plus works from numerous other genres), the..
Art Institute of Chicago
When the weather warms up in Chicago, there are few better places to enjoy the outdoors than the Chicago Riverwalk
The Chicago Riverwalk
This extensive natural history museum occupies half an acre of Grant Park's Museum Campus and houses extensive exhibits that showcase artifacts from..
The Field Museum
One of Chicago's most notable attractions is its skyline, and one of the best places to experience it is at the 360..
360 CHICAGO Observation Deck
Aside from Cloud Gate and Buckingham Fountain, The Chicago Theatre's red and yellow marquee is perhaps one of the city's most recognizable landmarks
The Chicago Theatre
Maggie Daley Park is an expansive property located just east of Millennium Park in downtown Chicago
Maggie Daley Park
Shedd Aquarium is one of the world's largest indoor aquariums, housing around 32,000 creatures
Any fan of "Saturday Night Live" knows that Chicagoans take their love of sports very seriously
The first planetarium in the United States, the Adler offers unrivaled insights into our solar system
Nearly 2 million people make their way to Willis Tower's Skydeck Chicago each year, and it's easy to see why
If you've seen a sketch comedy show or hilarious movie in the last 40 years, it's likely that someone from The Second City appeared in it
The Second City
One of the biggest botanical conservatories in the United States, the Garfield Park Conservatory houses thousands of..
Garfield Park Conservatory
Located in Lincoln Park directly on Lake Michigan, North Avenue Beach is one of the most popular swimming spots in Chicago
North Avenue Beach
Founded in 1890 by John D
University of Chicago
The "People’s Palace," a popular destination occupying a full city block in the downtown Loop neighborhood, is a stunning architectural marvel as..
Chicago Cultural Center
Occupying a restored mansion built in 1883, the Richard H
The Richard H. Driehaus Museum