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Chicago

Chicago is the third largest city in America. Also known as "The Windy City", it is noted for it's world famous style of pizza, among other things. It hosts a number of world class museums, zoo and aquarium, two baseball teams, and over 15 miles of public beaches. The city has also has a great nightlife to offer.


What to Do in Chicago

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Adler Planetarium
The Adler Planetarium established in 1930 is the first Planetarium in the USA. It is located in the museum district of Chicago. The planetarium has a fascinating...
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Apollo Theater
The Apollo Theater was established 1978 by producers, Stuart Oken and Jason Brett. It is located In the center of the Lincoln Park neighborhood. It has...
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Your price: $10
Balzekas Museum
The Balzekas Museum was established in 1966. It takes care of the rich Lithuanian culture through its conservation and perpetuation. It also celebrates...
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Beverly Arts Center
The Beverly Arts Center is located in the neighborhood of Morgan Park. It is a venue of diverse disciplines and culture that offers education in fine arts....
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Brookfield Zoo
The Brookfield Zoo opened on July 1, 1934 and was previously known as the Chicago Zoological Park. The zoo covers a total area of 216 acres and situated...
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Chicago Architecture
Chicago Architecture Foundation: tours, exhibitions, programs, shop, family programs. Tweets by Jennifer....
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Chicago Bears
The Chicago Bears i a professional team of American football, which is a member of the North Division of the National Football Conference in the NFL....
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Chicago Bulls
The professional basketball team of Chicago that was established in 1966. They are playing for the NBA’s Central Division of the Eastern Conference ....
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Chicago Childrens Museum
The Chicago Museum is a place for the whole family where kids can enjoy learning while playing. Even Infants with their caregivers can have a really good...
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Your price: $28
Chicago Childrens Theatre
It’s a regional theater founded in 1961 and started out In Minneapolis, Minessota. The theater is dedicated to producing wholesome live performances for...
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Chicago Cubs
The Chicago Cubs is the Chicago, Illinois’ baseball team for the Central Division of MLB’s National League. This baseball team is known as “The Lovable...
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Chicago Cultural Center
Drawn by its beauty and the fabulous free public events, hundreds of thousands of visitors come to the Chicago Cultural Center every year, making it one...
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Chicago Dine-Around
The Chicago Dine-Around delivers an exciting dining tour with the fashionable passenger bus. The great dining adventure includes sumptuous food, great...
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Chicago Food Tours
The Chicago Food Tours is a 3 hour tasting of delectable food while walking the fascinating neighborhood of Chicago. The Chicago Food Tours was created...
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Your price: $120
Chicago History Museum
The Chicago History Museum was established in 1856 and was previously named as the Chicago Historical Society. The current building where it stands is...
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Chicago Symphony Orchestra
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra was established in 1891 and played its first concert in October of the same year. It is one of the well known “Big Five”...
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Chicago Water Tower
A resplendent venue showcasing the work of local photographers and artists, the City Gallery in the Historic Water Tower, is centrally located along the...
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Chicago White Sox
The Chicago White Sox is a Major League Baseball team that plays in the Central Division of the American League. Originally, the baseball team played their...
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Civic Opera House
The Civic Opera House is considered one of the most beautiful buildings in the word. It is filled with great history which was built in 1929. It has undergone...
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Clarence F. Buckingham Memorial Fountain
The memorial fountain was opened to the public in 1927 in memory of Clarence Bukingham. It is one of the great historic landmarks in Chicago located at...
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Clarke House Museum
Built in 1836 for Henry B. Clarke, the Clarke House Museum is Chicagos oldest house. The house shows what life was like for a family in Chicago during...
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Your price: $38
Court Theatre
It’s located along the neighborhood of Hyde Park. A professional theater associated with the University of Chicago. The Court Theatre is attended by 35,000...
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DCM Naperville
The DuPage Children’s Museum was established in 1987 by early childhood educators, Louise Beem and Dorothy Carpenter. The museum was built for the purpose...
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DuSable Museum of African American History
The DuSable Museum of African American History was established in 1961 by Dr. Margaret Taylor Burroughs, her husband, Gerald Lew and other significant...
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Evanston SPACE
Evanston SPACE is an entertainment venue for literary events, live music and visual arts. It was publicly opened in the spring of 2008. The music room...
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Your price: $136
Field Museum
The Field Museum was incorporated on September 1893 to exhibit interesting artifacts about history science, archaeology and art illustration. The museum...
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Fine Arts Building
The Fine Arts Building was built and completed in 1885 by Solon Spencer Beman. It is located across the Grant Park along the historic Michigan Boulevard...
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Garfield Park Conservatory
Garfield Park Conservatory is considered the most prestigious and one of the largest conservatories in the USA. The conservatory is also known as the “landscape...
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Glessner House Museum

The Glessner House Museum provides a showcase of the architecture of Henry Hobson Richardson and the historic home of John and Frances Glessner. The...

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Your price: $20
Graceland Cemetery
The Graceland Cemetery founded in 1860 is a huge cemetery that can be found in the northern part of the Uptown Community. Its entrance is at the crossroad...
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Harold Washington Library
Opened in 1873, Chicago Public Library has locations in every Chicago neighborhood and offers services and products to those of all ages - for FREE....
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Hyde Park Art Center
The Hyde Park Art Center was established in 1939 and the oldest alternative exhibit venue in Chicago that operates as a visual arts organization. It was...
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Intuit Center
The Intuit Center was founded in 1991. It is a nonprofit organization devoted solely to promoting outsider and self-taught art by presenting it through...
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Your price: $1970
James R. Thompson Center
The James R. Thompson Center brings great shopping experience in an elegantly designed building. It was built and completed in May 1985 and previously...
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Jane Addams Hull-House Museum
The Jane Addams Hull House Museum was established in 1889 as a social settlement. It is a memorial to the great legacy of social reformer Jane Addams....
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John G. Shedd Aquarium
It is a public aquarium housed indoors that opened on May 1930. Its 5 million gallons of aquarium water have more than 25,000 fishes. The John G. Shedd...
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John Hancock Observatory
It’s located on the 94th floor of the John Hancock Center which was built in 1969 and has a height of 344m, making it the third tallest building in Chicago....
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Kohl Childrens Museum
The Kohl Children’s Museum is a great venue for fun and learning for kids ages 8 and below. The museum is an environment that brings interactive exhibits...
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Your price: $19
Legoland Discovery Centre
The Legoland Discovery Centre is an entertainment venue for the whole family managed by the Merlin Entertainments and a subsidiary of the Blackstone Group....
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Lincoln Park Conservatory
The Lincoln Park Conservatory is a botanical garden and conservatory that covers a total area of 1.ha/ 3 acres. Its Victorian architecture was designed...
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Lincoln Park Zoo
The Lincoln Park Zoo is considered one of the oldest zoo in the nation which was established in 1868. The zoo was given accreditation by the Association...
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Marquette Building
The Marquette Building was built and completed in 1895 by George A. Fuller company. Its architecture was designed by Holabird and Roche. In the past, it’s...
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Millennium Park
Its construction was planned October 1997 and the construction started October 1998. It was July 2004 when it was ceremonially opened to the public. The...
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Money Museum
The Money Museum offers guided tours that lasts for approximately 45 minutes. It also provides a kiosk for free, that takes your picture in front of a...
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Morton Arboretum
The Morton Arboretum is a garden of different plants and trees lying in an area of 1,700 acres. It has more than 186,000 identified plants. The global...
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Museum of Contemporary Art
Its location is in the Cook County in downtown Chicago, near the Water Tower Place. It is one of the biggest contemporary art museum in the world which...
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Your price: $38
Museum of Science & Industry
The Museum of Science & Industry is located in the neighborhood of Hyde Park between The University of Chicago and Lake Michigan. It now stands in the...
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National Veterans Art Museum - NVAM
It was established in 1981 as a traveling exhibition and was formerly known as National Vietnam Veterans Art Museum. Now, it has a permanent home in Milwaukee...
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Navy Pier
The Navy Pier was constructed in 1916 at a total cost of $4.5 Million. It is 3,300 feet long located in the neighborhood of Streeterville of the Near North...
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Ping Tom Memorial Park
The Ping Tom Memorial Park is a public urban park situated in Chicago’s Chinatown and covers a total area of 17.24 acres. The Public urban park is managed...
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Printworks Gallery
The Printworks Gallery was founded in 1980. The gallery is a showcase of wonderful works on paper that includes artist books, photography, drawings and...
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Shoreline Sightseeing
It has been the favorite sightseeing tour since its establishment in 1939. It’s a family business that has been operating for 3 generations now. The Shoreline...
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Skydeck Chicago
You can find the Skydeck on the 103rd floor of the Willis tower, which is the tallest building in the USA and the 7th in the entire world. The Skydeck...
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Smith Museum
The Smith Museum of Stained Glass Windows opened on February 2000 as the first museum in the USA devoted only to the art of stained glass windows. It showcases...
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Swedish Museum
The Swedish American Museum is an institution dedicated to the history, preservation, and awareness of Swedish immigration and culture in the U.S. and...
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Swedish Museum
The museum was established in 1976 by Kurt Mathisson. The museum operates as a nonprofit organization. The museum lies in a 24,000 square foot area with...
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Tall Ship Windy
The Tall Ship Windy provides sailing trips with the finest of Chicago’s cruising sailboats. They have the knowledge of the Chicago lakefront and cityscape...
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The Art Institute of Chicago
The Art Institute of Chicago lies in a million square foot area in Grant Park, making it the second largest art museum in the USA. Its permanent collection...
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Your price: $80
The Chicago Theatre
The Chicago Theatre is the leading entertainment venue of the Balaban and Katz group of theaters. And that’s the reason why it was formerly known as the...
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The Dearborn Station
The Dearborn Station was opened in 1885. Its architecture is Romanesque Revival structure designed by the brilliant architect, Cyrus L. W. Eidlitz. It...
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The National Museum of Mexican Art
The National Museum Of Mexican Art was established by Carlos Torrolero in 1982. Its present building in the Harrison Park opened in March 1987. The museum...
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The Oriental Institute Museum
The Oriental Institute Museum is famed worldwide for its fascinating exhibit of the archaeology, history and art of the Ancient Near East. The museum has...
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The Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum
It was established in 1857 as the first museum devoted to science and nature. The museum is a great resource of the natural history of Chicago and Child...
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The Rookery
The Rookery building was delegated as a historic Chicago Landmark on July 1972 and became a National Historic Landmark on May 1975. It was built and completed...
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Three Brothers Theatre
A brand spanking new theatre company in Chicago focused on three words: brave, brash, bare. brave artists, brash words, bare performance. Started in Iowa...
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Willis Tower
The Willis Tower was formerly known as the Sears Tower. It is a 108 story skyscraper with a height of 1,451 feet. It’s the tallest building in the USA...
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Wright in Chicago
Frank Lloyd’s Home and Studio in Oak park is considered the origin of the architecture of American residence. The home and the studio is considered a historic...
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