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Millennium ​Park​
Millennium ​Park​

In Millennium Park, you’ll find a new kind of town square – a lively, spectacular gathering spot located in the heart of the city and a destination for Chicagoans and visitors alike.

Art Institute of ​Chicago​
Art Institute of ​Chicago​

The Art Institute of Chicago, founded in 1879 and located in Chicago's Grant Park, is one of the oldest and largest art museums in the United States. Recognized for its curatorial efforts and popularity among visitors, the museum hosts approximately 1.5 million guests annually.

Wrigley Field​
Wrigley Field​

Wrigley Field Wrigley Field, which was built in 1914, will be playing host to Major League Baseball for the 104th season in 2018 - and to the Cubs for the 102nd year. Find out all about the Friendly Confines and its history of memorable events.

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Lincoln Park ​Zoo​
Lincoln Park ​Zoo​

About Lincoln Park Zoo Established in 1868, this 35-acre, beautifully landscaped zoo is one of America's last free-admission zoos. The Great Ape House has one of the best assemblages of gorillas and chimpanzees in the world.

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Bloomingdale ​Line​
Bloomingdale ​Line​

The Bloomingdale Line was a 2.7-mile (4.3 km) elevated railroad running east-west on the northwest side of Chicago. In 2015, the City of Chicago converted it into an elevated greenway called The Bloomingdale Trail, which forms the backbone of the larger parks and trail network called The 606.

The Second ​City Theater Chicago​
The Second ​City Theater Chicago​

Click here to buy The Second City Mainstage Theater Show tickets. See current Mainstage Theater shows in Chicago with weekly and monthly show schedules.

Field Museum ​of Natural History​
Field Museum ​of Natural History​

Exhibitions. The Field Museum is home to many exciting permanent exhibitions including SUE the T. rex, Inside Ancient Egypt, Evolving Planet and the Lions of Tsavo. Special exhibitions are hosted at the Museum for a limited time only, so be sure to catch them while they're here. All ticketed exhibitions require the purchase of an All-Access Pass.

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Chicago ​Riverwalk​
Chicago ​Riverwalk​

Chicago Riverwalk - Dining, entertainment, tours, play, explore along the Riverwalk.

Shedd ​Aquarium​
Shedd ​Aquarium​

Shedd Aquarium, a not-for-profit, tax-exempt organization, gratefully acknowledges the sustaining contributions of the people of Chicago, State of Illinois and Chicago Park District. Shedd is an accredited member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, a Smithsonian Affiliate, and Humane Conservation Certified by American Humane.

Museum of ​Science and Industry​
Museum of ​Science and Industry​

Welcome to the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago—the largest science center in the Western Hemisphere.

Adler ​Planetarium​
Adler ​Planetarium​

Chicago's Adler Planetarium is America's first planetarium and a premiere resource for inspiring the next generation of space explorers. Chicago's Adler Planetarium is America's first planetarium and a premiere resource for inspiring the next generation of space explorers.

360 ​CHICAGO​
360 ​CHICAGO​

360 CHICAGO observation deck, located 1000 feet above the famed Magnificent Mile in the iconic John Hancock Building, offers breathtaking 360 degrees views of the city skyline and Lake Michigan. 360 Chicago observation deck is also home of TILT – Chicago’s highest thrill ride – an enclosed moving platform that literally tilts you out over Michigan Avenue from the 94th Floor.

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Navy Pier​
Navy Pier​

Navy Pier, a not-for-profit landmark Originally completed in 1916 as part of Daniel Burnham's plan for Chicago, Navy Pier is an iconic city landmark inspiring discovery and wonder. Since its reopening in 1995, more than 180 million visitors have come to enjoy the Pier's 50 acres of unparalleled attractions and experiences.

source: navypier.org
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