Located right on Lake Michigan, Chicago offers a wide variety of things to do. Whether you are interested in architecture and history, great food and shopping, Chicago is sure to leave you with a lasting impression.
The Navy Pier on Lake Michigan offers everything from rides and entertainment to good food and shopping.
Chicago truly is a baseball town. While you’re here, be sure to check out one of the most historic and well known baseball parks in the US. Just standing outside of Wrigley field will make you feel closer to America’s past time than ever before.
The Willis Tower, the tallest building in the United States at 1,450, offers panoramic views of Chicago on the Skydeck.
Just minutes north of Downtown Chicago, this lakefront-area city zoo transports you all over the world as you stroll its lush park. Best of all, it’s free!
Named after Marshall Field, this museum houses Sue, the largest and most complete T-Rex ever discovered. Enjoy the other amazing artifacts and exhibits offered by the field museum as you weave your way through world history.
Boat cruises offer visitors to the Windy City the chance to cruise down Lake Michigan and take in the beautiful architecture and history the city offers.
With unique restaurants, shopping and revolutionary architecture, the magnificent mile has become a premier destination for locals and tourists alike.
Completed in 2004 and located near Grant Park in the city’s famed “Loop,” this public park features Cloud Gate, an interactive bean-shaped sculpture, and Crown Fountain, a 50-foot glass block tower of flowing water that projects images of 1,000 Chicagoans.
Gino’s East will give you a taste of the original deep dish pizza. Opened by two taxi drivers in 1966, Gino’s offers the authentic pizza that Chicago is known for.
Founded in 1879 and located at Adams Street and Michigan Avenue, this highly regarded museum houses one of the world’s most notable collection of impressionist and post-impressionist art as well as the works of Old Masters, American and decorative art.