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Downtown / The Loop
11 reviews
Come for the sterling collection of Impressionists (an entire room is dedicated to Monet) and Old Masters; linger over the extraordinary and comprehensive photography collection. — Fodor's
9
Downtown / The Loop
10 reviews
"The Bean," the fountains, the Disney-esque music pavilion—all the pieces of this new park quickly stole the hearts of Chicagoans and visitors alike. — Fodor's
9
9 reviews
A visit here provides a unique look into the architect's developing ideas over time as he continually remodeled the house. — Fodor's
9
Hyde Park
8 reviews
Its status as the largest science center in the Western hemisphere is impressive. — Travel + Leisure
9
Streeterville
11 reviews
The Museum of Contemporary Art houses one of the largest collections of contemporary works in the nation and frequently hosts major touring exhibits. — Time Out
9
South Loop
8 reviews
The world's largest indoor aquarium. It houses some 8,000 aquatic animals comprising 650 species from around the globe. — Michelin Guide
9
Downtown / The Loop
9 reviews
This Buddhist organization hosts peace conferences every month that are open to the public — Time Out
9
South Loop
9 reviews
Depression era wonder that thrilled millions at 1933 Century of Progress Exposition. — Not For Tourists
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7 reviews
Set on 216 acres, Brookfield is home to nearly 6,000 animals, including 3,000 invertebrates, representing 436 species. — Time Out
9
South Loop
9 reviews
The Chicago Brewseum presents its first exhibition at the Field Museum, exploring the long history of beer in Chicago. — Time Out
9
6 reviews
The lacy, opalescent dome of the Baha'i temple will startle you as you cross from Evanston to Wilmette on Sheridan Road. — Michelin Guide
9
Streeterville
6 reviews
The Children’s Museum is the main reason to visit Navy Pier...it also happens to be the second-most visited kids’ museum in the country. — Frommer's
9
Downtown / The Loop
8 reviews
Until recently the tallest building in the US, with a cool skydeck. — Not For Tourists
8
Hyde Park
8 reviews
For architectural history buffs, Robie House is a must-see. — Frommer's
8
Magnificent Mile
7 reviews
Formerly known as the John Hancock Observatory, 360 Chicago offers dining, sights and an interactive tour far above the city streets. — Time Out
8
Hyde Park
5 reviews
Founded in 1974 on the campus of the University of Chicago, this museum’s collection includes some 10,000 objects, ranging from Chinese Neolithic ceramics to contemporary American paintings — Where
8
6 reviews
With 26 garden areas, more than a million individual plants of 7,000 different varieties and a host of bird life, the 385-acre preserve makes a lovely stop at any time of year. — Michelin Guide
8
Lincoln Park
7 reviews
Seeking to bring Chicago's often complicated history to life, this museum has several strong permanent exhibits. — Fodor's
8
Lincoln Park
7 reviews
For science buffs, this Lincoln Park museum is paradise. — Travel + Leisure
8
South Loop
5 reviews
Completed in 1887, the L-shape mansion's stone construction and short towers are characteristic of the Richardsonian Romanesque style. — Fodor's
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