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Downtown / The Loop
11 reviews
A world-class museum, the Art Institute boasts one of the nation’s largest permanent collections of Impressionist paintings and an extensive display of Asian art — Where
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Downtown / The Loop
10 reviews
It’s a winning combination of beautiful landscaping, elegant architecture... and public entertainment spaces, including an ice rink and theater. — Frommer's
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Streeterville
11 reviews
One of the nation’s largest contemporary art museums, the MCA presents exhibits of painting, sculpture, photography, video and film, and performance created since 1945 — Where
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Hyde Park
8 reviews
Spread across roughly 14 acres, Chicago's Museum of Science & Industry is one of the world’s largest museums, with more than 35,000 artifacts displayed in 2,000-plus interactive exhibits. — Travel + Leisure
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South Loop
8 reviews
Encased in a handsome marble octagon overlooking the Lake, the Shedd is the world's largest indoor aquarium. — Concierge
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South Loop
9 reviews
Is it any wonder that Steven Spielberg thought the Field Museum of Natural History was a suitable home turf for the intrepid archaeologist and adventurer hero of his Indiana Jones movies? — Frommer's
9
Downtown / The Loop
8 reviews
All children wish they could fly like Peter Pan. At the Willis Tower Skydeck, this dream can be realized. Step out on the ledge, a staggering 103 floors and 1,353 feet high. — Travel + Leisure
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Downtown / The Loop
9 reviews
The Chicago Cultural Center was built in 1897 as the city's public library, and in 1991, it was transformed into a showplace for visual and performing arts. — Frommer's
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9 reviews
The home began as a simple shingled cottage that the 22-year-old Wright built for his bride in 1889, but it became a living laboratory for his revolutionary reinvention of interior spaces. — Frommer's
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South Loop
9 reviews
Tells amazing stories of space exploration through high-tech exhibits and immersive theater experiences... interactive elements and real space artifacts. — Fodor's
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Magnificent Mile
7 reviews
With views of the city from the top of the John Hancock Center, the observatory is 1,000 feet up in the air and features Tilt, a viewing platform that leans visitors over the edge of the building. — Travel + Leisure
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Hyde Park
8 reviews
For architectural history buffs, Robie House is a must-see. — Frommer's
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7 reviews
Spend the day among more than 2,000 animals at this gigantic zoo. — Fodor's
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Wrigleyville
9 reviews
It totally hit the spot. Hot Dog. Beer. Cubs Game. Wrigley Field. It really doesn't get any more American or better than that. I was so happy. — Afar Magazine
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West Side
7 reviews
Located in Chicago’s Pilsen neighborhood, this is the nation’s largest (and the Midwest’s only) Mexican cultural center — Where
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Streeterville
6 reviews
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6 reviews
This is one of only seven Bahai temples on earth and just one in the Western Hemisphere, built for the more than five million people worldwide who practice the ecumenical religion...Bahai Faith. — Travel + Leisure
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Lincoln Park
7 reviews
Chicago is bursting at the seams with fantastic restaurants, hole-in-the-wall pubs and bars, world-class stadiums, art galleries, and everything else you'd expect in an Alpha World City. — Afar Magazine
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Streeterville
8 reviews
Built during World War I, this 3,000-foot-long pier served as a Navy training center for pilots during World War II. — Frommer's
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Lincoln Park
7 reviews
This museum at the southwestern tip of Lincoln Park is one of the city's oldest cultural institutions (founded in 1856), but it's reinvented itself for the 21st century. — Frommer's
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