If you are staying in Carville, why not spend a few hours taking in colorful neighborhoods like Bronzeville, Bridgeport and Central Station.
Chicago’s heart is also filled with interesting places to visit, like Willis Tower and McCormick Place. If you’re still looking for things to de in the city centre, be sure to visit Millennium Park and Hancock Tower before heading back to Carville.
Carville offers some interesting cultural attractions nearby that allow visitors to really get a feel for the area. There are many excellent places where you can spend a couple of hours including the Field Museum of Natural History and the Glessner House Museum. Treat your partner to a spectacular show at the Arie Crown Theater. There are a number of interesting galleries to visit near here. In particular, don’t miss the National Vietnam Veterans Art Museum.
Looking for things to amuse the kids? Everyone will be thoroughly entertained at the various child-friendly destinations in the area. Take photos, browse the educational displays and learn about animal biodiversity at the John G. Shedd Aquarium.
If the weather is good get into the great outdoors and enjoy the nearby green spaces. To see the native flora and fauna, set out to explore the Northerly Island Park. Pack all you need for a good time on the waterfront with the entire family and head to the Lake Meadows Park.
While vacationing in the Carville area, be sure to see the Chicago White Sox baseball team in summer at US Cellular Field. True sports obsessives also have the opportunity to smell the liniment in the lockers rooms and visit the VIP boxes of US Cellular Field by taking a behind the scenes tour.
For a real taste of Carville, consider staying close by in one of the area’s hotel or serviced apartment options. The Hyatt Regency McCormick Place, the Best Western Grant Park and the Chicago South Loop Hotel are among the many great places to stay around here.