Bronzeville, Bridgeport and Central Station, are other places in the area which are also worth exploring.
Spend some time in the heart of Chicago. Visit Willis Tower and McCormick Place. If you’re still looking for things to do, it’s worth investigating Millennium Park and Hancock Tower before heading back to Ducktown.
To better understand Chicago, visit one of its museums and theaters. Spend a while discovering the exhibits at the Glessner House Museum, the Museum of Holography and the Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum. For a great night out, head to the Arie Crown Theater, one of the region’s premier performing arts venues. Often talked about art galleries, include the National Vietnam Veterans Art Museum.
If you are into nature, visit some of the nearby green spaces. These are great places to breathe deeply and relax. Get a taste of the area’s wildlife with a drive to a nearby lake such as the Lake Meadows Park.
If you are ready to splash some cash, visit the Maxwell Street Market.
Watch the Chicago White Sox go into battle by booking tickets for a home game at the iconic US Cellular Field. When there is no game scheduled, sports enthusiasts can still head to the stadium to catch a behind the scenes tour.
To make sure you get the most out of this fascinating part of the world, think about booking a room at 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 just three of the best places to stay while you are enjoying this special area.