Discover the family-friendly area of Hyde Park—a college vibe, museums, and top sights like Chicago Museum of Science and Industry.
Family-Friendly, Universities and Museums
This large, interactive museum contains a coal mine and World War II submarine among its many attractions.
Witness the simple beauty of Frank Lloyd Wright’s designs in a Chicago house that epitomizes a popular American style of architecture.
Tour the iconic grounds and catch a game March through September at Chicago’s beloved baseball stadium.
A landmark gathering place for locals and visitors who come to admire the unique art, architecture and landscape.
Attend an event at the United States’ largest convention center, which features hyper-modern facilities and huge exhibition spaces connected by promenades and sky bridges.
Visit the Skydeck and gaze down over the Chicago cityscape from a dazzling 1,353 feet above the sidewalk.
Chicago CityPASS® tickets include premium admission to Chicago’s top attractions at significant savings off the price of the same tickets purchased separately. Extra perk: CityPASS travelers skip most main-entrance ticket lines.
Equal parts boat and buildings, this river cruise gives you a from-the-water perspective of Chicago skyline and up-close views of its most iconic structures. Board an open-roofed vessel and float with the current as an architecture expert shares the fascinating history behind the Windy City's most renowned buildings.
At 360 CHICAGO, the guest experience begins at the ground floor with a museum-style exhibition celebrating Chicago’s history and nine of its culturally rich neighborhoods.
Explore Chicago's seedy underworld on this guided bus tour of its most famous gangsters and mobsters. Investigate the former haunts of legends like Al Capone, The Untouchables, and John Dillinger as you explore the sites of major crimes, violent deaths, and shocking trials on this guided excursion.
Take in the view from the sky-high heights of the Willis Tower, the second-tallest building in the United States. From the 103rd floor, look out over 4 states and the Windy City's urban sprawl, and then test your vertigo on a glass balcony to peer down at the streets and skyscrapers of Chicago beneath your feet.
Itinerary This is a typical itinerary for this product Stop At: Chicago Architecture Center, 111 E Wacker Dr, Chicago, IL 60601-3713 Beginning at the Chicago Architecture Center, this 1.5-hour tour will take you through five of Chicago's historic neighborhoods via a two-story open-top bus.
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The heart of the Midwest’s glittering metropolis has many offerings, from shopping and dining to parks, museums and exciting contemporary public art.
Shopaholics need look no further this glittering street packed with boutique and luxury shops, famous department stores and cafes.
Bordered roughly by the surrounding elevated train circuit, this Chicago neighborhood has restaurants, galleries, parks and a giant silver bean.
Spend some time visiting places like Grandparents Park while getting to know O'Hare, and be sure to check out the abundant dining options. You can hop aboard the metro at Cumberland Station or Rosemont Station to see more of the area.
Known for its fantastic nightlife, stunning river views, and popular shops, there's plenty to explore in River North. Top attractions like Merchandise Mart and Chicago Riverwalk are major draws. Catch the metro at Chicago Station (Brown Line) or Merchandise Mart Station to see more of the city.
Both a neighborhood and a park, this northern Chicago area has gorgeous scenery, residential streets lined with stately homes and extensive shopping and dining.