Popular places to visit in Hyde Park
This large, interactive museum contains a coal mine and World War II submarine among its many attractions.
Take a campus tour or just explore the area around University of Chicago, a top university in Chicago. Stroll along the lakeside or experience the acclaimed theater scene in this vibrant area.
Witness the simple beauty of Frank Lloyd Wright’s designs in a Chicago house that epitomizes a popular American style of architecture.
Explore the great outdoors at Osaka Garden, a lovely green space in Chicago. Wander the lakeside and college campus in this vibrant area.
Explore the great outdoors at Lakefront Trail, a lovely green space in Chicago. Wander the lakeside and beautiful beaches in the area.
A Ferris wheel, shopping, restaurants and more can be found in this waterfront entertainment district.
Top things to do in Hyde Park
Chicago CityPASS: Admission to Top 5 Chicago Attractions
360 CHICAGO Observation Deck (Hancock Center)
Go Chicago Explorer Pass: Choose 3, 4 or 5 Top Attractions
Chicago Mob Tour: Criminals & Gangsters Bus Tour
The Field Museum
Frank Lloyd Wright Robie House Admission
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