Venture to Brookfield Zoo and Rosemont Theatre—just two of the top sights around Highland Hills, a city also notable for its shopping and college vibe.
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Tour the iconic grounds and catch a game March through September at Chicago’s beloved baseball stadium.
Visit the Skydeck and gaze down over the Chicago cityscape from a dazzling 1,353 feet above the sidewalk.
Visit an African savannah, the Australian Outback and the depths of the ocean — all in a single afternoon.
Union Station is a well-known landmark worth seeing in Chicago. Amble around this vibrant area's riverfront or experience its entertainment choices.
Stroll along the waterfront of the Chicago River to pass some of the city’s most appealing attractions and appreciate how a once grim area has been successfully revamped.
Browse through over 300 stores, restaurants and specialty shops at Schaumburg’s expansive shopping mall, one of the largest in the United States.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Over the past 100 years, more than 75 movies have been filmed in Chicago.