Just a couple of miles from the McCormick Square, is museum campus, which is a 57-acre lake front park featuring some of Chicago's most notable attractions, museums and breathtaking city views.
- Shedd Aquarium - An indoor public aquarium, the John G. Shedd Aquarium features 25,000 marina animals and 1,500 different species.
- Field Museum of Natural History - From Dinosaurs to DNA, this Chicago favorite houses amazing natural history and scientific exhibits.
- Adler Planetarium - Experience immersive sky shows and live views of the nighttime sky in one of the world’s most technologically advanced theaters, which also happens to be America’s first planetarium.
- Museum of Science & Industry – Be inspired by the one of the largest science museums in the world, creating learning experiences for visitors in science, technology, medicine, and engineering.
Home of the famous Cloudgate, also known as “The Bean,” Jay Pritzker Pavilion, Lurie Garden, and more, this park is a must-visit. Experience dozens of cultural events, activities, concerts, and tours.
Spend a day exploring Navy Pier, with 50 acres of attractions and experiences for all ages. Take in the view along the 3,000-foot pier, ride the famous Ferris Wheel, and try local eats in one of the many restaurants located on-site.
Willis Tower Skydeck
Ascend this 103-story observatory for exceptional views, with sights of Michigan, Wisconsin, and Indiana visible on clear days. Visit the interactive exhibits to learn about Chicago's dreamers, schemers, musicians, and sports greats.
The oldest NFL stadium dating to 1971, this iconic football field that is home to the Chicago Bears could be hosting an NFL Playoff Game!