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Millennium Park

Millennium Park

4.6/5551 Reviews
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City Park
Sun - Sat 6:00 AM - 11:00 PM (Local time)
Millennium Park is a large public park in Chicago, Illinois. It is the most famous section of Grant Park, and is home to most of the park’s attraction highlights, namely the Cloud Gate sculpture. The park is one of the largest green roofs in the world, as it was built on top of parking garages and a railroad yard. Chicagoans take great pride in the park, and no expense is spared in keeping it clean and trim.
Willis Tower

Willis Tower

4.5/5488 Reviews
Observation Deck
Sun - Sat 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM (Local time)
Hate waiting for elevators? You might want to consider finding yourself a job inside the former headquarters of Sears, Roebuck, and Company; it has 103 of them so, chances are, there will always be one waiting for you. The skyscraper, formerly known as the Sears Tower (a name which is still commonly used), is actually nine square buildings bundled together; an engineering strategy to help the 110 storey structure resist Chicago’s infamously high winds. When it finished construction in 1974, it was the world’s tallest building at 1,451 feet. The 110 storey building lost that title to the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in 1998. The Skydeck, on the 103rd floor, allows visitors the best view of the city and provides an interactive experience. Those with a strong constitution can even step out into one of several glass boxes that hang over the building’s ledge.
Art Institute of Chicago

Art Institute of Chicago

4.7/5392 Reviews
Museum
Open from 1/1-12/31,Mon-Tue,Sat-Sun,10:30am-5:00pm;Open from 1/1-12/31,Wed-Fri,10:30am-8:00pm (Local time)
The Art Institute of Chicago is an art museum in Chicago’s Grant Park. It is most famous for its Impressionist and Post-Impressionist collections. Some of the more notable works include Monet’s Haystacks, Toulouse-Lautrec’s Moulin Rouge and Hopper’s Nighthawks.
Historic Rt 66 Begin Sign

Historic Rt 66 Begin Sign

4.5/565 Reviews
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Open all day (Local time)
The starting point for Route 66 is a brown sign that says "Route 66 Begin", which stands at the beginning of Route 66. Route 66 is the mother's road to the United States. It runs through the East and was once a dynamic artery in this country. Its destination is in Santa Monica, California on the West Coast, and the starting point is in Chicago.
Navy Pier

Navy Pier

4.5/5334 Reviews
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Boat Tour
Sun - Thu 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM, Fri - Sat 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM (Local time)
It takes approximately seven minutes to spin around the 150-foot-high Ferris wheel at Chicago’s Navy Pier. The attraction was modeled after the world’s very first Ferris wheel, built for the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago. Spectacular views can be had at its apex, enjoyed by up to six passengers per gondola.
Cloud Gate

Cloud Gate

4.6/5280 Reviews
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Statue/Sculpture
Open all day (Local time)
The Cloud Gate is also known as The Bean because it looks like a bean. It is located in Chicago"s Millennium Park. The sleek exterior of this sculpture reflects the distorted Chicago skyline, making it a popular photography spot for tourists in Chicago. Cloud Gate is known as a symbolic and innovative work. The mirror effect of the statue is reminiscent of the distorting mirrors in previous amusement parks.But there is a significant use for it to make the giant Cloud Gate look much lighter.
John Hancock Center

John Hancock Center

4.5/5235 Reviews
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Observation Deck
Open from 1/1-12/31,9:00am-11:00pm (Local time)
Chicago’s only open-air skywalk, interactive telescopes, and a multimedia tour narrated by David Schwimmer are just some of the things that make a visit to this iconic skyscraper fun and exciting. The building has the nation’s fastest elevators, which can raise you up to Chicago’s highest café in less than an minute. If you’re feeling guilty about that extra-creamy, double-whip mocha had while there; you can take the 1,632 steps back down to the lobby.
Lake Michigan

Lake Michigan

4.6/5153 Reviews
Lake
Open all day (Local time)
Lake Michigan is one of the top five lakes in North America, with the third largest area and the only lake that is owned by the United States. Lake Michigan is a large area that even exceeds the entire country of Croatia. The shores of Lake Michigan, especially Michigan and the northern part of Indiana, are known for their spectacular scenery. This area is often referred to as the “third coast of the United States” and is listed after the Atlantic and Pacific coasts.
Chinatown

Chinatown

4.4/5130 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Chinatown is open all day, but the business hours on the streets are not the same. (Local time)
Chinatowns throughout the world tend to have rather itinerant histories. Chicago’s is no exception. In 1890, it was situated along Clark between Van Buren and Harrison Streets. By 1910, it settled in its current locale near Cermak Road and Wentworth Avenue, but has expanded over the years. Today, the colorful corner of the city is alive with traditional festivals, the scents of exotic spices from vendors, and a cacophony of dialects emanating from busy dumpling houses and noodle shops. Whether you come for the dim sum or the dragon boat races, this is a culturally rich section of Chicago worth exploring.
The Magnificent Mile

The Magnificent Mile

4.6/5176 Reviews
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Featured Neighbourhood
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