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Michigan Avenue Bridge

Michigan Avenue Bridge

4.4/545 Reviews
Bridge
Open all day (Local time)
Chicago Tribune Co

Chicago Tribune Co

4.4/549 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Open all day (Local time)
Robie House

Robie House

4.1/521 Reviews
Modern Architecture
Thu - Mon 10:30 AM - 3:00 PM (Local time)
If you are on the University of Chicago campus, make sure to visit the Robie House. The Robie House is for architecture students or any architect enthusiast. The Robie House was designed by Frank Llyod Wright and Fredrick C. Robie, and is considered one of the most important buildings in American architecture. You can attend a free tour to learn about the prairie style design, contemporary spaces and the current restoration work. Besides the tour, you can attend special events which are family friendly such as LEGO Architects and Summer Saturdays.
Anderson Japanese Gardens

Anderson Japanese Gardens

5/51 Reviews
Garden
Chicago Board of Trade

Chicago Board of Trade

4.4/532 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Appearance is open all day (Local time)
Wicker Park

Wicker Park

4.4/527 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Situated within the West Town area of Chicago, Wicker Park provides a great mix of boutique shopping, funky restaurants, coffee houses, theaters and art galleries. Created by the Wicker brothers in 1870, Wicker Park's beginnings start with affluent German and Polish immigrants and their breweries. When planning your trip, do not miss the Chopin Theater, if live shows are what you crave. If music hits the docket for the evening, catch a local band at the Double Door, found at the six corners of Wicker Park. Perhaps you want to eat first? Go to Crust for artisan pizza made with all organic and locally grown ingredients. If you want food that is slightly less organic and well-priced, you cannot go wrong with Choppers for burgers, dogs, and milkshakes which makes for great Chicago fare!
Lincoln Park Conservatory

Lincoln Park Conservatory

4.4/524 Reviews
Garden
Sun - Sat 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Local time)
Alexander Calder Flamingo Sculpture

Alexander Calder Flamingo Sculpture

4.3/58 Reviews
Statue/Sculpture
In front of Chicago's renowned Federal Building, there is a vermilion red sculpture by Modern artist Alexander Calder. This incredible sculpture was built in 1973. It is one of Calder's best known works. Seeing the sculpture in the Federal Plaza, you will be overwhelmed with its size as well as its softness.
Museum Campus

Museum Campus

4.5/519 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Museum
McCormick-Tribune Ice Rink

McCormick-Tribune Ice Rink

4.1/510 Reviews
Square
Sunday - Saturday 6:00 am - 11:00 pm (Local time)
If it is a brisk, Chicago afternoon or a cool, winter evening, the McCormick Tribune Ice Rink is a great place to be. Situated in gorgeous Millennium Park underneath the city's glimmering, blue and white cityscape, this ice rink is a wonderful place to experience and admire the city while delighting in the simple pleasures of skating with friends and family. At only five dollars for a pair of skates, it's also a cheap way to get outside and feel wind rushing by as you glide along the ice. After skating, stroll out of the rink and immerse yourself in the peace of the lawns and gardens within the city's historic park.
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