The Chicago Museum of Art, built in 1891, is one of the three major art museums in the United States. It is located on South Michigan Avenue in downtown Chicago. It is not far from the Cloud Gate of Millennium Park. It is connected by three three-storey buildings. There is a long line at the gate for weekend visits. The Museum has a rich collection of paintings and sculptures, mainly Greek, Roman, European and American works of art, as well as Asian, African and American works. Many collections are world-class treasures, including Van Gogh, Monet, Renoir and other famous paintings. Museum tickets are $25, there are many exhibition halls, it is worth spending a whole day visiting, the museum has a free APP guide system, with mobile phone scanner can listen to English explanation, very good! You can also rent a Chinese guide commentator.