What to do in Chicago

Chicago, “Second City” is known for its stunning skyline, history, and vibrant cultural scene. The city offers an array of activities and sites to capture the essence of this iconic city and the attention of adults and children alike.

  • Eat a deep-dish pizza

    Eat a deep-dish pizza

    No visit to Chicago is complete without indulging in its famous deep-dish pizza, with its thick, buttery crust, oozing with cheese and topped with a chunky tomato sauce. it’s a Chicago experience you have to say you have done.

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  • See Millennium Park

    See Millennium Park

    At its heart is the Bean (officially known as Cloud Gate), a gleaming, bean-shaped sculpture that reflects the city’s skyline. It’s a perfect spot for a unique selfie, capturing both the essence of the park and the dynamic cityscape.

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  • Explore Chicago by water

    Explore Chicago by water

    Boat tours on Lake Michigan or the Chicago River provide panoramic views of the city’s towering skyscrapers and historic buildings and an entirely new perspective on the city.

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  • Take a Gangsters and Ghost Tour

    Take a Gangsters and Ghost Tour

    For those interested in the city’s intriguing past, the Gangsters and Ghost Tour is an exciting way to delve into Chicago’s history. This tour takes you through the Prohibition era, exploring the haunts of famous gangsters like Al Capone and John Dillinger, while also sharing ghostly tales of the city’s past.

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  • Experience the 360 CHICAGO Observation Deck

    Experience the 360 CHICAGO Observation Deck

    Located in the Hancock Center, offers breathtaking views of the city from 1,000 feet above. The deck not only provides a stunning panorama but also features TILT, an exhilarating experience where visitors can tilt out over Michigan Avenue.

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  • Visit the Art Institute of Chicago

    Visit the Art Institute of Chicago

    This world-class museum boasts an impressive collection of artworks, ranging from ancient artifacts to contemporary pieces. The museum’s extensive collection includes works by Monet, Van Gogh, and many other renowned artists.

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  • Shop the Magnificent Mile

    Shop the Magnificent Mile

    This is Chicago’s premier shopping and dining venue. The bustling avenue offers everything from high-end boutiques to popular retail stores, alongside a diverse array of restaurants and cafes.

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  • Wrigley Field

    Wrigley Field

    For sports fans, a visit to Wrigley Field is a journey into the heart of American baseball. Home to the Chicago Cubs, this historic ballpark offers a complete baseball experience, complete with traditional hot dogs and cheering crowds.

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  • Visit the Field Museum

    Visit the Field Museum

    One of the largest natural history museums in the world, The Field Museum is a treasure trove of artifacts and exhibits. From ancient Egyptian tombs to Sue, the largest and most complete T-Rex fossil, the museum provides an educational and fascinating journey through history and natural science.

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