This iconic park in the heart of the city is home to the famous Cloud Gate sculpture, commonly known as "The Bean." The park also features the Crown Fountain, Lurie Garden, and the Jay Pritzker Pavilion, which hosts numerous concerts and events.
A bustling entertainment hub on Lake Michigan, Navy Pier offers a range of attractions, including the Centennial Wheel, IMAX theatre, Chicago Children's Museum, and numerous restaurants and shops.
This scenic pedestrian trail along the Chicago River offers a unique perspective of the city's architecture, punctuated with restaurants, bars, and public art.
Glide along the Chicago River as expert guides share the history and design of the city's world-renowned architecture.
Chicago's premier shopping district, this stretch on Michigan Avenue offers a mix of high-end stores, boutiques, restaurants, and historic buildings.
Once the tallest building in the world, visitors can head to the Skydeck on the 103rd floor for breathtaking panoramic views of the city and the thrilling experience of standing on The Ledge, a glass balcony extending outside the building.
Located on the shores of Lake Michigan, this sprawling area is home to several notable institutions, including the Field Museum, Shedd Aquarium, and Adler Planetarium.
Whether you're a baseball fan or not, visiting this historic ballpark, home to the Chicago Cubs, is a quintessential Chicago experience.