1. Millennium Park

In Millennium Park, you'll find another sort of town square - an enthusiastic, dynamite gathering spot situated in the heart of the city. Millennium Park is one of country's biggest metropolitan parks with segments in Grand Rapids, Walker, Grandville and Wyoming. With 1,400 acres of rolling terrain and six miles of facade on the Grand River, the recreation area is wealthy in normal assets, highlighting exceptional living spaces and enormous regular regions for natural life to flourish.

Navy Pier is where you go in Chicago for events, free public programs, attractions, culture, feasting, shopping and the sky is the limit from there. It's where fun lives large, whether you're a visitors or local with family or friends. As a charitable association, the People's Pier™ offers a different and mixed scope of activities and encounters that light the creative mind, invigorate the faculties and permit your soul to take off.

2. Navy Pier

Lincoln Park Zoo known as Lincoln Park Zoological Gardens is a 35-acre of land zoo in Lincoln Park, Chicago, Illinois. Lincoln Park Zoo is home to a wide assortment of creatures. The zoo's shows include large felines, polar bears, penguins, gorillas, reptiles, monkeys, and different species adding up to around 1,100+ creatures from about 200 species.

3. Lincoln Park Zoo

The vacation spots at 875 North Michigan Avenue are amazing. But for occupants, there's significantly more. Resolve an agreement in the gathering place, or siphon some iron in the wellness community. Mix it up at 875 North Michigan Avenue. Dining & tourist attractions: The Signature Room – The Cheesecake Factory – Starbucks – Jamba Juice – Benihana – 360 Observation Deck

4. 875 North Michigan Avenue

Grant Park in Chicago offers more than 300 acres of land of green space in the midtown region by Lake Michigan. Grant Park is home to a portion of Chicago's most famous landmark and attractions. The park includes Museum Campus, the site of top notch historical centers the Art Institute of Chicago, the Field Museum of Natural History, the Shedd Aquarium and the Adler Planetarium.

5. Grant Park

Situated in midtown Chicago, the Art Institute is one of the world's extraordinary workmanship exhibition halls, lodging an assortment that traverses hundreds of years and the globe. Eminent art historical center holding almost 300,000 works from everywhere the world, spreading over numerous hundreds of years.

6. The Art Institute of Chicago

Admission: $25+

7.Field Museum

7.Field Museum

Field Museum is home to 40 million ancient rarities and specimens, energizing shows, and in excess of 150 researchers, conservators, and assortments staff. The Field Museum rouses interest in life on Earth while investigating how the world became and how we can make it a superior spot.

Admission: $27+

Prepare for remarkable experiences with belugas and bluegills, stingrays and sturgeons, ocean stars and ocean otters — thus a lot more creatures. Best in class indoor aquarium, well known for its range of living spaces and perspectives on Lake Michigan.

Admission: $40+

8. Shedd Aquarium

8. Shedd Aquarium

The Museum of Science and Industry (MSI) is home to in excess of 35,000 awe-inspiring artifacts and many exhibits. This is the biggest and most intuitive science museum in the Western Hemisphere. Sprawling, active historical center brimming with useful, child-friendly scientific & industrial exhibits.

9. Museum of Science and Industry

Admission: $22+ 

10. Willis Tower

The Willis Tower is a 110-story, 1,450-foot (442.1 m) skyscraper in Chicago. Iconic, 110-story high rise including broad perspectives on Chicago from its 103rd-story Skydeck. You'll enjoy 360-degree sees crossing up to 50 miles and 4 states and their most breathtaking perspective - 1,353 feet straight down.

Admission: $30+

Chicago's Adler Planetarium is America's most memorable planetarium and a debut asset for motivating the up and coming age of room pioneers. Interactive exhibits and innovative sky shows engage stargazers, lakefront sees are a reward. This is one of the city's top galleries, is home to three auditoriums with everyday shows and exhibits that investigate the universe.

Admission: $19+  

11. Adler Planetarium