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Youâll find something wet, wild and wonderful wherever you walk at Shedd. The galleries are home ...
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Discover Chicago from both land and water on this scenic half-day tour. Take a narrated coach tour through the city...
24, 48 or 72 hours
The lakeside metropolis of Chicago is famous for its striking skyscrapers, world-class museums and colorful politic...
Watch the Chicago skyline sparkle from the air on this thrilling nighttime helicopter tour! Aboard a heated, state-...
Experience all of Chicago’s best sights from the air on this exciting helicopter tour! Aboard a state-of-the-art he...
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Discover all of Chicago’s top sights from great heights on this private helicopter tour. Travel in a state-of-the-a...
Experience the beauty of Chicago on a tour full of history and excitement. See all of the city’s highlights, such a...
Explore Chicago at your own pace on an independent bike tour. With your full-day bike rental, pedal along Lake Mich...
Climb aboard a heritage tram or open-top double decker bus for a comprehensive tour of Chicago that suits your schedu...
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One ticket for one low price to all the things you want to do in Chicago. There are 25 of Chicagos best attractions and ...
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Your ticket to five unforgettable attractions: The Field Museum, Shedd Aquarium, Skydeck Chicago, an...
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The Aqua is an 832 feet skyscraper that was named the world's best new building by Emporis when it opened in 2009.
The Aqua is an 832 feet skyscraper that was named the world's best new building by Emporis when it opened in 2009. The most distinguishing feature of this 82-storey mixed-use residential high-rise is its series of undulating balconies, which extend as far as twelve feet from the building's walls, giving the building a surreal 'rippling' effect. Designed by Jeanne Gang and team, It features a remarkable curtain wall that compliments wavy balconies. Though impressive from any angle, it's best viewed relative to the water - either from a boat tour or the riverwalk over in the Near North.
Aqua, 225 N Columbus Dr, Chicago, IL 60601, USA
Originally known as the Standard Oil Building, the 1136 foot tall Aon Center is Chicago's 3rd tallest building, after the Willis Tower and Trump International Tower
Inaugurated in 2004, Millennium Park quickly rose to become Chicago Loop's biggest attraction
A beautiful Art Deco tower covered in dark green terra cotta and adorned with a gold terra cotta leaf at the pinnacle
Anyone who has seen Adventures in Babysitting should immediately recognize this 1984 building, as its slanted roof (lit up at night) played a very important role in the film's climax
Open late spring (mid-May), summer, and fall
Built in 1897 as Chicago's first public library and headquarters of the Grand Army of the Republic, the Chicago Cultural Center building now houses the city's Visitor Information Center, galleries, and exhibition halls
Designed in coordination with the National Vietnam Veterans Art Museum in the Near South, this waterfront plaza features a timeline from the war, a list of Illinois veterans who were killed in action, and a nice vantage point toward a few iconic buildings down the river
Built in 1925, the walls of the Tribune Tower contain rocks from many famous world landmarks, including: the Taj Mahal, the Parthenon, the Great Pyramid, the Cathedral of Notre-Dame, the Great Wall of China, the Berlin Wall, and most recently from the demolished World Trade Center