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Includes the signature Ferris Wheel, a mini-golf course, remote-controlled boats, and more..
Includes the signature Ferris Wheel, a mini-golf course, remote-controlled boats, and more.
600 East Grand Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
The Navy Pier by Lake Michigan is undoubtedly Chicago's most popular destination, offering over 50 acres of parks, gardens, shops, restaurants, family attractions and exhibition facilities
The CST offers high production values and somewhat bland production experiences; not bad, mind you, but not likely to leave you with much more than a pleasant, faintly-remembered evening
Shows of mild interest, ranging from jazz and blues to small touring circuses
Hands-on exhibits for kids, including the popular Dinosaur Expedition
Formerly known as the John Hancock Observatory, 360 Chicago offers breathtaking views of downtown Chicago with its skyscrapers, the historic Michigan lakefront and four neighboring states - Wisconsin, Michigan, Indiana and Illinois
Easy to miss, as it's located on a side street without much in the way of signage (or advertising), but this gallery has a long history - it opened in 1916, and hosted Pablo Picasso's art show in the U
The Aqua is an 832 feet skyscraper that was named the world's best new building by Emporis when it opened in 2009
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
Contemporary art from around the world