With plenty of culture, entertainment, shopping and dining, there is so much to experience!
Downtown Chicago is vibrant and the home of Millennium Park where you’ll find the Harris Theater for Music and Dance, the amazing Crown Fountain and the Cloud Gate sculpture. Chicago is also home to the famed Chicago School (of architecture) and produced such iconic figures as Frank Lloyd Wright and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.
Family owned and operated since 1843 Huber Farm includes an orchard, winery and vineyards. Now with over 550 acres they grow everything from fruits, vegetables, pumpkins and Christmas trees. There is also a farmer’s market, cheese shop, tours of the winery and a children’s farm park.
Museum of Science and Industry
With over twenty current exhibits this museum always has something new and exciting going on. There are plenty of hands-on activities to participate in along with featured tours and an Omnimax Theater.
The Field Museum
Located next to Lake Museum, the Field Museum is home to over 21 million specimens, only a fraction which are displayed at any given time, insuring that no matter how many times you visit, there is always something new and exciting to discover.
110 stories high, the Sears Tower, now formerly known as the Willis Tower is an American landmark. On the 103rd floor of the Tower is the Skydeck offering spectacular views and when the weather is just right, the four adjoining states!
Cruise Lake Michigan while enjoying amazing food, live entertainment and views of the city voted America’s #1 Skyline.
The Chicago IMAX has over 400 seats and a soaring screen that is over six stories tall! Located at the Chicago Navy Pier which is often called Chicago’s “Lakefront Playground” this area now includes restaurants, shops, galleries and other attractions.
Rain Forest Café
The recreation of a tropical rain forest this is a total sensory experience including great food, lush foliage and soaring waterfalls!
Museum of Broadcast Communications
Dedicated to preserving all things associated with historic and contemporary radio and television content, there are numerous exhibits, archives and photo galleries.
Chicago Board of Trade
The world’s oldest futures and options exchange has been in the same location since 1930. Here you’ll get to experience the excitement of open-outcry trading. “The Pit” is where hundreds of traders see and hear each other during the trading day.
John G. Shedd Aquarium
Passionate about animals and the sea, this aquarium has great exhibits showcasing 80 different habitats around the world.
The Untouchables Tour
We’ve all heard about the heyday of the gangsters that roamed the streets of Chicago during the 1920’s and 30’s. Now experience it for yourself. See where they hung out, while hearing accurate accounts of Capone, Moran, Dillinger. Enjoy the music of the times; see sites of gangland shootouts and so much more.