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Places to visit

Below are beautiful places to visit while you are in Chicago, luggage free of course...

Wrigley Field
Wrigley Field
Sports fans will definitely want to visit the legendary Wrigley Field in Chicago. Constructed in 1914, this baseball park is the second oldest Major League playground in the US and houses the famous Chicago Cubs. Travelers can book a ballpark tour and visit the field and the press box.
Millennium Park
Millennium Park
Located on Michigan Avenue, Millennium Park is one of the most popular free attractions in Chicago. It is the largest public space in the city where you will find a variety of events including family-friendly activities, tours, concerts, and exhibitions. You can take a selfie in front of the popular Bean, admire art at the Boeing Galleries, and splash around in the Crown Fountain.
Buckingham Fountain
Buckingham Fountain
Situated in Chicago’s Grant Park, the Buckingham Fountain is well-known for its summertime hourly water show. The fountain is made of pink Georgia marble, but the main attraction is the incredible light and music show that takes place every hour. In case you get hungry, there are dozens of great restaurants and bars in the vicinity of this iconic Chicago landmark.
Chicago Union Station
Chicago Union Station
Built in 1925, Chicago Union Station used to serve as a national railway hub which connected the west and east coast of the US. Today, the station is home to dozens of spaces like the Adams Terrace, Pennsylvania Room, Founders Room, and the lovely Burlington Room which are used for different occasions including corporate functions and other special events. An interesting fact is that the Burlington Room was originally designed as the Women's Lounge with beauty parlors and other similar facilities. Grab BagsAway near Chicago Union Station before you board your train
Navy Pier
Navy Pier
Originally opened in 1916 as a shipping facility and an amusement area, the Navy Pier is one of the must-visit attractions in Chicago. Today, the Navy Pier boasts 50 acres of gardens and features plenty of shops, restaurants, concert venues, and attractions. Catch a movie at the 3D Imax Theater or go for a ride on the 150ft Ferris wheel. The fabulous Crystal Gardens are also worth visiting, as well as the awesome Chicago Children’s Museum.
Field Museum of Natural History
Field Museum of Natural History
Travelers who are looking to add cultural attractions to their Chicago travel itinerary should definitely pay a visit to the Field Museum of Natural History. Originally founded in 1893, this museum used to be called the Columbian Museum of Chicago and it housed biological and anthropological collections which were gathered for the famous World Columbian Exposition. These days, the museum boasts a permanent collection of about 20,000 artifacts which cover disciplines like zoology, botany, geology, and anthropology. The highlight of the museum is the world's largest, most complete Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton.
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