Destination Chicago, IL

destination-chicagoAh! The Windy City - known for its delicious deep-dish pizzas, incredible hotdogs, and historic architecture. Whenever you get the chance, see all that Chicago has to offer!

360 Chicago

360 Chicago offers some of the best views of the city. For those that aren’t afraid of heights and consider yourself a thrill seeker, experience the TILT. On this thrill ride, you’ll be tilted, in an enclosed, glass balcony, over Michigan Avenue from the 94th floor of the John Hancock Building.

Adler Planetarium

Get to know the universe through educational and exciting exhibits. Along with cool art on display, the planetarium has shows that play throughout the day. The shows go in depth on the solar system, planets, and more.

Art Institute of Chicago

Experience stimulating art pieces at the Art Institute of Chicago. Some of the current and future exhibits include Xu Longsen: Light of Heaven, Modern Japanese Portraits, and Judy Ledgerwood: Chromatic Patterns for the Art Institute of Chicago. 

Millennium Park

This park is home to amazing outdoor attractions such as the Cloud Gate and Crown Fountain. With restaurants near and great sights, it’s the perfect place to catch up with colleagues.

Navy Pier

The Navy Pier is a lively and popular area for Chicagoans and tourists. The Pier has so much in store- shops, live entertainment, restaurants, and more. Some of the attractions include AMC Navy Pier IMAX Theater, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, and Crystal Gardens. Also, starting Memorial Day, the Pier will host a firework show Wednesday and Saturday nights.

Tribune Tower

The Tribune Tower is one of the many historic landmarks in Chicago. One of the most amazing features this building has is the ability to take you around the world. Pieces of landmarks from all over the world are embedded to the tower. Stones from the Great Wall of China, Reims Cathedral, Shrine of Hibiya Daijingum, and a piece of steel from the World Trade Center are some of the 100+ pieces that are a part of the tower.

Willis Tower

The Willis Tower is another iconic landmark that includes a pretty cool feature, The Ledge. Similar to 360 Chicago, it offers great views and a thrilling experience. If being tilted 1,000 ft. over Chicago is a little much for you, then perhaps The Ledge is a better option. It’s an enclosed, glass balcony the extends a few feet outward of the tower, on the 103rd floor.

Wrigley Field

Check out the home field of the Chicago Cubs, the second oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball. There will be home games during your stay in Chicago. If you aren’t able to make a game but would still like to see the field, you are more than welcome to take the 75 – 90 minute guided tour of the field.