Chicago is filled with many hidden gems that can make your vacation to the city an extraordinary one. One such gem that many people are unaware of are the free programs that can be found at Millenial Park. From old classics to new performance art, there are free programs at Millenial Park to suit all types of people. On your next visit to Chicago, be sure to check some of them out.
Some of the most popular free programs at Millenial Park are the music programs. Every year, the park holds a series of free music concerts presented by Read the rest of this entry »
Baseball may be underwhelming in the windy city this year. The Cubs are plainly showing their hand, and it’s junk. That means one thing: rebuilding year(s). The White Sox meanwhile still have some impressive name recognition players and a hefty payroll, but their key starters are on the wrong side of thirty. The Sox underperformed last year and all signs point to more of the same this coming summer. It’s a dirty truth, but with the facts now known, what does that mean for Chicago baseball this season and after?
The Sox have the Read the rest of this entry »
Chicago is one of the most exciting cities in the world. Rather than making a quick weekend trip, it is better to have at least five days to explore the windy city. There are so many things to do in Chicago that one might find themselves overwhelmed with all the sites to explore.
One place that everyone must visit is the SkyDeck Chicagoâ€™s The Ledge. Formally known as the Sears Tower Skydeck, this elevated platform provides breathtaking views of the city.Get more information here. Read the rest of this entry »
The Windy City has a rich history. Aside from the city being close to one of the Great Lakes, it has several historic buildings. Here are five historic buildings in Chicago that every history lover should visit.
1. Essanay Studios
Film lovers will love Essanay Studios. It is famous for its Charlie Chaplin feature films. The studio opened in 1915 and it produced silent films with several well-known stars.
2. Fine Arts Building
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Whatever you are in the mood to do, Chicago has it! Whether it is Museums or shopping, eating, or nightlife you will never get bored in the windy city.
One of my favorite places to visit is the Museum of Science and Industry. This place is hands on and offers hours of fun for adults and kids alike. You get to conduct experiments, go on rides, and even mess with tornados all the while expanding your brain and having fun.
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Are you planning on Visiting Chicago but don’t know what type of activities you can do for a low budget? Luckily, Chicago offers excellent many city experiences for a low cost. Here’s what you can do for an amazing time in Chicago:
Great for all of the family, the Shedd Aquarium has over two million guests each year and features over 80 exciting habitats and over 1,500 different species. With fun and exotic animals such as Pacific white-sided dolphins and Alaska sea otters, you’ll love Read the rest of this entry »
While Chicago is well known for having exciting cultural options, beautiful scenery, and great shopping, one selling point to many travelers is the food. People that choose to come to Chicago should eat at the following five restaurants.
The first restaurant to eat at would be Lou Malnati’s. This restaurant is located in the heart of Old Town, and is well known for serving the best pizza in the city. The pizza is always Chicago-style deep dish.
Going to Gibson’s is another necessity for travelers. This restaurant is the Read the rest of this entry »