About Chicago:

With towering skyscrapers overlooking tulips on The Magnificent Mile, Opening Day baseball at Wrigley Field, and a stunning Millennium Park beginning to bloom – springtime in Chicago buzzes with energy.

Whether you’re visiting Chicago for business or pleasure, you can expect to find world-class dining, attractions, entertainment, and hotels in the largest and most-visited city in the Midwest.

Enjoy the great outdoors with a sightseeing tour on the river boats, a play date with the animals at Lincoln Park Zoo or a scenic ride on the Ferris Wheel at Navy Pier. Indoors, unwind at a luxurious spa, jet set through spectacular downtown shopping malls or cozy up to a bar for some craft cocktails. In Chicago, dining is an activity in itself, with over 5,500 restaurants that boast star chefs and endless accolades.

Chicago is a city of world-class status and unsurpassed beauty. Located on the shores of Lake Michigan, Chicago is home to an internationally-acclaimed symphony orchestra, renowned architecture, award-winning theater and much more.

Navy PierStroll along the boardwalk of the Navy Pier and see one of the many great views Chicago has to offer. Eat and shop at countless restaurants and stores. Enjoy a relaxing boat ride around Lake Michigan and take in the landscape around you. The pier also has a 150 foot Ferris wheel that lights up at night.

Willis TowerSee Chicago from the view of a bird! Visit the Chicago Skydeck and look out from the 94th floor of the Willis Tower. If you want to go even higher up visit the Hancock Observatory on the 103rd floor. Feel like you are flying above the city, only this time you can take pictures that will last a lifetime.

Broadway in ChicagoBroadway has come to the midwest. Mega-hit shows come through the city every year giving you the chance to catch the performance you have always wanted to see!  Catch a show that is premiering world-wide or better yet see a show that only runs in Chicago.

Field History MuseumYoung and old alike love to visit Chicago’s museums. The Field Museum is one of the largest history museums in the world and is known for Sue, the largest and most complete Tyrannosaurus Rex ever found. The Field Museum features special exhibits during certain times of the year, but you can always find over 20 million biological and anthropological specimens on display. Next take a trip to Chicago’s Shedd Aquarium and see some of the 22,000 living specimens and experience underwater marvels of the world.

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