Millennium Park

A vibrant public space in downtown Chicago, known for its art, music, architecture, and landscape design.

The Art Institute of Chicago

One of the oldest and largest art museums in the United States, with an extensive collection of artwork from various eras and regions.

Willis Tower

One of the tallest buildings in the world, offering panoramic views of Chicago and beyond.

Navy Pier

A 3,300-foot-long pier on the shoreline of Lake Michigan, offering attractions like the Centennial Wheel, boat tours, restaurants, and shops.

Magnificent Mile

A bustling section of Michigan Avenue known for its upscale shops, restaurants, and historic landmarks.

Lincoln Park Zoo

A free zoo located in Lincoln Park, home to a wide variety of animals and beautiful gardens.

Field Museum

A natural history museum renowned for its extensive collection, including the famous T. rex skeleton named Sue.

Chicago Riverwalk

A scenic waterfront path along the Chicago River, offering dining, boat tours, and beautiful views of the city's architecture.