Museum of Science and Industry
With over 350,000 sq ft of space, the Museum of Science and Industry contains more than 800 exhibits covering diverse areas like energy, the environment, the human body, space exploration and transportation.
National Museum of Mexican Art
The purpose of the Museum is to stimulate and preserve the knowledge and appreciation of the Mexican culture as it manifests itself in and outside of Mexico.
A mile long, consisting of 50 acres, this lakefront playground is a must-see for student groups. Great rides, restaurants and shopping.
Professional sporting event:
Cubs :: White Sox :: Bulls :: Blackhawks
Puerto Rican Cultural Center
Founded in 1973, the Puerto Rican Cultural Center Juan Antonio Corretjer is a non-profit, community-based umbrella institution, which seeks to serve the social/cultural needs of Chicago’s Puerto Rican/Latino community.
Shedd Aquarium has been a Chicago icon and a leader in the zoo and aquarium profession for more than three-quarters of a century.
Six Flags Great America Amusement Park
In addition to the most thrilling rides on the planet, you and your kids will find a number of top-shelf entertainment venues at the park.
Terra Museum of American Art
The Terra Foundation’s collection of American art spans the colonial era through 1945 and includes more than seven hundred paintings, prints, drawings, photographs, and sculptures.
What locals call the historical center of downtown Chicago; it is the second-largest central business district in the United States, behind Manhattan.