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Garfield Park Conservatory in Chicago
Garfield Park Conservatory

Formed by a group of local residents, the Garfield Park Conservatory is one of the largest and most beautiful conservatories in the country, located on a 184-acre site in Garfield Park. Featuring two acres of public greenhouse space and 10 acres of outdoor gardens, it’s often dubbed “landscape art under glass” with very good reason. One of the city’s best kept secrets.

Logan Street Art
Logan Square Street Art

Start at the famed “Greetings from Chicago” mural on Milwaukee Avenue and wander from there. Logan Square is known for its vibrant, eclectic mix of street art making it the city’s central hub for creative, carefree – and always changing – creations.

Museum of Contemporary Art
Museum of Contemporary Art

Explore the city’s most respected showcase of contemporary art from around the world, where 45,000 square feet of temporary and collection-based exhibitions sit alongside a theater, art library and vibrant sculpture garden. Tucked away in an elongated corridor between Michigan Ave and Lake Michigan, MOCA Chicago is a must-see for any art enthusiast.

The Art Institute in Chicago
The Art Institute

One of the oldest and largest art museums in the country, The Art Institute boasts works of art across time, cultures, geographies, and identities and is well known for its curated collections and exhibits. Allow time to take it all in. It’s worth it.

United Center

A legendary sports venue and home to the Chicago Bulls, Chicago Blackhawks and one legendary statue of NBA superstar, Michael Jordan, the United Center is Chicago’s imminent indoor arena. With a capacity of 23,500 per event, the United Center draws fans from far and wide for some of the best sports match ups in the country all year round.

Chicago Riverwalk
Chicago Riverwalk

This 1.25 mile long stretch of Chicago’s vibrant riverfront is a public path for walking, dining, outdoor activities and simply taking in the city and everything it has to offer. Dotted with small parks, architectural and historical highlights, and plenty of people watching along the way, a stroll along the Riverwalk is a favorite Chicago pastime for locals and visitors alike.

Oak Street Chicago
The Magnificent Mile

A sophisticated shopping destination filled with the leading international brands in luxury fashion, accessories, design and more, alongside specialty spas and salons.

Wrigley Field
Wrigley Field

Home of the Chicago Cubs, this old-school neighborhood ballpark is one of the most famous in the country for its historical gravitas and classic nature. Named after chewing gum magnate William Wrigley, Jr., this 1914 structure is the National League’s oldest ballpark and full of original era details like its iconic ivy-covered outfield wall, a hand-operated scoreboard and plenty of superstitions to go along with it all.

Soldier Field
Soldier Field

Opened in 1924, Soldier Field is the city’s home for football, soccer and special events in close proximity to downtown. Named as a memorial to U.S. soldiers who had died in combat, Soldier Field offers public and private tours and an up-close look at the Chicago Bears home field and how it came to be. Worth a visit for any sports fan.

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