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Chicago Architecture: 7 Iconic and Groundbreaking Structures

Although the Windy City is home to some of the most impassioned sports fans and delicious pizza this nation offers, it's also home to many of the most emblematic and groundbreaking architectural displays in the United States.

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How to Navigate the Food Scene in Chicago

One of the best parts of traveling is getting to explore the local dining scene and taste some of the best dishes that the city has to offer. When you travel to Chicago, you’ll quickly discover that there’s no shortage of places to dive into the culinary scene, from food trucks to markets to Michelin-star restaurants. If you consider yourself a foodie, here’s the food in Chicago that you absolutely need to try.

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Famous Landmarks in Chicago to Visit

If you’re visiting Chicago, you may be wondering how to squeeze the city’s countless attractions into your itinerary. However, you can’t go wrong with any of the famous landmarks in Chicago that are on this list! From architecture to museums to beautiful views, these places have it all.

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Tips for Visiting Chicago in the Summer

As the weather starts to heat up in Chicago, so does the city’s list of activities and things to do. From outdoor food and music festivals to seasonal sports to days filled with sunshine, there is no time like the summertime to visit the Windy City.

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Plan Your Visit to Adler Planetarium

The Adler Planetarium of Chicago was the first planetarium in the western hemisphere, opening its doors to the public on May 12th, 1930. But, nearly 90 years later, the Adler Planetarium remains on the cutting edge of innovation, incorporating interactive displays into ints exhibits while playing mind-blowing films that take you above and beyond the stars via stellar 30 minute space adventures.

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Visiting Skydeck Chicago: Everything You Need to Know

The most dominant building in the Chicago skyline, Willis Tower is home to The Skydeck, a thrilling tourist attraction that offers 360-degree views of The Windy City. The skyscraper (formerly known as the Sears Tower) has been a highlight for visitors to Chicago for many years. The Skydeck played a role in Ferris Bueller's Day Off , where the main characters famously leaned their foreheads against the windows to peer down on the city below.

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