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When Is the Best Time To Visit Chicago?
The Windy City changes with the seasons when it comes to both weather and things to see and do. You're sure to be in for an unforgettable trip whenever you choose to visit, but there are some things to know before you book your getaway.
7 Romantic Things To Do in Chicago
If you’re looking for a romantic getaway, look no further than the Windy City. The bright lights, beautiful skyline, and limitless things to do make this destination a no-brainer when you're looking for a weekend away. To discover the allure for yourself, here are some of the most romantic things to do in Chicago no matter the season.
Adler at Night: The Perfect After-Dark Chicago Experience
Racking your brain trying to find a special spot for a date night? Love space and want to get up close and personal with thousands of stars glistening above you? Itching to learn some wild astronomy and space facts? From incurable romantics to curious space explorers and astronomers in the making, the perfect place to go in Chicago after sundown is its world-famous Adler Planetarium.
Chicago-Style Hot Dog: A Taste of the Windy City
So, what is a Chicago-style hot dog? First, we'll review a brief history of this classic treat and look at what makes up the Chicago-style hot dog. Then we'll tell you where to find the best Chicago dogs.
First Time Visitor’s Guide to Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry
At the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago, curiosity and the thirst for knowledge inspire innovation. The exhibits encourage questions and spark conversation by immersing you in the technological, scientific and industrial achievements that have changed our world and continue to help it to evolve.
The Smart Traveler's Guide to The Field Museum
Take a step back for a moment and think about just how different things are today compared to thousands or even millions of years ago. Back then, giant dinosaurs ruled the planet, but the largest species today are mammals. At the Field Museum, you can see it all: modern technology enhancing what we know about our past and guiding us in our journey toward progress.