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Visiting Skydeck Chicago: Everything You Need to Know

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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.


Things to do with Kids in Chicago

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Things to Do With Kids in Chicago (That Parents Will Also Enjoy!)

Think the Windy City is just for grownups? Think again. The wide selection of kid-friendly museums, restaurants, shops, shows and gardens makes Chicago an exciting city to visit with little ones. The best things to do are centrally located and require little or no transportation—a huge plus for families. And the icing on the cake? These kid-friendly attractions are enjoyable for adults, too.


What you Need to Know to Visit Shedd Aquarium

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What You Need to Know to Visit Shedd Aquarium

It's mind-boggling to consider that 71% of the Earth's surface is covered in water. Now, just imagine the variety and number of creatures thriving in the mysterious blue oceans, rivers, and lakes of this planet. Well, you don't have to leave everything to the imagination. In fact, you can see for yourself the magnificent beauty the water has to offer at the historic and renowned Shedd Aquarium in Chicago, Illinois.


First Time Visitor’s Guide to Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry

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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

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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.