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With so much to see, in order to maximize your visit to the Art Institute of Chicago, it’s imperative to plan ahead. Lucky for you, we’ve developed a guide to make your planning a breeze.
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.
Most major cities have observation decks where people can see over the tallest skyscrapers and beyond. But 360 Chicago isn’t just an observation deck. Stretching 1,000 feet above Magnificent Mile, 360 Chicago is at the top of one of the tallest buildings in the country, has the fastest elevators in North America, and is one of the oldest skyscrapers in the world with 100 or more stories.
Yep, everything's bigger in Texas, and Houston is no exception. There’s much to see and do, so knowing where to start can be overwhelming. If visiting for Super Bowl LI, here we offer a small breakdown of the best the city has to offer, from what to see, where to eat, how to get there and more.
James Washington III, better known as Jurassic James, is the Customer Service Senior Lead and a crowd-pleasing tour guide at Houston Museum of Natural Science. But, he’s not just a tour guide. A natural educator with a love for science, he now trains other guides, teaches classes and helps guests with whatever they need. We caught up with Jurassic James for a look at his amazing classrooms and spectacular collections, and we got some insider tips for visiting.
While one might not initially think of New York City as a “family-friendly” vacation spot, the Big Apple is here to surprise you. From kid-approved offerings on Broadway and wide-open spaces in Central Park, to free outdoor concerts, food carts, and reliable mass transit (and everything in between), NYC is a veritable playground for both kids and parents.