Chicago - 4 Days

Chicago Tourist Places

Chicago is a city in the state of Illinois in the United States of America. If you are planning for a holiday in Chicago USA, It is famous for its bold architecture and a skyline that is broken up by skyscrapers like John Hancock Center, Willis Tower, etc. This city is one of the best for traveling. If you are planning a trip to Chicago. The tourism industry of Chicago generates millions of dollars for the economy since travelers from all over the world visit here. If you are looking for Chicago holiday packages, We Tour for you provides the best tour packages for Chicago. You will not run out of tourist spots in Chicago city.

Top Tourist Places in Chicago:

If you are looking for Chicago holiday packages, We Tour for you provides the best tour packages for Chicago. You will not run out of tourist spots in Chicago city. Top Tourist places in Chicago include the Art Institute of Chicago, Millenium Park, Wrigley Field, Museum of Science and Industry, Navy Pier.

Art Institute of Chicago

The Art Institute of Chicago is an amazing museum having thousands of incredible artworks, from thousands of years from various categories like paintings, prints, photographs, sculptures, decorative arts, textiles, and much more. The Art Institute of Chicago Building is famous for impressionist and post-impressionist paintings such as Georges Seurat’s 1884 A Sunday Afternoon on La Grande Jatte, Renoir’s 1879 Acrobats at the Cirque Fernando, and several paintings by Claude Monet.

Shepley, Rutan, and Coolidge were the ones who designed the main building in the beaux-arts style. It was built for the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition. Over the years, numerous other buildings have been added and now the complex is spread over 400,000 square feet.

Millennium Park

Millennium Park Chicago is a part of the bigger Grant Park in downtown Chicago. It has a sculpture called Cloud Gate, which weighs 110 tons, as the centerpiece, it is the main attraction of millennium park Chicago Illinois. The surface of the sculpture is made of stainless steel and polished in such a way that it looks like a mirror. The neighboring buildings, the sky, and the tourists are reflected in the sculpture.

Crown Fountain is another must-see attraction in the Millenium Park. It is an incredible modern interpretation of the ancient gargoyle that looks like water flowing from the mouths of projected images of the citizens of Chicago.

Wrigley Field

The Chicago Cubs home, Wrigley Field was constructed in 1914. After Fenway Park, it is the second-oldest Major League Baseball park in the United States. 1917’s no-hitter pitching duel between the Cubs’ Jim Vaughn and the Reds’ Fred Toney; and the time when Babe Ruth “called a shot” during game three of the 1932 World Series, are some of the legendary moments of baseball history that happened on this park. You can go on a ballpark tour during a season and visit the press box and field and also the dugouts if there is no game on the day of your visit.

Museum of Science and Industry

The Museum of Science and Industry is located on the north end of Jackson Park. It was founded in 1933 and is known to be the most impressive museum in Chicago. The Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago showcases the applications of natural laws in technological and industrial development. It is believed that this museum was the first in the United States that incorporated the idea of “hands-on” exhibits so that the visitors can interact with hundreds of exhibits. There are permanent as well as changing exhibits in the Museum of Science and Industry, along with an OMNIMAX theater.

Navy Pier

When the Navy Pier was opened in Chicago, it was with the idea of an amusement area and shipping facility. However, today it has become one of Chicago’s most famous tourist attractions. It constitutes 50 acres of gardens, attractions, shops, restaurants and much more. The 150 feet Ferris wheel and a historic carousel are also a part of the Navy Pier. You can also go to watch a film at the 3D Imax Theater; witness the amazing performances of classics by actors at the Chicago Shakespeare Theater, or go to Crystal Gardens. Throughout the year, several festivities are conducted at the Pier, which includes the Chicago Festival in August. You can also go for a sightseeing excursion on one of the cruise ships.

Chicago has everything that you would want from a major city. There are world class museums, beautiful shopping districts and amazing nightlife. This city is known as the birthplace of the skyscraper and houses the world’s largest dinosaur, and a botanical conservatory with thousands of plants.

Day 1
Chicago-Michigan Avenue

Reach Chicago early in the morning.

Spend the day roaming around in Michigan Avenue or the Magnificent Mile, which is a major shopping district.

Day 2
Chicago Cultural Center

Visit the Cloud Gate in Millennium Park, also known as The Bean because of its shape.

Also make a stop at the Jay Pritzker Pavilion to witness its cool architecture.

Move on to Chicago Cultural Center that hosts many free public events.

Day 3
Shedd Aquarium- Chicago Skydeck

Explore Shedd Aquarium, which used to be the world’s largest indoor aquarium and one of the most visited ones in the US.

Visit the Chicago Skydeck in Willis Tower. It is a glass box at the side of the building.

Day 4
Navy Pier

Go to the Navy Pier and don’t forget to go on the Centennial Wheel, which is a large ferris wheel.

Move on to the Crystal Gardens. It is actually a wedding venue, but you can also explore it if there aren’t any events.

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  • 16/03/2020
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