Chicago boasts an array of sights, from majestic skyscrapers to Lake Michigan's dramatic arc.
One of Chicago's beloved cultural landmarks, The Art Institute of Chicago is home to an illustrious collection that spans time and space.
Millennium Park, situated in the city's center, offers visitors and nature admirers an oasis of wide open spaces for walking, water fountains
One of Chicago's most beloved landmarks, Cloud Gate, has quickly gained notoriety since its unveiling at Millennium Park back in 2004.
Wrigley Field, home to the Chicago Cubs, is America's second oldest ballpark and a must-visit for baseball fans.
The Museum of Science and Industry is one of the world's largest science museums, boasting 14 acres and over 35,000 exhibits spread out over 14 acres.
The Magnificent Mile (also referred to as the Miracle Mile or Mag Mile) is a 13-block section of Michigan Avenue famed for its world-class shopping, dining and nightlife options.
From here you can take in breathtaking views of Chicago's cityscape including Lake Michigan and its downtown skyline.
This renowned institution houses one of the world's greatest collections of artifacts from ancient civilizations to cutting-edge scientific breakthroughs.