North Avenue Beach
North Avenue, often regarded as Chicago's nicest beach, is a well-liked location for swimming and tanning.
Chicago Water Tower
The 47 metres tall, Chicago Water Tower, was created by architect William Boyington.
Maggie Daley Park
The lovely Maggie Daley Park is located in the Loop and is connected to Millennium Park by a pedestrian bridge.
The renowned Chicago Theater hosts everything from concerts and plays to magic shows, stand-up comedy, lectures, and etc.
Lincoln Park Zoo
It was impressively established in 1868 and is one of the oldest zoos in North America. It now has a total of more than 1,100 animals.
Museum of Science and Industry
Its enormous collection is located in the old Palace of Fine Arts, which was constructed to serve as a venue for the 1893 World Expo and opened in 1933.
It was erected in 1914. The stadium is renowned for having an iconic entrance and a hand-turned scoreboard.
Field Museum of Natural History
The World's Fair that took place in Chicago in 1893 is responsible for the Field Museum of Natural History's establishment
360 Chicago Observation Deck
Visitors may take in views of the city skyline and Michigan Lake from the 94th level of what used to be the John Hancock Center.
The river that flows through the city is the best feature for capturing the essence of Chicago.
Edward Bennett, an architect, modelled the Buckingham Fountain. The typeface is well-known for its imposing size and tall spray.