Magnificent Mile

The Magnificent Mile is one of the greatest places in the world to shop, with a staggering amount of department stores, luxury shops, and multi-story complexes.

Navy Pier

One of the main tourist sites in the Midwest of the United States, which spans more than 50 acres and includes parks, gardens, shops, restaurants, and exhibition spaces.

Sears Tower

The Willis Tower is the second-tallest structure in the country and the fourteenth-tallest structure in the world. The 108-story building has some of the world's quickest elevators.

Art Institute of Chicago

One of the biggest and oldest museums of art in the world, with a collection of more than 300,000 works from various cultures.

Chicago River

The only river in the world that runs backwards all the time is the Chicago River. From Lake Michigan, which provides the city's drinking water, it flows out.

Millennium Park

The Cloud Gate monument, an iconic Chicago landmark, may be found here, along with interactive fountains, peaceful gardens, public art, and a lot of open space.

Buckingham Fountain

The Buckingham Fountain, one of the largest of its kind in the world with an 85-meter circumference, is surrounded by four pairs of bronze seahorses.

Shedd Aquarium

The John G. Shedd Aquarium is home to more than 1,500 species of sea life, including 32,500 fish, as well as an array of birds and amphibians.

Field Museum of Natural History

Discover ancient civilizations, explore an Egyptian tomb, and more. The Field Museum is one of the top natural history museums in the world.

Museum of Science and Industry

The enormous collection is housed in the old Palace of Fine Arts, which was created to serve as the site of the 1893 World Expo.