Tons of exciting things to do, not only in the summer, but in the winter too.
- Ice Skating at Millennium Park downtown
- Holiday Shopping along Magnificent Mile
- The Shakespeare Theater at Navy Pier for the kids
- Peggy Notebart Nature Museum
- Lincoln Park Zoo
- Sky Deck at Willis Tower and the John Hancock Observatory
- And as everyone knows: plenty of museums, the shedd aquarium, the planetarium and I can go on and on...
Museum of Science and Industry "Treasures of the Walt Disney Archives"
? Over 300 artifacts from the original Walt Disney movies.
? The kids like to watch the great Disney movies that are 20 years old (good for adults too)
The Field of Museum
? 1893 World's Fair Exhibit
? Penguin Encounter
? 30 minutes with a real live penguin, oh and you get a picture too
Art Institute of Chicago
? Always great things to see and do there.
The neighborhoods are a great reason for people to come back to the city.
Wicker Park, Lincoln Park, Old Town, Lakeview, Chinatown, Uptown and I can go on and on ...
Great shopping, dining, nightlife. Always something new to see and do in our great neighborhoods
- First Bites Bash
First Bites Bash kicks off Restaurant Week January 23rd at Union Station
Try menu items from over 50 of our best restaurants in the city
Hosted by Paul Kahan
- Restaurant Week
Runs from January 24th - February 6th
More than 250 area restaurants participating
Gives folks an opportunity to try some of the best menus in Chicago for one low price
Bar Pastoral in Lakeview (Wine and Cheese), Yoshi's Café in Lakeview (Contemporary American / Asian Infusion), The Bedford (Contemporary American).
- Theatre Week
Runs from February 11th - 16th
More than 75 productions to choose from
Come find out why the critics call Chicago, "The Theater Capital of America"
Really is a great opportunity to see some of the best theater in the world for a discounted price in not only downtown, but our neighborhood theaters as well.
Broadway in Chicago, Steppenwolf Theater, The Second City Main Stage, The Apollo Theater.