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The Chicago center point is around the area of Monadnock Building and the area of Fisher Building.
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Below are reviews of the city of Chicago, IL from an actual visitor's perspective.
Working with students from in-state, a free visit to the Museum of Science and Industry is always an outstanding bargain. Additionally, the free admission to the Lincoln Park Zoo, which is for anyone, is one of the better values the city as to offer.
Chicago is one of my top 5 "must see" cities. The city is full of amazing people, history, culture, music and architecture. I travel there every year for a trade show and every time it's just as exciting as the last.
Chicago is such a fun city to visit, especially in the summer. All the people out and about and the great sites to see. I recommend going on a river and lake cruise. You will learn a lot and see some fabulous views.
Very walkable with multiple attractions for everyone from foodies to culture, history to live entertainment, and even shopping all within steps of each other!
Be sure to check out Lake Shore Drive and take the Entertainment Blvd exit. Everything was great from Goose Island to Entertainment Park.
The architecture is incredible all over the city. There are also many great restaurant options. There's so much to see and do!
Michigan Avenue and the Riverboat cruises were both great. Navy Pier was beautiful with the fireworks show.
We really enjoyed visiting Pilsen and Chinatown for our cultural discovery project.
Visited the local museums and enjoyed a variety of other activities.
Great food, especially from the Soho House restaurant.
It has been about 15 years since I have been to Chicago and I really enjoyed our time there. The Willis (Sears) Tower Skydeck was nice, our dinner at Lou Malnati's pizza (so fresh and delicious!) was great, our boat tour on Wendella Boats (Lake and River tour) was superb, and even though traffic was heavy, it moved every day we were there so getting around wasn't awful. Just allow for 15-20 minutes and you're fine. Our Charter company, TriState Travel, provided professional and customer-oriented service with friendly drivers.
Greatly enjoyed a performance of A Christmas Carol at the Goodman Theatre, always gets you in a holiday mood. Excellent food at Blackie's and the owners were great to work with. Dave and Buster's not only provided a great breakfast, but awesome experience for our group, allowing us to have the whole restaurant and gaming area to ourselves prior to the restaurant opening for the public. The Skydeck experience is something everyone should try during a visit to Chicago with's its views and the Ledge attraction. Water Tower Place is a great shopping experience, with many stores to visit and some pretty good dining options. I would also recommend Riccobene's on 26th street.
Chicago has the incredible luck of having hundreds of ethnic restaurants as well as American favorites. If you can't find something good to eat, you have no taste buds.
We enjoyed the Museum of Science and Industry and the Shedd Aquarium.
Tanta restaurant for small plates and Pequod for Pizza was superb. Some of our group went to the Purple Pig and said it was well worth the 2 hour wait. Windella Architectural cruise was just excellent and the spicy bloody Mary's the bartender made were perfect. Farmhouse for Brunch was a great ending to a super weekend. Chicago has an energy all of its own, coupled with the genuine friendly nature of natives made this an enjoyable experience for all our guests.
The flower boxes along Michigan Avenue, State Street, and even in the Loop have added a great deal of beauty to Chicago. The friendliness of people on the CTA buses, "L", and taxi drivers were a nice surprise that we had not experienced in 1950-54 or during my own semi-annual trips to Chicago for the Chicago Dental Society Mid-Winter Dental Seminars. My wife and I stayed until Saturday, so thoroughly enjoyed the Chicago Symphony Orchestra performance in Millenium Park. Five days just was not enough time to see more than half of our "Wish List."
Wrigley Field was amazing!
We love to visit Chicago for the fabulous shopping and dining available.
The architectural tour on the river, Millennium Park, many restaurants and baseball games were amazing.
The Allison Woods Park, the Navy Pier, boat tours, outlet shopping mall and museums were great to visit.
The TASTE of Chicago was great on the 13th of July! Chicago has the best HOTDOGS in the world!!!Art Festival was fun and the ART throughout Millennium Park is awesome!
Greatest city on the Great Lakes. Lots to do especially around the lakes. If your in the mood and the weather is nice you can rent a bike and ride north along the lake bike path to Wrigley Stadium to catch a Cubs Game.
We have enjoyed Chicago before, just never long enough to get familiar with the transit systems, which are excellent, by the way. Navy Pier was a great place to spend an afternoon.
The location was within walking distance of shopping, theaters and any type of restaurant imaginable.
Everything! Nicest people in a city that I have encountered. We had a terrific time! Thank you Chicago. Manhattan you've been replaced!
Six Flags, Candace Dance Studio, Willis Sky Tower, Magnificent Mile, Field Museum, Soldier Field, Lakeshore Drive, the beach, Emilio's Tapas, Cafe BaBaReeba, Cloud Crest/Millennium Park, Apollo Theater to name a few.
Pilsen, Chinatown, Ed Debevic's and of course the National Restaurant Show.
Skydeck is a must: allows you to see Chicago from up high. The Museum of Science and Industry is the best attraction in Chicago. You need a whole day to see this, and still might not be able to see it all. Navy Pier is fun for kids. Catch the Planetarium, Shedd Aquarium and Field Museum while there. You will probably need a week in Chicago if wanting to see everything!
Loved the experience. The hustle and bustle was great, and exciting for my little ones.
Great great city. The town is alive, vibrant and lots of fun!
I always love the Art Museum. The sidewalks were amazingly clear for the amount of traffic going over them.
The Museum of Science and Industry
So much to do!
Very active, exciting downtown. Perfect for our conference.
Beautiful weekend of weather.