Located in Downtown Chicago, Millenium Park is known for it's world class art, music, architecture and beautiful landscape designs. From Ice skating, live concerts, film screenings, and amazing scenery, Millenium Park is a great place for all ages to visit. Long known to be Chicago's most important city project, it's a must place to visit with friends and family.
An iconic 110 story skyscraper boasts impressive views of Chicago from it's skydeck. Built in 1973, The Willis Tower was originally known as Sears Tower. One of the tallest buildings in the world, millions of people visit the observation deck to get a glimpse of it's amazing city views..
Michigan Avenue & The Magnificent Mile:
One of the most beautiful stretch of boulevards in America. Chicago's Magnificent Mile is full of great shops and restaurants, but it's views of the skyscrapers and the experience of the ambiance that surrounds it is what makes Magnificent Mile a must see!.
Known to be one of the most celebrated stadiums in America, Wrigley Field is known for it's long and rich baseball tradition. Home to the Chicago Cubs, Wrigley Field was built in 1914 and is the second oldest baseball Park. From it's ivy covered walls, the red bricks, old school scoreboard, and bleacher seats, it's a must place to visit for any die hard sports fan looking to be a part of a great baseball history.
For the art and music lovers! Historic and amazing is what this place is. One of the world's top symphony orchestras, experience live classical music at it's finest. The energy, the music and the history of the building is what makes this place truly special.