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Adler Planetarium

Built in 1930 as the nation's first, the Adler Planetarium features three theatres that all display different shows about the universe. The architecture of the planetarium won Ernest A. Grunsfeld awards for his design.[Learn more]

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Arlington Park

Arlington Park is a horse-racing track just outside the city of Chicago, and has been referred to as "the most beautiful track in America." Hugely popular when it first opened in the 1930s, it is still a busy venue, seating up to 50,000.[Learn more]

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Chicago Botanic Garden

The Chicago Botanic Garden is a 385-acre living-plant museum located on the outskirts of the city. Taking root in the gardens are 2.4 million plants, one of the largest collections in the world.[Learn more]

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Garfield Park Conservatory

Opened in April 1908, The Garfield Park Conservatory has showcased "landscape art under glass" on the West Side of Chicago for over 100 years. The park itself is a 184-acre open space near Lake Michigan.[Learn more]

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John Hancock Center

Designed by famed architecture firm Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, the John Hancock Center rises 100 stories above downtown Chicago. The building is home to offices and many restaurants, but the main attraction is the open-air SkyWalk on the roof.[Learn more]

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Magnificent Mile

The Windy City's Magnificent Mile packs an entire vacation into a mere eight blocks. Along this corridor visitors can marvel at Chicago's architectural wonders, shop at nearly 500 boutiques and retailers, or eat at one of the 200 restaurants.[Learn more]

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Millennium Park

Millennium Park opened in 2004 and quickly became one of the most visited sites in the city. The park sits on top of a parking garage and commuter rail station, thus qualifying it as the world's largest rooftop garden.[Learn more]

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Navy Pier

Navy Pier was built in 1916 by the city of Chicago and today it is still their top tourist attraction. It began primarily to serve the purpose of lake freighters and warehouses, but today it is primarily a public gathering place.[Learn more]

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Skydeck Chicago

How brave are you? Step out onto The Skydeck, a glass box extending out 4.3 feet and sitting 1,353 feet high, and look down. You just may feel like you're on top of the world or floating in the air like a bird.[Learn more]

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Wrigley Field

Wrigley Field is one of Major League Baseball's oldest parks, second only to Fenway Park in Boston. To this day the original, hand-operated scoreboard is still on display and in use and the outfield wall is covered in timeless ivy.[Learn more]

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