Search

You searched for "chicago tours".

Show Filters
Showing 421 - 440 of 442 items

What to Do on a Day in Chicago

Chicago is one of the world’s great cities. That means finding things there for one day is both easy and a challenge. Easy, because there’s so...

American Architecture Begins with Frank Lloyd Wright in Oak Park and Chicago

 By Andrea Brown, Frank Lloyd Wright TrustFrank Lloyd Wright spent the first 20 years of his career living and working in the Chicago area. It was...

11 Must-See Chicago Skyscrapers

Chicago is one of the world’s great architectural destinations. Walk along any downtown street and you’ll see example after example of superb design, from neo-gothic, to...

2 Great Chicago Sporting Drought-Breakers

You’ll hear Chicago sports fans described in a lot of ways. “Passionate.” “Dedicated.” “Loyal.” There’s no question their teams mean a lot to them.When it comes...

Planes, Trains & Automobiles - Chicago Southland's Transportation Significance

Written by Chicago Southland Convention & Visitors BureauThe Chicago Southland is easily accessible by air, rail or expressway, but the experience doesn’t stop with the journey. The...

Art Design Chicago

Chicago is well known for its baseball, deep-dish pizza and, of course, spectacular architecture. Many are also aware of the world-class Art Institute of Chicago and...

Chicago Theatre Week

In a city like Chicago, you're bound to find something for everyone — the sports nuts, the foodies, the history buffs. For the performance art-loving group,...

America's First Auto Race: Chicago to Evanston

NASCAR, IndyCar, motocross—America loves its motorsports. Every year, millions of Americans gather to watch daredevil drivers push metal steeds to their limits.It’s a tradition that began...

Chicago Distilling Company

Meet Chicago’s DiPrizio family - Noelle, Jay and Vic. Entrepreneurs, whiskey enthusiasts, and heirs to a trove of family recipes, cooked long ago in copper stills...

The Time They Lifted Chicago Fourteen Feet

Walking down the magnificent streets of downtown Chicago, towering skyscrapers on all sides of you, you probably couldn’t guess the incredible scheme the city carried out...

Millennium Park: Chicago's Front Yard

Completed in 2004, Millennium Park is a state-of-the-art collection of architecture, landscape design and art located in the heart of the city. Chicago’s second largest visitor...

The Chicago Bears and History’s Biggest NFL Victory

It’s hard to pick the Chicago Bears’ finest moment. For nearly a century, the team has occupied a special place in the Chicago psyche (“’Da Bears!”...

Art Smith's Chicago

While shivering through his first Chicago winter, celebrity chef and Florida native Art Smith remembers the advice a local friend gave him. “He said, ‘Just imagine that...

What to Do While Attending Bears Training Camp

The Bears are back.The Illinois. Are You Up For Amazing? Chicago Bears Training Camp has returned to its preseason training facility on the campus of Olivet...

Hike, Bike, Climb, Paddle Chicago

Chicago has beautiful natural features, but one thing it doesn’t have: elevation. Illinois ranks as one of the flattest states in the U.S. But, that smooth...

Celebrating the Year of Chicago Music

After wonderful year-long celebrations of Chicago theater, public art, and creative youth, the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events has designated 2020 as the "Year...

Pride of Chicago

Hot HangoutsNorthalstedA Legacy Walk of rainbow-color totems with plaques honoring LGBTQ rights advocates lines the main thoroughfare of this anchor to Chicago’s gay scene. It’s also...

5 Lesser-Known Chicago Museums You Need to Explore

Most people are already familiar with Chicago’s must-see museums: the Museum of Science and Industry, the Field Museum, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Shedd Aquarium,...

Chicago’s Best Bars for Whiskey Lovers

Like towns all over Illinois, Chicago is full of great bars and nightclubs, but if you're anything like me, nothing beats a glass of that smooth,...