Planning a vacation to Chicago? Our insiders put together a list of our top free things to do in Chicago.
After all, you’ll want to save some funds to invest in deep-dish pizza and a couple of famous Chicago-style hotdogs!
The Art Institute of Chicago is debuting an exciting new exhibit this summer – “Onchi Koshiro: The Abstract Prints.” This exhibit is among the most significant displays of his work to date, as the Art Institute of Chicago is one of only… [Read More]
Now that Chicago’s frigid winter has mellowed into a tolerable February and a mild March lingers, it’s the perfect time to start planning your Chicago vacation. The Chicago attractions that fill the Mid-western city with vivacity and brilliance have been under wraps… [Read More]
Anyone who is heading to the SecondCity for Valentine’s Day should expect a first-rate time as there are tons of great things to do in Chicago that will delight couples and singles alike! For a romantic evening with some stellar Italian food,… [Read More]
A highly anticipated event for automobile enthusiasts around the world, the annual Chicago Auto Show presents a wide breadth of sensational auto models. The first Chicago Auto Show was presented in 1901, and has since been staged more than any other auto… [Read More]
All around the United States, big cities and small towns alike are kicking off the holiday season with merry festivals, parades, and parties. However, no one does it quite like Chicago, a city known for its top-of-the-line entertainment. This Saturday, November 17th,… [Read More]
Summer is all about mouth-watering seasonal food and outdoor family fun. As usual, Chicago is turning up the heat with the Taste of Chicago, “A 4-Star Feastival of Food and Fun.” The famous Taste of Chicago is the world’s largest food festival,… [Read More]
For those scared of heights, the Sears Tower Skydeck was probably never on their list of “must-see’s.” But the new glass floored observation point will undoubtedly thrill those looking for the ultimate view from the United States’ tallest building. “I’m not going out on… [Read More]
The site for Go Chicago Card has a completely new look. The old site has been replaced with a new site that offers a number of improvements for customers. The site has been folded in under a new top navigation bar that allows customers see… [Read More]
February 25 through October 25, 2009 the Field Museumwill have a fascinating exhibit on display about the Whydah, an early 18th century slave ship that became a pirate ship after her capture by Sam Bellamy in 1717. The exhibit is entitled Real Pirates:… [Read More]