Note: Go Chicago Card customers receive General Admission ticket plus admission to choice of either Underground Adventure or Cyrus Tang Hall of China special exhibits.
Insider Tip: During spring breaks, summers, holidays, and special occasions, the Museum frequently extends or shortens hours. Please check the website or call for details.
Immerse yourself in a world inspired by the popular films and experience what it would be like to walk among dinosaurs in Jurassic World: The Exhibition. You’ll get to see real dinosaur fossils and travel to Isla Nublar as a VIP guest to explore Jurassic World through multi-sensory experiences that take you up close to a Brachiosaurus, Velociraptor, Tyrannosaurus rex, and more.
See the world’s wonders in one place at The Field Museum. Come face-to-face with SUE, the world’s largest T. rex, descend into an ancient Egyptian tomb, and explore over 10,000 years of Chinese history and culture. With 4.6 billion years in one place, The Field Museum takes you around the world and back in time.
World-renowned for its state-of-the-art exhibits, leading scientific research, and impressive collection of artifacts and specimens big and small, The Field Museum inspires curiosity and tells the story of life on Earth.
It’s conveniently located on Chicago’s Museum Campus, alongside the Shedd Aquarium and the Adler Planetarium, and is one the top attractions in the city.
SUE the T. rex (now on display through construction in Evolving Planet): Get an up-close look at the largest, most complete T. rex in the world.
Cyrus Tang Hall of China: Explore a culture of deep tradition and dynamic change and travel across thousands of years of history of one of the world’s most influential civilizations.
Underground Adventure: Shrink to the size of a bug and explore the world at one hundred times its normal size.
Inside Ancient Egypt: Descend into an ancient Egyptian tomb where 23 Egyptian mummies and 5,000 year old hieroglyphics reside.
Evolving Planet: Wander through 4 billion years of life on Earth, walk among dinosaurs, and see fossils being prepped in our scientists’ lab.
DNA Discovery Center: Watch actual research in the making as you observe and interact with scientists at work extracting DNA.
Grainger Hall of Gems: See exquisite rare jewels and gold objects in one of the largest collections of gems and stones in the world.
Enjoy the following with your Go Chicago® Card:
For fastest access to the Museum, enter the Museum at the south entrance and proceed to the will-call desk and skip the line.
Note: Go Chicago Card customers also receive admission to either Underground Adventure or Cyrus Tang Hall of China special exhibits.
Other special exhibits not typically included with Go Chicago Card general admission. Additional admission upgrade may be paid at Museum based on availability.
During spring breaks, summers, holidays, and special occasions, the Museum frequently extends or shortens hours. Please check the website or call for details.
From the city, north of the Field Museum: Take Lake Shore Drive (US-41) south past Grant Park. Continue south until the 18th street exit. Turn left on 18th street and continue as it bends left, becoming Museum Campus Drive. Entrance to the parking garage will be on your left on Museum Campus Drive.
From the city, south of the Field Museum: Take Lake Shore Drive (US-41) north. Continue on Lake Shore Drive until the 18th street exit. Turn right on 18th street and continue as it bends left, becoming Museum Campus Drive. Entrance to the parking garage will be on your left on Museum Campus Drive.
CTA Trains: Take the Red, Green or Orange line to Roosevelt, transfer to an eastbound #146 Roosevelt bus which will drop you off across the street from the Field Museum.
CTA buses: #146 stops along Michigan Avenue north of the river and on State south of it provide regular daily service directly to a stop across from the Field Museum;
CTA bus #6, the Jeffery Express, also stops on State Street between Wacker and Congress. This bus stops at Roosevelt Road and Columbus Drive. Cross Columbus Drive and walk east through the Museum Campus to reach The Field Museum.
For transit information call (312) 836-7000.