Chicago’s architecture has influenced American architecture more than any other. Many of our most notable buildings come from influences from the “Chicago School.”
Attractions in the Loop
Oh, the Chicago Pedway. What a perfectly unique quirk in this city full of surprises. This underground system of tunnels connects Chicago’s Loop, a fascinating and functional city below the city.
Situated directly behind the Pritzker Pavilion, the Harris theater is one of the gems in the Millennium Park crown and, as of 2003, one of the great venues in Chicago for viewing dance and music events.
Gene Siskel often ended his interviews by asking his subjects, “What do you know for sure?” What I know for sure is not only that Siskel had a lasting effect on Chicago and on film but also that the center is a fitting tribute to his legacy.
Before boasting the big red Macy’s star, Marshall Field’s was a Chicago shopping staple. Check out the history of this famed department store.
Is stress bunching your muscles up like the plot of Lost? Minute Massage Inc. is helping to relieve the stress of the city one knotted back at a time.
Since the 1920s the theater has hosted great musicians, comedians, and entertainers including Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Robin Williams, Prince, and many more.
River boat tours focusing on Chicago’s unique and diverse buildings are a fun, relaxing way to learn about the city for both visitors and long-time residents.
Chicago’s Downtown Theater District is a hub of artistic talent and the closest you can get to Broadway without setting foot on a plane.
Buckingham Fountain symbolizes Lake Michigan and is one of the world’s largest and most beautiful fountains.