Chicago’s Best Attraction Pass:
The best bang for the buck, see 25 of the top attractions including some of our favorites as outlined below. All this for the price of one attraction. Buy a 1 to 7 day card starting at only $55. Below is what the card entitles you to:
Major Attractions: Adler Planetarium, John Hancock Observatory, Sears Tower Sky Deck, Navy Pier, The Field Museum and Chicago History Museum among others.
Theme Parks: Arlington Park, Millennium Park, Safari Land, etc.
Day Trips: Harbor Country, Michigan, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, Long Grove, Naperville, Oak Park
Chicago Tours: Chicago Architecture Foundation, Chicago History Museum Walking Tours, Shoreline Sightseeing Skyline Cruise and more
Top Museums: The Field Museum, The Art Institute of Chicago, The Notebaert Nature Museum, Chicago Children’s Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago History Museum, and many more.
Read below to view our recommended attractions in Chicago
Adler Planetarium: If exploring the universe is your style, Adler Planetarium is just the place to head to. The First Planetarium in the US, you’ll not just be able to test your lunar knowledge, but also attempt first and possibly, only, moon jump! Get a peak at the NASA’s fully restored Gemini 12 spacecraft too.
Shedd Aquarium: Hop the ticket line and dive straight into the awesome world of the largest indoor aquarium in the world with more than 20,000 species of marine animals; Sharks, corals and lots more.
John Hancock Observatory: Hop the ticket line once more and WHIZ along 1000 feet with the fastest elevator in the US. Get dizzy or dazzled with the magnificent 360-degree views of 4 different states. Before you plant your feet back on terra firma, attempt some Sky walking on the open to Air Bridge.
Frederick C. Robie House: An awe inspiring piece of architectural marvel, this structure is a canvas of horizontal planes, long ribbons of glass windows and striking cantilevers. It is also part of elite Top Ten Buildings of the Century list.
LEGOLAND Discovery Centre: This world of LEGO is an absolute fulfilled destination for kids! Life sized adventures in this 30,000 sq. foot wide sprawling center offer just everything from 4D LEGO characters to dragon rides.
Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio: The maestro’s own abode is a must see for everyone. The birth place of Prairie-style homes is a delightful tour of the great architect’s 25 original works.
Sears Tower Sky Deck: Hop the ticket line yet again and gear up to ZOOM up! Nothing will prepare you for the thrilling adventure that begins with a multimedia elevator ride, and ends with THE best view of the Windy City. Perched at 1,353 feet, not only do you feel like a bird but you also get a bird’s eye view of the city below!
Some other captivating sights include Watertower Place, Michigan Avenue strip and Chicago Place. Dare we say forget the BLUES and get Groovy with Chicago!