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Attraction Tours

The stops on our Chicago Attraction Tours are:

  1. Buckingham Fountain – This famous attraction is housed in Grant Pack.  It was funded in 1927 by Kate Buckingham in memory of her late brother. One of the largest fountains in the world, its four sea horses represent the four states that border Lake Michigan: Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan.
  1. Chicago Cultural Center – This national historic landmark is a showplace for the performing arts, literary and visual arts, featuring a huge variety of programs presented by the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs.
  1. John Hancock Observatory – Features the world famous Cheesecake Factory, the Observation Deck, the signature restaurant on the 95th floor and the Signature Room or the 96th floor.
  1. Adler Planetarium – One of the attractions of the museum park, the Adler Planetarium houses the 360 degree Grainger Sky Theater and the permanent exhibit planet explorers.
  1. Art Institute of Chicago – A world class museum which boasts one of the nation’s largest permanent collections of impressionist paintings and an extensive display of Asian art. The modern wing features an extensive collection of 20th and 21st century art.
  1. Chicago History Museum – Explore Chicago past and present with exhibits like the detailed, restored car No. 1 and memorabilia from the 1893 World’s Colombian Exposition.
  1. The Field Museum – This museum focuses on science, environment, and culture and is famously known for being home to Dinosaur Sue and the restored and mounted skeleton of the largest and most complete T-rex ever found.
  1. Shedd Aquarium – The Shedd is home to an array of fascinating sea animals. The renovated oceanarium features the popular belugas, otters, dolphins and the Fantasea Mammal Show.
  1. The Bean – The original name of the attraction is called “Cloud Gate.” This sculpture looks like an inverted bean and thus the name it was given.
  1. Navy Pier – This attraction houses the Children’s Museum, Ferris Wheel and is the docking place for the tall ships.