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Museo de arte
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“One of the biggest Museums in America with an amazing collection. The Modern Wing collections and Impressionists are my favorite. Also the best way to bring creative gift is to visit museum shop.”
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History Museum
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“Located at the south end of Grant Park, the Field Museum houses artifacts of natural and human history, including Sue the T-Rex, and an Egyptian tomb. Special exhibits often require separate tickets, see their website for details.”
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Science Museum
“This museum is a favorite and is very close. Located in the southeast side, take a bus 1/2 block from home and arrive within 10-15 minutes. If you're here for Christmas, it's a MUST SEE for beautiful Christmas trees from around the world.”
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Museo de arte
“My favorite art museum in Chicago. Great contemporary shows. Cute little cafe in the ground floor. Free music on the garden on Tuesdays. Free admission with an Illinois zip code on Tuesdays.”
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Planetarium
“Chicago's Adler Planetarium is America's first planetarium and a premiere resource for inspiring the next generation of space explorers.”
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Science Museum
“Looking for a big kid day? Visit the Science and Industry museum, by far my favorite museum that Chicago has to offer. They always have cool and new exhibits and events”
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History Museum
“Chicago History Museum was founded in 1856 to study and interpret Chicago's history. It is located in Lincoln Park at 1601 North Clark Street at the intersection of North Avenue in the Old Town Triangle neighborhood. ”
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Museum
“A must see! Our favorite museum in the city! No admission free (donations appreciated), and it's a perfect size to see in an afternoon. Extremely well curated. ”
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Sitio histórico
“Only the most notable architectural tour that you'll take of an American icon. All of our spaces are within a mile of the home and studio.”
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Museum
“OMG. This place. Always free. And always stunning. Not only are their thoughtfully curated rotating art exhibitions, on Wednesdays there is a free classical concert. Get there at 11:45 a.m. if you want a seat. Music starts at 12:15. (Grab yourself a Do-Rite Donut to scarf down on the way.)”
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Bar de cocteles
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“Small bar with great cocktails that transforms into a music venue/dance club at night. ”
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Science Museum
“Not really a zoo, but has two awe inspiring live exhibits, butterflies and tropical birds. Lots of fun kid activities. Short walk from Lincoln Park Zoo, houses the winter farmers market every other Saturday morning from Oct. thru April. By North Pond, a great birding spot in spring and summer. ”
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History Museum
“Celebrating over 50 years of sharing history, DuSable Museum of African American History is the nation's first independent museum dedicated to the collection, preservation and study of the history and culture of Africans and Americans of African descent. Exhibits, concerts, films, children's events and literary discussions are just a few of the institution's various programs offered.”
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Library
“We call downtown The LOOP! lots of restaurants, stores, sculpture ad so many more things and you need to walk and watch!”
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Museum
“Frank Lloyd Wright's Robie House sparked a revolution in residential architecture whose influence still reverberates today. Designated by the American Institute of Architects as one of the 10 most significant structures of the 20th century, this American treasure is celebrated as one of Chicago's most important works of art.”
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History Museum
“Tour the beautiful Gothic + modern architecture at the University of Chicago campus and stop in at the Oriental Institute Museum. It's full of the most amazing artifacts of the most ancient civilizations known to humans. They have real, fully preserved mummies!”
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