The Chicagoland area is now home to two UNESCO World Heritage sites.
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Monday, July 8, 2019 4:00 PM by Kelsey O'Connor
Wednesday, June 28, 2017 10:00 PM by Casey Huisenga
Fourth of July is creeping up on us, Chicago. Conveniently, this year it falls on a Tuesday, meaning it’s the perfect opportunity to spend a long July 4 weekend in Chicago. Celebrate this Independence Day with a concert or a food festival or a boat cruise. Work your way through this summer bucket list to cover all the basics. Or test out this action-packed adventurer's itinerary. Below are more ideas on things to do in Chicago this weekend and events for the extended holiday!
Tuesday, June 6, 2017 8:00 PM by Max Grinnell
Folks around Chicago and the world are excited about the ongoing celebration of Frank Lloyd Wright’s work as they continue to honor the 150th anniversary of his birth. You may already be in the know if you’re an architecture fan, but even if you're not, the Pedal Oak Park bike tour being offered this summer is a great opportunity to celebrate the architectural master and check out some of his famous places, all from the seat of your cruiser bicycle.
Chicago's boat tours are one of the most popular attractions during the summertime, and for good reason. The tours are a great way to get to know the history and architecture of the city. Plus the views of the buildings from water-level are just stunning. But there are a number of different tour companies that offer boat tours, so which one is right for you? Let our guide help you decide!
Wednesday, April 26, 2017 12:00 AM by Rosalind Cummings-Yeates
Chicago is a city easily explored by foot or riding the 'L' train, with chances to view the architecture up close and experience the fabulous neighborhoods and parks. But for those times out of the year when the city weather is less cooperative, and for visitors who want the leisurely enjoyment and educational edification of a bus tour of Chicago, we'e got you covered. Check out these touring bus companies for another view of Chicago.
One of the best ways to get to know a city is by walking around and learning about it on foot. That being said, it also helps to have a guide who's knowledgeable and can give you information from an insider's point of view (and places to check out once the tour is over). Here are 6 of Chicago's best walking tours: