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#3 of 248 Sights & Landmarks in Chicago
The magnificent mile has something for everyone; shopping, museums, parks, great buildings old and new, rivers and canals, restaurants, malls, theaters, hotels, great views of the cityscape and Lake Michigan.
Take in the sights and fun of Millennium Park, the incredible Art Institute of Chicago, the architectural tour taken along the river (accessed of Michigan Avenue) and so many restaurants!! Enjoy this incredible ci...
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#13 of 248 Sights & Landmarks in Chicago
Awesome Experience Tilted with my Daughter and Sister at Night ..Best Views of Chicago 360 Degrees at Night Loved Loved Loved.
John Hancock Building is easy to access via buses on Michigan Avenue but I would definitely recommend walking up Michigan Avenue so that you can enjoy the fabulous landmarks especially the Tribune Building, the Pu...
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#17 of 248 Sights & Landmarks in Chicago
There are so many truly unique architectural landmarks in Chicago it is hard to name the "best" one but Tribune Tower sure ranks high and has as much or more Chicago History than most...think about all the amazing...
Yes, it is magnificent, unforgettable, marvelous, stunning, etc etc. Did you notice that Reviews about world-famous landmarks are usually short?
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#18 of 248 Sights & Landmarks in Chicago
Tucked in between many other tourist sites (Water Tower, John Hancock Centre, next to The Whitehall hotel) is this welcoming treasure.
This beautiful and majestic landmark left its mark on our family this Easter, as we were visiting our Chicago family.
#21 of 248 Sights & Landmarks in Chicago
I've enjoyed especially good views of the Wrigley Building from the Chicago River on a Chicago Architecture Tour and learned much about its architectural and historical importance in the process.
But viewed it from a Chicago River cruise, the 32nd floor of the Intercontinental, from the Michigan Avenue Bridge, the RIverwalk...no matter how you view it, it is a lovely piece of Chicago architecture.
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#25 of 248 Sights & Landmarks in Chicago
It marks the start of the Magnificent Mile on North Michigan and offers fabulous views of the Chicago River, which it spans, and many skyscrapers, including the famous Wrigley and Tribune buildings.
The bridge over the Chicago River enables viewers to see a full 360-degree view of the stunning skyline and Lake Michigan shore (Trump Tower is right in your face, so be prepared).
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#32 of 248 Sights & Landmarks in Chicago
Millions of people see this unforgettable landmark every year.
Wander in to view the huge gray metal pipes and see Old Kane and her Sisters Old DePaul, Old Pouliot and Old Sallis.
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#43 of 248 Sights & Landmarks in Chicago
Amazing views of Chicago and a great 'Tilt' experience!
You have a great view of the city, and an added bonus that it is like a ride at an amusement park so that it made my pre-teen happy.
#153 of 248 Sights & Landmarks in Chicago
I am so happy that I can just say a few words about this lovely little park that has found its proper place in the city ... and on the TripAdvisor site!
#178 of 248 Sights & Landmarks in Chicago
#233 of 248 Sights & Landmarks in Chicago