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Must-sees if you are on holiday in Chicago:
Dinosaur Sue at the Field Museum:
Sue is the largest, most complete, and best preserved Tyrannosaurus rex
fossil yet discovered. Sue is a permanent feature at The Field Museum, and
there is no additional charge to see her. Visitor details HERE.
If the weather is nice, pay a visit to Navy Pier
Ride the Ferris Wheel for a great view of Chicago and hop on a boat
tour through the lake and the Chicago River.
On board a boat tour:
See the U-505 German Submarine at the Museum of Science and Industry
Walk inside the real U-505—the only German submarine in the United
States. Details HERE.
For something completely different, try the Untouchable Tours Gangster Tour.
See all the gangster hot spots from the 20s, surrounded by men in costume -- the
guns and shots will especially heighten the atmosphere. Details HERE. See
Chicago's most infamous sites: the Biograph Theater, scene of the St.
Valentine's Day Massacre, Dion O'Bannion's flower shop, and others.
The Art Institute of Chicago
View an extensive collection of art. Located at 111 S. Michigan Ave. For
exhibition details, click HERE.
Take your photo in the Bean at Millennium Park
Located at 55 N. Michigan Ave, Millennium Park is just north of the Art Institute.
Stroll down the Magnificent Mile and do some Shopping!
Walk north on Michigan Avenue starting near 625 N. Michigan. Details HERE.
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Chicago's Best Tourist Attractions
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