Chicago neighborhood guides
Chicago is always called a city of neighborhoods, and it is so
true. We love how each pocket of this big city can still feel like
a cozy community with it's own unique restuarants, shops,
playgrounds and more. Here are some of our favorite picks from
neighborhoods around the city to help your family explore.
Take in the sights and sounds of this vibrant and family-friendly neighborhood by foot.
As the The Day of the Dead draws near, plan a family visit to this southern Chicago neighborhood.
This growing neighborhood offers parks, play spaces and family-friendly food to keep you busy all day.
For those who've never been, or have memories of being single in Rogers Park, you'll be pleasantly surprised to learn that it's a family destination, too.
The jumble of old and new, bold and subdued, treasure and trinkets that is Chicago's Chinatown will fascinate kids, and the untamed, "what'll-I-find-today," street-bazaar feel ensures no two trips will be alike.
From pretty princess attire to canine cakes, these Lakeview shops have everything you can dream of.
Delicious brunch, comic books and old-fashioned charm await you in this western suburb of Chicago.
The L-shaped stretch of Roscoe Street and Belmont Avenue makes for a walkable day of shopping, fun for parents and little ones alike.
Recently called out as an "Opportunity Area" by Mayor Rahm Emanuel, this vibrant area full of restaurants and shops is on the rise, and makes for a fun place to spend an afternoon.
Home to Chicago's only hills, an Irish castle, legendary burgers and one-of-a-kind ice cream cones, the Beverly Neighborhood is definitely worth a visit.
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