Places to go - Outdoors

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Lincoln Square

German flavor still resonates. The Chicago Brauhaus (4732 N. Lincoln Ave.), with the same owners for 45 years, is known for its German and American...

  

Little Italy

Stop for a hearty meal or a refreshing Italian ice. The cafeteria-style original Pompei Bakery (1531 W. Taylor St.) is kid friendly and has a selection...

  

Ukrainian Village

The Ukrainian National Museum of Chicago (2249 W. Superior St.) chronicles Ukrainian history, traditions and cultures. Try an old-style Ukrainian buffet...

  

Pilsen

This is the heart of Chicago's Mexican-American community and its hubs is the Mexican Museum of Art (1852 W. 19th St.). Admission is free. Try traditional...

  

Buckingham Fountain

The fountain, one of the largest in the world, has been a Chicago attraction for more than 80 years. The fountain spouts 14,100 gallons of water every...

  

Millennium Park

The 24.5-acre Millennium Park features architecture, sculpture and landscape design. The Millennium Park Welcome Center, 201 E. Randolph St., has maps...

  

Navy Pier

Navy Pier offers visitors more than 50 acres of parks, promenades, gardens, shops, restaurants and attractions, as well as an array of family-oriented...

  

Under the Picasso at the Daley Plaza

Under the Picasso at Daley Plaza features lunchtime performances, ethnic festivals, holiday celebrations and a farmers market. Kids will enjoy sliding...

  

Antique Coach and Carriage

Experience the city 19th-century style in an antique Victorian carriage. Choose your own routes in open and closed carriages.

  

Chicago Architecture Foundation River Cruise aboard Chicago’s First Lady

River cruises depart from Michigan Avenue and Wacker Drive, just north of Millennium Park. Docents provide the 90-minute tour with entertaining and fact-filled...

  

 







 
 
 
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