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Chicago, the ‘windy city is famous for its interesting architecture, its vibrant arts scene, numerous cultural attractions and excellent shopping options. A trip to this windy city offers the visitors with some spectacular attractions. Following are some of the not to be missed tourist spots in Chicago.

Navy Pier

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The Navy Pier is one of the most popular tourist attractions of Orlando. It was originally opened as an amusement area and shipping facility in the year 1916. Today the Navy Pier consists of 50 acres of gardens, shopping places, dining areas, concert venues, attractions and parks.

Contact Details
600 E. Grand Avenue , Chicago, Illinois 60611
Phone: 1-800 595-7437
Website: www.navypier.com

Art Institute of Chicago


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Chicago’s Art Institute is a world class museum showcasing thousands of beautiful and attractive artworks. The collection at the Art Institute of Chicago includes different types of artwork like prints, painting, , photography, decorative arts, , textiles, sculpture, architectural drawings and more.

Contact Details
Art Institute of Chicago, 111 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60603-6404
Phone: 312-443-3600
Website: www.artic.edu

Millennium Park

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Millennium Park is another must visit place in downtown Chicago. The main attractions in this park include the interactive Crown Fountain, Jay Pritzker Pavilion-an outdoor concert venue,  Cloud Gate sculpture on the AT&T Plaza and Lurie Garden.

Website: http://www.cityofchicago.org/

Museum of Science and Industry

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Museum of Science and Industry was founded in the year 1933 Located at the north end of Jackson Park, this museum is one of Chicago’s most impressive museum. The museum is dedicated to the use of natural laws in technological and industrial development.

Contact Details
5700 S. Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illinois 60637-2093
Phone: 773-684-1414
Website: www.msichicago.org

Lyric Opera of Chicago

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The Lyric Opera of Chicago presents a full opera season to its local people as well as to the visitors from the month of October to March, with all the very popular classics. Lyric Opera of Chicago started in the year 1954 and it is world-renowned today.

Contact Details
20 N. Wacker Drive, Chicago, IL 60606
Phone: 312-332-2244
Website: www.lyricopera.org

Willis Tower SkyDeck

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Willis Tower SkyDeck was opened to the public in the year 1974. The height of the building is 1,453 feet with an observation area, called the SkyDeck, on the 103rd floor. There is also a glass box with a glass floor, known as the Ledge from where the visitors can have a spectacular view of the city below.

Contact Details
233 South Wacker Drive, Chicago
Phone: 312- 875-9447
Website: www.theskydeck.com


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