๐Ÿ“Œ What to Do and See in CHICAGO ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ

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Chicago is the third largest city in the United
States and is located on the southwestern shores of Lake Michigan. Best known as the “Windy City” because
the politicians blow hot air. Its biggest draw today is its green space
and architectural beauty, the most famous of which is Grant and Millennium park, home
to the famous Chicago Bean. More than that, you’ll find world-class
food, fun nightlife, lots of activities, and just a cool atmosphere. Top 5 Things to See and Do in Chicago 1. Relax in Grant and Millennium Park
Located right downtown, these gigantic parks provide a great place to hang out, have a
picnic, or go for a run. You can also find people playing chess out
here and during the summer they have a lot of free concerts. This is also where you will find the famous
“Chicago Bean” sculpture. 2. Visit the Art Institute of Chicago
Visit the famous Art Institute of Chicago. From photography to architecture to textiles,
this museum houses a permanent collection that includes works by Eva Hesse, David Hockney,
and Ellsworth Kelly. 3. Experience St. Patrick’s Day
Next to Ireland, Chicago is the best place to be on March 17th. With a large Irish-American population, St.
Patrick’s day is a celebration of Ireland’s patron saint Patrick who drove all the snakes
out of Ireland. The city even dyes their river green, the
streets are filled with tons of people, and there’s a big parade. 4. Be a kid at Navy Pier
Navy Pier is sort of like a carnival in a city. It contains some rides, a Ferris wheel, lots
of restaurants, a Shakespeare theater, boat tours, an oddly large number of beer gardens,
and even miniature golf. 5. See Robie House
This Frank Lloyd Wright masterpiece, completed in 1909, is a premier example of his Prairie
School design. Wright helped make Chicago architecture famous
and this house is one of his best-known buildings. Admission is $17 and it’s open Thursday-Monday. Discounts are available for students and seniors. Visit Chicago in the summer when life on the
lake comes alive. There’s not one person doesn’t say, “You
can’t get better than Chicago in the summer.”

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