Chicago is a town of many things from its Chicago hot dogs to its Deep Dish pizza. However, there is more than food in Chicago.
Chicago host some of the intriguing sites in the United States. There are free sites and parks to check out like the following:
- Millennium Park – Millennium Park is synonymous with the Cloud Gate aka the Bean and located within Grant Park. I’m sure you seen those annoying selfies on your Instagram feed in front of this rusted bean. Click here for our review.
- Mag Mile – The mile long street filled with shopping options and filled with a bunch of useless garbage. Click here for our review.
However, the museums and city views are not free and it’s definitely not cheap like a South East Asian prostitute sitting next to an old European man in his 70s. These are the top museums and city views in Chicago with the price of each venue.
- Shedd Aquarium (Adult $55; Kids $45): Click here for our review.
- SkyDeck (the see-through ledge) (Adult $22; Kids $14): Click here for our review.
- Field Museum (Adult $35; Kids $24): Click here for our review.
- Museum of Science + Industry (Adult $18; Kids $11)
- 360 Chicago (Adult $35; Kids $30)
- Art Institute of Chicago (Adult $35; Kids free): Click here for our review.
The good news is Chicago is a city that offers a CityPASS. Bad news is it’s going to be another 100 years til the Cubs win another World Series. Good news #2 is it’s a lot cheaper than paying an entrance fee for each location. Here is the breakdown of the price:
The savings are pretty significant. It’s 53% off of admission and you get to choose 5 out of the 7 listed above to visit. That’s like choosing your favorite family members and forgetting the rest. Only if we could be so lucky in life all the time. Anyway, I usually buy my CityPASS online before I get there, so I don’t have to deal with any ticket lines. Here’s a link to make your life easier:[adinserter block=”3″]