Things To Do in Chicago

Things To Do

Find things to do in Chicago. Browse the interactive map and directory and you can search for things to do near you. Get ideas for what to do in Chicago with our Top Things To Do and see what's popular in Chicago and check out the latest news and reviews for various activities, attractions, tours, things to do with kids, and more. With all of these options you'll never be bored in Chicago!

 

360 Chicago offers great views, themed events, and a ride that makes even Bull Garlington shriek.


3-steps you need to follow when you go to Fity/50, the number one sports bar in America (Nightclub & Bar Magazine, Maxim, Thrillist, Yahoo). Go ahead - treat yourself to a good time.


The close-up magic bar, featuring the bump out.

The Chicago Magic Lounge opens Thursday and features close-up magic and world-class illusionists - if you can find it.


If you're looking for free days at the Field Museum of Natural History, they're here! For the third year in a row, one of the best museums in the country is free for the entire month of February for Illinois residents.


If checking out Chicago's museums is on your list of things do in 2018, then January is the time to do it. Chicago's top museums offer several free days during the month.


The Shedd Aquarium offers free admission to Illinois residents 52 days a year. These are the dates that the Shedd Aquarium is free in 2018.


Meet Chef Bill Kim at Macy's on State Street. A select member of their Culinary Council, on Dec. 8 at 12pm, the popular chef will share stories as well as let you in on some culinary secrets and techniques. AND you get to eat and drink!


During the cold winter months in Chicago, ice skating is one of the most popular things to do for friends, families, and couples. Here are some of the best places to go ice skating in Chicago.


Beautiful butterfly at Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum in Chicago

These fantastic Chicago museums are offering free general admission days in November.


From October 19 - December 31, the River North gallery is hosting the first exhibition of Mardi Gras Indian artwork ever held. "Revealing Mardi Gras Indians: Beaded Art of a Hidden Culture" is an historic event featuring 14 exhibits, ranging from full suits to beaded fragments, some as many as 20 years old.