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360 Chicago, Formerly John Hancock Observatory
875 N Michigan Ave
94th Floor, Chicago, IL 60611
Perched 94 stories above the Windy City, the 360 Chicago provides commanding views of Lake Michigan and Chicago’s towering skyscrapers, including Willis Tower.
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100 Linden Ave, Wilmette, IL 60091
How much: Free admission
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1S151 Winfield Rd, Wheaton, IL 60189
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121 N LaSalle St, Chicago, IL 60602
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121 N LaSalle St, Chicago, IL 60602
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Chicago Cultural Center
78 E Washington St, Chicago, IL 60602
Drawn by its beauty and the fabulous free public events, hundreds of thousands of visitors come to the Chicago Cultural Center every year.
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20 N Wacker Dr, Chicago, IL 60606
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201 E Randolph St
Millennium Park, Chicago, IL 60602
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5216 W Lawrence Ave, Chicago, IL 60630
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50 W Washington St, Chicago, IL 60602
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230 S Dearborn St, Chicago, IL
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1579 North Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, IL 60622
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Frank Lloyd Wright House & Studio
951 Chicago Avenue, Oak Park, IL 60302
This world-renowned complex served as Wright's private residence and studio from 1889 to 1909. Wright used his home as an architectural laboratory, trying out design concepts.
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300 N Central Park Ave, Chicago, IL 60624
The Garfield Park Conservatory has showcased "landscape art under glass" for over 100 years on the West Side of Chicago.
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Kedzie and Logan, Chicago, IL
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100 W Randolph St, Chicago, IL 60601
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875 N Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL 60611
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Merchandise Mart Plaza, Chicago, IL 60654
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600 S Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL 60605
How much: Free
Museum of Contemporary Photography at Columbia College Chicago (MoCP) is the only museum in the Midwest with an exclusive commitment to photography and its evolving, interdisciplinary approaches.