1. Take a Boat Tour with us. An architectural boat tour is a great way to learn about Chicago’s history and architecture. We have been rated as the best by Chicago Sun-Times, “Without Question The Best Architectural Tour Available in Chicago: Witty, Informative, Engaging.”
2. Visit Navy Pier. Navy Pier has several rides and attractions that overlook Lake Michigan.
3. Visit the Chicago History Museum. The Chicago History Museum stands at the crossroads of America’s past and its future. If you live in Chicago or visit here and are curious about the city’s past, present, and future, the Museum should be your first stop.
4. Eat Chicago Deep Dish Pizza. Chicago is known for there Deep Dish Pizza. Everyone has there favorite pizza eateries. Here are a few of the most popular restaurants: Giordano’s, Lou Malnati’s, Gino’s East, and Uno’s.
5. Go to a Cubs, Sox, Bulls, Bears, and Blackhawks game. Chicago is known as the one of the worlds greatest sports cities.
6. Go Shopping on the Magnificent Mile. With over 450 retail stores, endless dining options there is something for everyone on Magnificent Mile.
7. Go take a tour of the Sears Tower, now known as the Willis Tower Skydeck & Ledge. The Ledge glass balconies offer 365-views of Chicago. The Skydeck attracts more than one million visitors annually who enjoy views of up to 50 miles and four states.
8. Go to a Blues/Jazz Club. Chicago has several jazz & blues clubs located over the city. For more information go to http://www.chicagojazz.com/
9. Have dinner at the Signature room on 96th floor in the John Hancock building. The Signature Room in the John Hancock building is at the heart of Chicago’s Magnificent Mile. The restaurant offers American cuisine with breathtaking views of the city.
10. Go to a festival. Chicago has several festivals throughout the summer months. To name a few: The taste of Chicago, Jazz Festival, Lollapalooza, and Celtic Fest.