The view from the bridge is one of the best vistas the city has to offer. The friezes on the bridgetender towers are well executed but the subject matter would nowadays be... more »
One of the top academic sites in the United States, and probably the university with the most Nobel prize winners (especially in physics and economics) anywhere. The campus is... more »
Located on Chicago's Magnificent Mile, this gothic style church includes a cloister and hosts many concert events. It makes a peaceful refuge from the shopping hustle and bustle. more »
Formerly Marshall Field's this early twentieth century vintage department store is known for its mosaic covered atrium and its Walnut Room restaurant, a famed luncheon venue... more »
Wicker Park is the former meca of the Chicago art community and location of the bi-annual "Around the Coyote" art festival. The area has experienced massive economic growth over... more »
This building was formerly known as the Medina Temple and belonged to the Shriners' fraternal organization. It was a performance site for circuses and other events. It has been... more »
Lincoln Park Zoo: Just minutes from downtown Chicago, the zoo is free and open 365 days a year. Experience great apes, big cats and other amazing animals.