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I searched for it using the website and the guides, the only place that looked like it was a winemaking place. Pretty poor not to mention you won’t be there. Gonna give this place a huge thumbs down just for that
We took our two grandsons (7 and 10) and daughter to the exhibit. There were some hands on exhibits to teach the kids about the machines. As adults, we learned a lot also. We also enjoyed the movie about DaVinci.
The recreated machines are small, the exhibit does not contain all of the 'machines' that the video t the exhibit is talking about. The verbiage attached to each was rather limited and there was no overall information on DaVinci's history, his 'codex' of drawings, etc....More
I recommend all families attend. Or even by yourself visit this amazing experience. It make you travel in the past and you will be shocked at how connected we are with DaVinci of every minute of every day. Make sure you allow enough time for...More
We learned so much about Da Vinci’s machines and art. The movie is very informative and educational. This is a very professional, well-done exhibit. Da Vinci was a man ahead of his time and it was fun getting to know him better. Highly recommended.
DaVinci was truly accomplished, as described in the excellent presentation by our docent. The model machines on display highlight some of his work. When you first arrive, check what the timing is for the docent tour & for the video presentation. The models can be...More
Over 400 stores pack the concrete along Michigan Avenue, the eight-block stretch known as Magnificent Mile. This area between Oak Avenue and the Chicago River is more a shopping paradise than a full-out neighborhood. For prime upscale shopping, this is the place to go. It’s busy, energetic, and packed with shoppers. You'll also find hundreds of restaurants and dozens of hotels, all on the mid- to high-end scale.
Some of the city’s most iconic buildings like the Wrigley Building, John Hancock Center and other architectural marvels define the magnificence of this neighborhood.