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360 Chicago: Observation Deck Entry with a Drink at Bar 94

1. 360 Chicago: Observation Deck Entry with a Drink at Bar 94

Take your cocktail hour to a whole different level at Bar 94, 360 Chicago's own inviting bar located 1,000 feet over Chicago’s spectacular Magnificent Mile. Part observation deck, part cocktail and beer destination, Bar 94 combines breathtaking views and taste-tempting cocktail combinations. Featuring locally crafted beers from Revolution Brewing and locally inspired spirits from KOVAL Distillery, Bar 94 combines amazing 360-degree views with premium beer, wine, and spirits to give you a taste of Chicago you can’t find anywhere else. Your admission includes access to 360 Chicago, formerly The John Hancock Observatory, which combines superior lake views with close-ups of Chicago’s monumental landmarks. With views consistently rated as Chicago’s best, no other tower gets you closer to the heart of Chicago. Located on the Magnificent Mile and close to Navy Pier, 360 Chicago also provides easy access to Chicago’s premier shopping and dining districts. Choose from a select drink menu as follows: • Cocktails: Tequila Sunrise: house tequila, orange juice, grenadine, served with a cherry Appleseed: house apple whiskey, lemonade, cranberry juice, a splash of soda, served with a cherry Vodka Spritzer: house citrus vodka, sour mix, soda water, and a splash of cranberry juice, served with a lemon Summer Punch: Rumhaven coconut rum, cranberry juice, orange juice, served with an orange Team Captain: Captain Morgan white rum, orange juice, Sierra Mist, served with a lime • Wine: White (Chardonnay), red (Cabernet Sauvignon), or rosé • Beer: Revolution Cross of Gold, Miller Lite, Miller High Life, Miller Genuine Draft

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Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago Skip-the-Line Ticket

2. Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago Skip-the-Line Ticket

Pre-book and skip the lines to enter the Art Institute of Chicago, a world-class museum with hundreds of thousands of artworks. Here you can get an intimate view of some of the world's most famous art, from iconic contemporary and modern paintings to medieval masterpieces.  Experience the Institute’s vast collection of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist paintings, the largest outside The Louvre in Paris. See masterpieces such as Seurat's "A Sunday Afternoon on La Grand Jatte," Renoir's "Two Sisters (on the Terrace)”, and numerous paintings by Claude Monet first-hand. In the “Modern Art” collection, see iconic pieces such as Matisse's “Bathers by a River”, Brâncusi's “Golden Bird”, Magritte's “Time Transfixed”, O'Keeffe's “Black Cross, New Mexico”, Orozco's “Zapata”, Ivan Albright's “Picture of Dorian Gray”, and Lachaise's “Woman (Elevation)”. The “American Art” collection will show you work by renowned artists such as John Singer Sargent, James McNeill Whistler, Mary Cassatt, and Winslow Homer, as well as iconic Modernist holdings from Georgia O'Keeffe to the Mexican muralist Diego Rivera. In the “Contemporary Art” section, you will see ground-breaking works by Willem de Kooning, Eva Hesse, Jasper Johns, Ellsworth Kelly, Joan Mitchell, Bruce Nauman, Jackson Pollock, Gerhard Richter, and Cy Twombly. Use your pass to the full and browse the Institute’s other collections, including “European Painting and Sculpture Collection”, “Asian Collection”, “African Collection”, and “Medieval Collections”. As you walk through the halls, admire the museum’s architecture by Pritzker Prize-winning Renzo Piano, complementing the museum's original 1893 building, which was built for the World's Columbian Exposition of the same year.

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Chicago: Go City Explorer Pass Choice of 3-7 Attractions

3. Chicago: Go City Explorer Pass Choice of 3-7 Attractions

Save up to 40% off the retail price of admission at 25 top Chicago attractions and tours for 1 low price. Visit top sites such as the Navy Pier, Skydeck Chicago and The Field Museum. Create your own itinerary using the free digital guide included. Explore at your own pace on a hop-on and hop-off trolley tour and lake and river cruises. Enjoy the flexibility to choose the attractions when you get to Chicago, no need to pre-select activities. You have 60 days to use your pass from your first attraction visit. Included Attractions: Hop-On Hop-Off Big Bus Chicago: 1-Day Classic Tour 360 CHICAGO Navy Pier Centennial Wheel and Rides Adler Planetarium Ten Pin Bowling Lounge America Writers Museum Shoreline Architecture River Cruise Shoreline Classic Lake Tour Field Museum Museum of Science and Industry LEGOLAND Discovery Center Bike Chicago: 4 Hour Bike Rental Tall Ship WINDY Big Bus Chicago: Panoramic Night Tour Chicago Children's Museum Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Tour Chicago History Museum Museum of Contemporary Art Robie House Chicago Theatre Tour Panoramic and Scenic North Side Tour Ernest Hemingway Birthplace Home Historic Chicago South Shore Tour Grand Tour

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Chicago: Art Institute Tour Before Opening Hours with Guide

4. Chicago: Art Institute Tour Before Opening Hours with Guide

Experience a guided tour around some of the world’s greatest and most iconic art pieces at the Art Institute of Chicago. Avoid the crowds and lines, meeting your expert guide at the Institute before opening times and explore the expansive collection, learning more about both contemporary and classic pieces. Although the museum usually hosts 1.79 million people per year, you will be able to stroll among the pieces at leisure, getting up close and personal with works by famous and infamous artists like Edward Hopper, Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali and Andy Warhol. The Art Institute of Chicago is home to the greatest collection of Impressionist artwork in the world. Your guide will provide expert information on the collection and the museum’s history and hidden gems.

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LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Chicago

5. LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Chicago

Discover the many LEGO attractions at LEGOLAND Discovery Center Chicago. Hop aboard a royal chariot to save the princess on an interactive journey during the Kingdom Quest adventure ride. See famous LEGO characters on the big screen, like The LEGO Movie™: A New Adventure, at the 4D LEGO Cinema. Go faster and higher on Merlin’s Apprentice Ride where families control an enchanted cart to conjure the sorcerer’s spell. Explore MINILAND, a Chicago cityscape made entirely out of over 1.5 million LEGO Bricks. Create a LEGO racing car at the LEGO Build & Test and race vehicles on the test track for the quickest time. Build friendship in LEGO Friends Heartlake City and create new colorful additions to add to their growing town. Get a selfie with a LEGO Friend during the visit too. Trek into a LEGO Jungle Expedition and come face to face with incredible life-size LEGO jungle animals including tigers, hippos, and monkeys. Follow the quiz trail to learn fun facts about the LEGO jungle friends.

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Chicago: Medieval Torture Museum Ticket with Ghost Hunting

6. Chicago: Medieval Torture Museum Ticket with Ghost Hunting

Gain entry into one of the largest interactive torture museums in the USA with this attraction ticket. Explore the museum with an audio guide and learn about the terrible history of punishment, torture, and executions from humanity's darkest times. Enter the 5,000 square foot exhibition and get your audio guide from the greeter. Follow the guide's instructions to learn about the hundreds of examples of torture, interrogation, restraint, and execution devices. Gain a greater understanding of how the devices worked by viewing the wax sculptures depicting executioners and victims. While you explore the museum, you can also participate in the thrilling Ghost Hunting Experience by downloading the app.

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Chicago History Museum Admission

7. Chicago History Museum Admission

Explore the history of Chicago and America through a collection of permanent and temporary exhibits drawn from approximately 22 million holdings. "Chicago: Crossroads of America" explores Chicago’s development and its influence on American history. Explore a treasure trove of historical artifacts, including a chunk of the original Fort Dearborn, a restored original L train car, a re-created jazz club, and the actual first locomotive to operate in Chicago. Use all five senses to discover Chicago’s history with the “Sensing Chicago” exhibit, riding a high-wheel bike, hearing the Great Chicago fire, and even enjoying a famous Chicago-style hot dog. Check out temporary exhibitions on everything from Chicago art to the history of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Chicagoans, to the city's fashion history. Feel the intensity of the Great Chicago Fire and splendor of the World’s Columbian Exposition, explore the sights of bustling Maxwell Street in the 1950s and peer down from an I-beam at the top of the Sears Tower in the 1970s.

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What people are saying about Chicago

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 55 reviews

My husband walks with a cane, they offered us a wheelchair, and we easily went through the exhibits. I missed not having a cafe to eat.

Cheap, easy and fun. Your attention in very effective and timely chat, they always have service !!! I recommend it

Awesome experience and the drinks were great!! Bartenders were so friendly too!! Would go again!!

Beautiful museum with a wide variety of art to explore. There's something for everyone to view.

Awesome exhibits and nearby to my hotel- Palmer House