10 Best Tourist Attractions in Chicago Must Be Visited

10 Best Tourist Attractions in Chicago Must Be Visited

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3 Popular Attractions In Illinois

  • Museum of Science and Industry: Museum in Chicago, Illinois.
  • Pennsylvania Facts:

    • The NFL’s Chicago Bears were first known as the “Staley Bears”. They were organized in 1920, in Decatur.
    • In 1905, president of the Chicago Cubs filed charges against a fan in the bleachers for catching a fly ball and keeping it.
    • TheFerris wheelwas invented in Chicago 1893 for presentation atthe World's Columbia Exposition.
    • Also in 1930, Chicago opened the first planetarium in the western hemisphere:Adler Planetarium.
    Chicago, Illinois
    City of Chicago
    Official seal of Chicago, Illinois

    Etymology: Miami-Illinois: shikaakwa (‘wild onion‘ or ‘wild garlic')
    Nicknames:

    Windy City, Chi-Town, City of the Big Shoulders,[1] Second City, My Kind of Town
    (for more, see full list)
    Motto(s):

    Latin: Urbs in Horto (City in a Garden); I Will
    Interactive map of Chicago
    Coordinates:

    41°52′55″N 87°37′40″W / 41.88194°N 87.62778°W / 41.88194; -87.62778Coordinates: 41°52′55″N 87°37′40″W / 41.88194°N 87.62778°W / 41.88194; -87.62778[2]

    Country United States
    State Illinois
    Counties Cook, DuPage
    Settled c. 1780; 242years ago(1780)
    Incorporated (town) August12, 1833; 188 years ago(1833-08-12)
    Incorporated (city) March4, 1837; 185 years ago(1837-03-04)
    Founded by Jean Baptiste Point du Sable
    Government

    •Type Mayor–council
    •Body Chicago City Council
    Mayor Lori Lightfoot (D)
    City Clerk Anna Valencia (D)
    City Treasurer Melissa Conyears-Ervin (D)
    Area

    City 234.53sqmi (607.44km2)
    •Land 227.73sqmi (589.82km2)
    •Water 6.80sqmi (17.62km2)
    Elevation

    [2](mean)
    597.18ft (182.02m)
    Highestelevation

    – near Blue Island
    672ft (205m)
    Lowestelevation

    – at Lake Michigan
    578ft (176m)
    Population

    City 2,746,388
    •Rank
    • 3rd in the United States
    • 1st in Illinois
    •Density 12,059.84/sqmi (4,656.33/km2)
    Metro

    9,618,502 (3rd)
    Demonym(s) Chicagoan
    Time zone UTC−06:00 (Central)
    •Summer (DST) UTC−05:00 (Central)
    ZIP code prefixes
    606xx, 607xx, 608xx
    Area codes 312, 773, and 872
    FIPS code 17-14000
    GNIS feature ID 0428803
    International airports
    Commuter rail Metramlogo.svg
    Rapid transit Chicago Transit Authority Logo.svg
    Website chicago.gov

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    10 Best Tourist Attractions in Chicago Must Be Visited

    2 thoughts on “10 Best Tourist Attractions in Chicago Must Be Visited

    1. I could be wrong, but I don’t see much that NYC or Los Angeles or San Diego hasn’t got (apart from the Bean). Those three cities are places I have visited in the last few years. Good museums, good zoos , tourist cruises and nice theatres and shows exist around the world. Does Chicago have anything that is unique?

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