Chicago is one of the largest U.S. cities, so it’s a given that there’ll be heaps of activities for you to enjoy.

Grab your mates and laugh your heads off at the Second City Theater, and indulge your cultured side by touring the Art Institute of Chicago or splurging on a night at the Chicago Symphony Center. Don’t spend your whole trip indoors, though. On a nice day, you can bike down Lakefront Trail or take a speedboat ride on Lake Michigan. Millennium Park is a massive green space with everything you could want, from art, to ice-skating, to theatre.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Chicago

What is a Chicago-style pizza?

Chicago-style pizza is a drool-worthy type of pizza that was first created in Chicago in the 1940s. Its unique crust contains a bit of cornmeal for flavour, and it's baked in a deep pan, which creates high edges for the crust-it's then loaded with heaps of cheese, chunky sauce, and other toppings. Bring us back a slice, will you?

Where is the Art Institute in Chicago?

The Art Institute is located right in the CBD, just a few blocks west of Lake Michigan. There are two entrances, each of which serves a separate wing of the institute. The historic building's entrance is located at 111 South Michigan Avenue and the modern wing's entrance is located at 159 East Monroe Street, Chicago, IL 60613.

Where is Wrigley Field?

Wrigley Field is located in the densely-populated North Side region of Chicago. You can find the historic ballpark at 1060 West Addison Street, Chicago, IL 60613.