Five Fun Things to Do In Chicago Today

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Chicago is a city that offers you an endless list of possibilities for things to see and do there, regardless of age. It's a beautiful and bustling metropolitan city, with the Chicago River as a backdrop. If you're a shopper, well then this is the place to drop! 😉 There's tons of family adventures that everyone will want to partake in, there's history and a whole lot in between!

If you're thinking about taking a trip there or maybe you're just curious, here are five fun things to do in Chicago.

The Adler Planetarium and Astronomy Museum was the first planetarium in the Western Hemisphere and has stayed on cutting edge technology by introducing the world's first interactive computer graphics theater presentation called the StarRider Theater.

The Shedd Aquarium is the world's largest indoor aquarium and has more than 8,000 animals that represent over 650 species! It's an awesome place to spend the day with the family, or maybe just the 2 of you!

The Museum of Science and Industry was named one of the 15 great museums in the world by LIFE magazine, that invites visitors to experience a wonderland of interactive exhibits and extraordinary artifacts relating to the science, technology and industry fields.

The Hancock Observatory has Chicago's best views that spans up to 80 miles and four states away! There's an open-air viewing deck, walking audio tours, talking telescopes, interactive and historical exhibits, and you can not beat the location. It's located on the 94th floor of the world-renovated John Hancock Center, right on The Magnificent Mile.

Do a Shoreline Sightseeing Skyline Cruise for an awesome way to see the city! Cruising through a city on a boat is always a highlight for me.

These are just a few of the fun things to do in Chicago today for you, with any luck, you've got some time to spend there and can take part in even more this trendy city has to offer! There is really something for everyone including friends, families and kids alike!

Source by Sarah W.