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If you need to entertain guests from out of town or wish to be a tourist in your own city by visiting some of Chicago’s best attractions, historical spots and iconic venues, you can make sightseeing much easier with the list below. After all, Chicago apartments are in the heart of such a beautiful city and there’s so much to see. Read on to know more about Chicago’s best places to go for sightseeing.Chicago’s best places to go for sightseeing.


  • Cloud Gate

Most commonly referred to as, “The Bean,” this 110 ton, bean-shaped stainless steel structure is the centerpiece at AT&T Plaza in Millennium Park. You can see your reflection in the mirror-like surface and enjoy the contorted reflections of the surroundings. The structure was made to reflect the skyline of Chicago, and you can find it located on Michigan Avenue at Rudolph.

  • Lincoln Park Zoo

View over 1200 animals from lions to apes at one of America’s oldest and free zoos in the country. Measuring just over 35 acres in size, the Lincoln Park Zoo makes out for its smaller size with some great new features such as Regenstein Center for African Apes. The zoo boasts its latest feature where the very rare snow monkeys can swing through trees while relaxing in hot tubs.

  • Museum of Contemporary Art

Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art houses one of the world’s biggest collections of modern art in the country. While also hosting major touring exhibits, performing artists and film screenings, the Museum of Contemporary Art has an attractive restaurant from where visitors can get some great food. Visitors can also choose to take a stroll through the scenic and serene sculpture garden. The gift shop calls out to you with its selection of offbeat tchotchkes.

  • Sears Tower

Also referred to as the Willis Tower, be sure to pay a visit to Chicago’s tallest standing skyscraper and North America’s tallest building. With 110 floors, you can get a bird’s eye view of the city and surrounding areas to say the least. One of the most popular things about this attraction is what they call The Ledge. The Ledge is an all-glass balcony on the 103rd floor that is open every day and a famous spot for photo ops.

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