Chicago Attractions

Feb. 26, 2018

Aspiring Scientists Living in Chicago Love the Museum of Science and Industry

Enjoy living in Chicago and go to the Museum of Science and Industry.The many amazing museums are one of the best things about living in Chicago. The Museum of Science and Industry is one of the most famous in the city. There’s so much to see, you should really consider getting a membership so you can come back for several different visits ...

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Feb. 26, 2018

Explore the Ocean on South Loop Real Estate at Shedd Aquarium

Go to Shedd Aquarium on South Loop real estate.For a day out on South Loop real estate, head to Shedd Aquarium. This popular destination houses sea creatures from all over the world, from the Amazon to the Caribbean to the Great Lakes to the Polar seas. If you’ve ever wanted to see a piranha, go to the Amazon ...

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Feb. 26, 2018

Go Shopping and Eat Near West Loop Homes at Chicago French Market

Go shopping near West Loop homes at Chicago French Market.People living in West Loop homes can shop local in the European-style Chicago French Market. It’s the ideal spot to find fresh produce, as well as antibiotic-free meats and wild-caught fish. City Market has you covered for all of your grocery needs. If you come to the market hungry, there ...

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Oct. 19, 2013

Lincoln Park invaded by witches and ghouls for annual Spooktacular

On October 26, Clark Street will transform into a spook-sational Halloween wonderland with fun activities for adults and kids of all ages during Lincoln Park’s annual Clark Street Spooktacular!

Some of the festivities featured this year are street magicians, jugglers, balloon artists, Halloween inflatables and characters in costume strolling along ...

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April 13, 2013

Ebertfest: The Show Will Go On

This will be the first year without founder and Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic Roger Ebert, and an emotional time for many involved in the festival. Some sources say that this year’s Ebertfest will be a tribute to the late, great film critic.

Originally, the fest was comically named Roger Ebert’s ...

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