Destination

Chicago – Things to do

Chicago Attractions

You won't be lost for things to do in Chicago, with attractions and tours found across the city. The only question you'll need to ask yourself is what shall we do first.

360 Chicago

Offering the best view of across the city from 1000 feet above the magnificent mile, we love the TILT for it's jaw dropping experience of being tilted over the Chicago Skyline. This is an attraction you don't want to miss.

Mill Park Chicago

Millennium Park

A year round attraction, if your travelling in winter head to the park for some ice skating. If you're travelling during the summer months, find dozens of free events to attended from films in the park to outdoor concerts. With so much to be explored make sure you head to the park.

Magnificent Mile

Hit the shops on the Magnificent Mile for an adventure in itself, Michigan Avenue not only has some great shopping but also has great restaurants, entertainment and plenty of history. Along the Magnificent Mile you will find three malls and many high end shops. If you are looking for bargain we recommended heading to Nordstorm Rack.

Navy Pier Chicago

Navy Pier

Navy Pier is the place to go for rides, entertainment, shopping, dining and nightlife. Children will love a ride on the Ferris Wheel and musical carousel before visiting the Children museum. For the adults from the Pier you'll be able to join a tour boat or a dining cruise ship.

Discover Chicago from the river

Take a guided river boat cruise, this is the best way not only to see the amazing architecture of Chicago but to learn about the history of the city. For something a little more thrilling join a guided kayak tour and paddle your way through the heart of downtown on the famous Chicago River.

Route 66

The start of Route 66

Chicago is the place most people start the iconic Route 66 road trip. Almost 2,500 miles of stateside scenery, this journey should be on everyone's bucket list. There are many ways to take this journey from escorted tour in a coach to on the back of a Harley Davidson, to driving it yourself.