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• Explore the Richard H. Driehaus Museum. Once the mansion of a wealthy banker named Samuel H. Nickerson, the Richard H. Driehaus Museum showcases the art and architectural aesthetics of Chicago during the Gilded Age. Guests are sure to adore the museum’s glass sculpture gallery and antique décor.

• Visit the renowned Tribune Tower. In the early 20th century, Tribune Tower served as the headquarters for many prominent Chicago-based media companies. In fact, its name is an homage to its first primary occupant, the Chicago Tribune newspaper. Its stunning Gothic Revival-style façade has since made it a celebrated landmark in northern Chicago.

• Travel to the outstanding Chicago Water Tower just moments away. A contributing structure within the greater Chicago Avenue Water Tower and Pumping Station District, the Chicago Water Tower has famously overlooked its spot along the Magnificent Mile since 1869. This beautiful structure is now the site of a popular art gallery called the “City Gallery in the Historic Water Tower.”

• Visit the Shedd Aquarium, one of the world’s largest indoor aquariums, and view more than 32,000 animals alongside historic Neoclassical architecture that celebrates aquatic life.

• Explore the Field Museum, one of the largest natural history museums in the world, whose collection grew out of the items on display at the World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago more than a century ago.

• Take a guided tour of Millennium Park. While there see Cloud Gate, one of the world’s largest permanent outdoor art installations, lovingly nicknamed “The Bean” for its unique shape.

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