WhereTraveler Chicago : 2019-12-01

ATTRACTION­S : 24 : 22


ALCALA’S WESTERN WEAR The spirit of the west is alive in every Stetson hat like this white 6X Rancher cowboy hat! Stetson produces the best quality in all their hats. Here at Alcala’s we offer hat services such as cleaning and shaping any hat to your liking! 1733 W Chicago Ave, 312.226.0152, alcalas.com PROMOTION PISTACHIOS Pistachios is an independen­t art jewelry and objects gallery representi­ng over 120 cutting-edge artists both locally and across the globe. Pistachios offers a diverse selection of pieces to suit any style or budget—it’s the perfect spot to shop unique and one-of-a-kind gifts! Located at 55 E Grand Ave between Rush and Wabash. 312.595.9437, Pistachios­online.com PROMOTION HILDT GALLERIES ildt Galleries speciali es in fine original 1 th century through the present day, ritish, uropean and merican oil paintings. hether you are a first-time buyer or a seasoned collector, you’re likely to find something to please you with more than %00 paintings to choose from. 140 E. Walton Street, Drake Hotel Arcade, Chicago, IL 60611, 312.255.0005, hildtgalle­ries.com PROMOTION VALE CRAFT GALLERY Discover an eclectic mix of affordable art and fine craft objects at Vale Craft Gallery. Located in Chicago’s vibrant River North Gallery District, this inviting gallery features one-of-a-kind ceramics, glass, textiles, jewelry, sculpture and mixed media by over 100 local and national artists. 230 West Superior Street at Franklin. 312.337.3525, www.valecraftg­allery.com PROMOTION 22 WHERETRAVE­LER CHICAGO D E C E MBER 2 0 1 9 ® Park, 1722 N. Ashland Ave., to Ridgeway Trailhead, 1801 N. Ridgeway Ave., 312.742.4622. www.the606.org 360 CHICAGO This 94th-f loor observator­y features Tilt, an enclosed glass platform allowing visitors to extend out and over the Magnificen­t Mile, a self-guided multimedia tour, cafe bar and gift shop. Open daily. 875 N. Michigan Ave., 888.875. VIEW(8439). El: Red to Chicago www. 360chicago.com CITY PASS With just one ticket, gain admission to f ive popular Chicago attraction­s: Skydeck Chicago (Fast Pass), the Shedd Aquarium (Priority entry), The Field Museum (VIP entry), your choice of the Adler Planetariu­m (VIP entry) or the Art Institute of Chicago (Fast Pass), and your choice of 360 Chicago (Express Entry) or the Museum of Science and Industry (Express entry). 888.330.5008 www.cit ypass. com/chicago LINCOLN PARK ZOO This 49-acre zoo in the heart of the city features more than 1,200 animals. The 14-acre Nature Boardwalk provides a haven of native trees, plants and animals. Open daily. Free. 2001 N. Clark St., 312.742.2000. Bus: 151, 156 to Fullerton www.lpzoo.org MAGGIE DALEY PARK Named for the former mayor’s wife who was deeply committed to improving the lives of children, Maggie Daley Park provides 28-acres of green space with lake and skyline views in the middle of downtown. The park features a Skating Ribbon, a climbing wall, an expansive and creatively themed playground, mini golf and more. 337 E. Randolph St., 312.552.3000. www.maggiedale­ypark.com MAGNIFICEN­T MILE Some of the city’s ritziest hotels, shops, galleries and restaurant­s are on Chicago’s famed “Mag Mile.” Cultural and architectu­ral gems include the Museum of Contempora­ry Art and the Tribune Tower. North Michigan Avenue from Oak Street to the Chicago River. www.

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