WhereTraveler Chicago : 2019-12-01

ATTRACTION­S : 25 : 23

ATTRACTION­S

’s nig Ha 75 4 194 t. es We Fit Chicago. Experience Chicago's unique stores for men and women, featuring expert service, innovative designs, and a comfortabl­e fit for over 75 years. Collection­s from: Thierry Rabotin, Mephisto, Samuel Hubbard, BeautiFeel, Arche, ON Running, Hoka One One, Ilse Jacobsen, Wonders and many more. Hanig’s Footwear 875 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago Delaware Entrance 312-787-6800 Plaza del Lago, 1515 Sheridan Rd, Wilmette 847-256-3545 and online at www.hanigs.com 23 themagnifi­centmile.com MILLENNIUM PARK This 24.5-acre green space’s centerpiec­e is the shiny elliptical sculpture called “Cloud Gate,” nicknamed “The Bean.” Other highlights include a digitally animated water fountain and the Lurie Garden. 201 E. Randolph St., 312.742.1168. El: Loop to Randolph www. millennium­park.org NAVY PIER With more than 50 acres along the lakefront, find a 200-foothigh, climate-controlled Ferris wheel; IMAX Theater and retail shops and restaurant­s. 600 E. Grand Ave., 800 .595.PIER(7437). Bus: 29, 65, 66, 124 to Navy Pier. www.navypier.com SKYDECK CHICAGO The Skydeck at the Willis offers an unsurpasse­d view of Chicago. Venture out onto the glass-bottomed Ledge—only 1.5” of glass separates you from 1353 feet below! Open daily. 233 S. Wacker Drive, 312.875.9447. El: Loop to Quincy/ Wells. www. theskydeck.com Kids’ Stuff CHICAGO CHILDREN’S MUSEUM Geared to children under 12, this Navy Pier museum includes a hands-on art gallery and the “Dinosaur Expedition” where kids dig for bones. Open daily. Navy Pier, 700 E. Grand Ave., 312.527.1000. Bus: 29, 65, 66, 124 to Navy Pier www. chicagochi­ldrensmuse­um.org LEGOLAND CENTER This 30,000-square-foot facility includes rides, a 4D movie, a gallery of works from master Lego builders and opportunit­y for all to create. Geared toward ages 2 to 12. Open daily. 601 N. Martingale Road, Schaumburg, 847.592.9700. www.legolanddi­scoverycen­ter.com/chicago Museums ADLER PLANETARIU­M This attraction on the Museum Campus features otherworld­ly exhibits, including the 360-degree Grainger Sky Theater.

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