Top Landmarks in Chicago

Don’t miss these must-see sights and attractions. Here is a list of top landmarks in Chicago:

1. Lincoln Park

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Lincoln Park is a seven-mile (11-kilometer) stretch of greenery and museums that covers more than 1,200 acres (485 hectares) along the shore of Lake Michigan. Just north of downtown, the park borders Ardmore Avenue to the north and Ohio Street to the south.

2. Six Flags Great America

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Locals and visitors come to Six Flags Great America to escape the heat during Milwaukee’s summer months. The theme park has almost 7 miles (11 kilometers) of roller coaster track alongside a host of other family attractions and entertainment set over a sprawling area close to the Wisconsin–Illinois state line.

3. Wrigley Field

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Tour the iconic grounds and catch a game March through September at Chicago’s beloved baseball stadium.

4. Soldier Field

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Soldier Field has been one of Chicago’s most well-known landmarks since its construction in 1924 and is the oldest NFL stadium in the country.

5. Art Institute Of Chicago

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The Art Institute of Chicago holds nearly 300,000 works of art in eight buildings, encompassing nearly one million square feet (93,000 square meters) of gallery space. It’s best known for its collection of modern European and American paintings and sculptures, including works by Claude Monet, Vincent Van Gogh and Mary Cassatt.

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