Navy Pier

Navy Pier is a large pier on Lake Michigan near Streeterville, close to Chicago’s downtown. Originally known as the Municipal Pier no. 2, it is one of two piers called for in Daniel Burnham’s 1909 Chicago plan. The other pier …

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Oak Street Beach

Who says you can’t enjoy a day at the beach… right in the middle of Chicago! In fact, Oak Street Beach is just one of about 26 beaches in Chicago. The beach is one of the city’s most popular thanks …

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Tribune Tower

The Tribune Tower is a Neo-Gothic skyscraper located at a prominent site near the Michigan Avenue Bridge in Chicago. Competition Tribune Tower The tower’s spire at night In 1922, the Chicago Daily Tribune organized a competition for the ‘most beautiful …

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Union Station

Chicago’s Union Station was built in 1925 as one of the last grand American railway stations. At the time, Chicago was a national railway hub, connecting the east and west coasts of the United States. Conception Union Station The station …

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Wrigley Building

Sitting at one of the most prominent locations in all of Chicago, at the intersection of the Chicago River and Michigan Avenue, lies one of the city’s most famous buildings : the Wrigley Building. Wrigley Building The Wrigley Building serves …

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