This museum makes science fun with interactive, educational exhibits that stretch the imagination. Spend time in a 13-foot ... More
Museum of Science and Industry
This museum makes science fun with interactive, educational exhibits that stretch the imagination. Spend time in a 13-foot heart as you learn about how yours works. Find out how technology has influenced history by stepping back in time on "Yesterday's Main Street." Watch action-packed films in the museum's giant-screen Omnimax Theatre or take a ride down a coal mine. And don't leave without picking up some great souvenirs at The Big Idea museum shop. Omnimax requires additional fee. Parking available in underground garage.
Designed by Solon B. Beman, this building opened in 1885 as a showroom and factory for the Studebaker company. Back
then, it made a variety of horse drawn vehicles. (An early Studebaker covered wagon is at the Museum of ...
Visitors can journey to the stars or experiment with telescopes at the Adler Planetarium & Astronomy Museum. Also, there is
plenty to learn about space travel, solar systems and galaxies through stunning displays. The informative, virtual reality StarRider Theater ...
Known as "the city of neighborhoods," Chicago is home to 77 diverse community areas, each with rich cultures and traditions.
Explore vibrant communities and learn about heritage and ethnic backgrounds on four hour walking tours that visit national landmarks, ...