Travel from ancient civilizations through modern times, viewing remnants of bygone cultures and traditions at The Field ... More
The Field Museum
Travel from ancient civilizations through modern times, viewing remnants of bygone cultures and traditions at The Field Museum. Get the inside story on Sue, the largest and most complete Tyrannosaurus Rex dinosaur skeleton, or view preserved man-eating lions and other animals. For a truly subterranean experience, check out the Underground Adventure, an exhibit dedicated to soil and how it sustains life, or just relax at one of several places to eat. Free for members, teachers and military personnel. Chicago residents receive a discount. See website for online ticketing, visitor guide, and extended hours.
The field museum is a great place to bring anyone for any occasion! You can bring your family or bring a date. They are always showing different and interesting exhibits that will boggle your mind. Watch out for the days that visitors can get in free! Its definatly worth the wait. Don't forget the resident dinosaur, Sue! You can't miss her.
The Field Museum is interesting, but honestly gets pretty boring. Perhaps I've been there one too many times, but the museum tends to get "dry" and "stale," and as others have always said to me, "It's a bunch of old rocks and bones." However, I do enjoy the Field Museum and there are interesting things to see and learn about. I woudn't recommend taking young children there though; wait until they are a little older.
I like the field museum to contain having visit of special showing every year. I would love to see the titantic return, because I missed it. I think I need to go back, I don't remember it as well as the science museum.
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