3-Day Chicago Itinerary

In addition to the many attractions that Chicago has, you will also find a lot of different experiences in the surrounding neighborhoods, such as different attractions like Medieval Times. Your group will have the chance to view different cultures, great cuisines, and unique architectures.

Our company works with you to find the right attractions for your group. This way you will be able to have the most effective and enjoyable trip possible for your group during your time there.

Sample 3-day Itinerary

Day 1

Adler Planetarium and Astronomy Museum
Your eyes will definitely be opened up to a bigger world of astronomy. The planetarium shows your world through amazing, interactive exhibits and exciting films. Through virtual reality you can experience amazing parts of science. Some of the exhibits are; Milky Way Galaxy, Cyberspace Gallery, and Our Solar System.
The Field Museum
Not only is this home of Sue, the most complete T. Rex skeleton known today, but it also offers many other amazing exhibits- things like the cultures of places like Ancient America, Asia, and Africa, plus a 3D film that puts you in the middle of all the action.

Day 2

Shedd Aquarium
This is the world’s largest indoor aquarium. Get close and personal with sharks, watch divers feed barracudas and stingrays and dolphins do leaps and tricks. It no wonder that this is the “city’s treasure”.
Millennium Park
During summer Millennium holds free concerts and performances. The Crown Fountain, a 50 ft. tall glass block tower that changes from faces of people to nature scenes , is centered here. There are also food vendors and souvenir shops.
Museum of Science and Industry
This three-floor museum holds over 800 exhibits, including things from a 20 ft. tall walk-through model heart to a Fairy Castle dollhouse with plumbing and electricity. This museum is sure to amaze your group.

Day 3

The Hancock Observatory
The Hancock has a high-speed elevator that can carry passengers to the observatory in 40 seconds. There is a panorama of the city, history walls that illustrate the growth of Chicago, and a “talking telescope” with sound effects.
Navy Pier
This is the place of Chicago’s largest movie screen. It soars six stories high. There is also the Ferris Wheel that lets you see the view of Chicago from 15 stories up!  Play in the fun house maze, race speedboats, and spend time shopping. Then by the end of the day your group will have a variety of places to choose from to eat.