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- Wrigley Field
- Michigan Avenue
- Navy Pier
- Millennium Park
- United Center
- McCormick Place
- Naval Base Great Lakes
- Grant Park
- Brookfield Zoo
- Art Institute of Chicago
- Soldier Field
- Chicago Theater
- Donald E. Stephens Convention Center
- Allstate Arena
- Woodfield Mall
- Oakbrook Center Mall
- Sears Tower
- John G. Shedd Aquarium
- Water Tower Place
Where to stay near Chicago Water Tower
Exploring Chicago Water Tower
Built in 1869, this iconic yellow limestone building was one of the few structures to survive the devastating Great Chicago Fire of 1871. Originally part of a water works to provide clean lake water, these days it hosts an exhibition with modern Chicago-themed photos lining the tower’s turreted walls.
Accommodations near Chicago Water Tower
There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Chicago is the The Penthouse at Grand Plaza, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Furnished Suites in South Loop Chicago in Chicago as it has been reserved 5 times.
Sightseeing near Chicago Water Tower
The Wrigley Building is an iconic landmark of Chicago. Located directly across popular Michigan Avenue, this building was originally built to house the corporate headquarters of the Wrigley Company.
Michigan Avenue is Chicago's premier shopping destination. It represents the mecca of shopping in Chicago and arguably the whole of North America. The great thing is not just the high number of high-end retail stores but how concentrated they are on this one stretch of road. Stores such as Bulgari, Prada, and Gucci are commonplace here and there are even a couple of malls for added convenience.
Transportation near Chicago Water Tower
The Chicago Transit Authority runs a comprehensive network of public transport offering routes across the city via rapid transit subway and elevated rail, trams, overland commuter rail services and buses. The L rapid transit system is the most convenient for exploring, and for getting to Chicago from its international airport. The Blue Line train service runs 24/7, and all fares are paid with transit cards bought at all CTA stations.
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