While Spring travel looks different than years past, Chicago is opening up responsibly and offering locals and visitors numerous options to explore the Windy City safely. Whether you’re planning a staycation for Spring Break or looking for things to do with family and friends as the weather turns warmer, we’ve got your guide to spring into fun.
Book a Chicago tour through Gray Line Chicago and explore the city’s scenic North Side or South Side with scheduled stops at the Museum Campus, Lincoln Park Conservatory and more. View available tours here: https://graylinechicago.com/tours/
The Museum of Science and Industry is offering an interactive exhibition Marvel: Universe of Super Heroes that celebrates the superheroes of the Marvel Universe featuring Spiderman, Batman, Hulk, Captain Marvel, and more!
Visit the newest residents at Lincoln Park Zoo and enjoy a stroll around the grounds. Face masks and advance reservations are required.
360 CHICAGO Observation Deck offers birds-eye views of Chicago from 1,000 feet in the air.
Stroll the Chicago Riverwalk, a waterfront stretch located on the south bank of the Chicago River, where you’ll encounter intimate coves, waterfront cafes, and stunning public art, with Chicago’s iconic architecture as an unforgettable backdrop.
Hike along the winding trails of the Morton Arboretum in Lisle, home to over 222,000 plants. Visitors can enjoy tracking down five 15 – 26 foot-tall sculptures across their 1700 acres – part of the Human + Nature exhibition opening this Spring. Advance reservations required.
The Art Institute of Chicago is back open, with a limited capacity and a newly extended Monet and Chicago exhibit
Immersive Van Gogh is a visually spectacular digital art exhibition that invites audiences to step inside the iconic works of post-Impressionist artist Vincent van Gogh via an original score and soaring digital projections. The exhibit is being held at the Lighthouse ArtSpace at Germania Club
Support local dining across the city during Chicago Restaurant Week 2021, from Friday, March 19 to Sunday, April 4. And take advantage of the spring sunshine at one of Chicago’s many patio dining hot spots.
Need transportation for a group? We’ve got you covered there too! Aries Charter can accommodate groups of 2 to 200+ with executive vans, minibuses, coach buses, trolleys, and more.
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