Have Fun Exploring the Wrigleyville Neighborhood

CHICAGO, IL, June 8, 2017: Friends at Wrigley Field, head inside the stadium to see the Chicago Cubs--reigning world champions--play. Game day is always an exciting event in the Chicago wrigleyville neighborhood.

Chicago is often defined by its iconic neighborhoods. In fact, some distinct neighborhoods are synonymous with the culture and vibrancy of the city. Wrigleyville, named after the renowned ballpark, is definitely one. For a taste of what Wrigleyville has to offer, try these top spots to visit: West Town Bakery and Tap West Town Bakery […]

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Water Tower Place Features More Than 100 Stores

Chicago Water Tower Place viewed from ground below parapet near water tower place sign

Nestled on the Magnificent Mile is a Chicago landmark known as Water Tower Place. This eight-story mall welcomes thousands of shoppers every year. It’s a one-stop destination featuring more than 100 stores, enticing restaurants, and even a live theater. Highlights include: Candyality  Voted the “Best Candy Store in Illinois” by Food Network Magazine, Candyality boasts that it’s more than […]

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The Chicago Park District Offers Year-Round Fun

Chicago skyline from the BP Pedestrian Bridge which connects Millenium Park to Maggie Daley Park. The bridge was designed by Frank Gehry. Chicago Park District

With Botanic conservatories, hundreds of parks, and nearly a dozen museums, the Chicago Park District offers plenty of year-round fun. At more than 8,800 acres, it’s one of the largest park districts in the country. Here are a few of our favorite highlights: Maggie Daley Park Nestled near the Lake Michigan shoreline, Maggie Daley Park is set among grassy […]

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