From colorful blooms to blankets of snow, Chicago is lucky to experience a full spectrum of seasons. Yet, it can be hard to appreciate the shifts in nature and all their glory in a city that offers endless indoor activities.
A visit to the Historic Pullman neighborhood, Chicago’s first National Monument, is like a walk back in time.
The holiday event season is looking much different this year in Chicago, however, there are still many fun things happening.
Looking for things to do in Chicago this weekend? Check out the Museum of Illusions, an edutainment destination great for all ages!
The Forge Lemont Quarries is the largest outdoor adventure course in North America. It’s an amusement park for open-air adventure lovers!
2020 is the year to embrace the staycation and be tourists in your city. We enjoyed a full weekend and were reminded of why we fell in love with Chicago
I have driven through Hamilton County multiple times during road trips. I had no idea that I was bypassing an award winning Midwest destination.
This scenic destination, also known as the Napa of the Midwest, is only an hour and a half drive from Chicago. If you’re not yet hip to this fabulous wine destination, you must get in on this secret!
I look forward to December in Chicago every year; not because I like the cold and snow but because of all of the activities packed into the month. There’s so much to do in the month of December with many events being free or low cost so most can take advantage of them! Here’s a list of can’t miss activities happening during December in the city! Christkindle Market Inspired by the Christkindle Market in Nuremberg, Germany, this free outdoor market takes place in Daley Plaza. Explore German food, drinks, shopping, and entertainment thru December 24th. You can also catch the market in Wrigleyville. Entry into the Christkindle Market is FREE. Dine at Time Out Market Chicago This food and cultural market brings the best of the city under one roof with a curated mix of 18 kitchens and three bars. Further, the 50,000 square foot space includes a demonstration kitchen, event kitchen, entertainment platform with bleacher seating, and an all-season rooftop bar. Get all the details here. One-of-a-Kind Show at The Mart Browse hundreds of …
I grew up in the country and can count on one hand the number of times I’ve handled an ax. My dad used to chop firewood to heat our home, but my job was stacking. So obviously, I never imagined myself throwing axes for entertainment. However, here I am at Ragnarok Axe Throwing, tapping into my inner Viking along with my family and friends. Well, there’s a first time for everything; it won’t be my last either because, believe me when I say it was SO MUCH FUN! I credit this incredibly hilarious time to a healthy mix of our fun group and our engaging host Deanna! Ragnarok Axe Throwing is all about customer experience, so if you’re down for a crazy and adventurous outing with your crew, this is the place for you! Warning, this post is riddled with ax puns! Ragnarok Axe Throwing Ragnarok Axe Throwing is located in Chicago’s South Loop on the fourth floor of the Fine Arts Building at 410 S. Michigan Ave. The new Viking-themed range, aptly-titled “Asgard,” features spectacular …
Named in the top 10 of Best Coastal Small Towns by USA Today, Saugatuck is buzzing with gorgeous art galleries, fantastic eateries, eclectic shops, and beautiful beaches.
Food Tours are an excellent way to immerse yourself in Chicago’s culture and rich history while eating some of the city’s best food offerings
With and abundance of rooftop bars and patios where should you settle in to take in the Chicago Skyline and other views?
A change of pace and scenery is good for the soul and a daycation is the perfect way to reset!
There’s plenty of fun things to do in Chicago this May with many activities being free or low cost.