Chicago is a popular visiting destination, receiving 45 million tourists annually. There are many sights to see in Chicago, and many people visit them via Chicago bus tours. What are some you should make sure to catch a glimpse of?
Chicago charter buses will show you Wrigley Field, located on the north side of the city. It is the home of the Cubs, a major league baseball cub. The stadium dates back to 1914, has ivy covered brick walls, and a manual scoreboard.
The Art Institute of Chicago has the largest Money collection in the world, as well as artwork from around the world. It has interactive activities for children, and is world renowned. Chicago charter buses will show you the front of the building, which is constructed in classic Renaissance structure, and is a work of art in itself.
The Lincoln Park Zoo is a zoo that is free to the public. Not only does it have a wide variety of large and small animals, but it also has a carousel and train for children.
The John G. Shedd Aquarium is another great, longer stop for visitors, so make sure to stop by even if your charter bus Chicago goes past. It has more than 32,000 animals, including dolphins and sea turtles.
Most Chicago sightseeing tours will probably take you to Cloud Gate, which is the unique, highly reflective public sculpture located in Millenium Park. Designed by sculpture Anish Kapoor, it has the nickname of the bean for its distinctive shape.
Chicago charter buses may take you past Navy Pier, which is a famous 3,000 foot long pier that has restaurants, a ferris wheel, museums, retail stores and more.