Chicago, United States

Places to visit
Chicago Architecture Foundation

Chicago's architecture is unparalleled.  As the grand avenues of Paris are exemplary of the nineteenth century, and the canals of Venice of the Renaissance, so do the skyscrapers and neoclassical monuments represent modernity.  The Chicago Architecture Foundation works to advance knowledge and public interest in architecture and design.

A small museum is located in the Santa Fe Building, itself a wonderful example of Chicago's architecture.  Exhibitions change regularly, and have included a scale model of the city and an interactive program about the city's histo...

Adler Planetarium
Astor Street
Baha'i House of Worship