Chicago, United States

Places to visit
Wrigley Field

Nothing's more American than baseball, and Wrigley Field, named for the chewing gum company, is one of the sport's holiest sites.  Built in just six weeks back in 1914, the park is a throwback to baseball's past.  The field fits snugly in Chicago's street grid.  Lights for night games were not installed until 1988.  The signature features are the ivy covering the outfield fences and the original marquee out front.

Wrigley Field's tenant is the Cubs (though it also occasionally plays host to college football games), of baseball's National League.  They h...

Adler Planetarium
Astor Street
Baha'i House of Worship
Chicago Architecture Foundation
Chicago Cultural Center
Chicago History Museum
Field Museum
Fine Arts Building
Grant Park
Jackson Park
John Hancock Center
Lincoln Park Zoo
Little Italy
Magnificent Mile
Millennium Park
Museum of Contemporary Art
Museum of Science & Industry
Navy Pier
Northwestern University
Oak Park
Oriental Institute Museum
Sears (Willis) Tower
Shedd Aquarium
Smart Museum of Art
United Center
University of Chicago
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Wicker Park