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Kohl Center

Kohl Center

4/51 Reviews
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Owens Conservation Park

Owens Conservation Park

5/53 Reviews
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Wrigley Field

Wrigley Field

4.5/5126 Reviews
Stadium
The stadium has a guided tour on non-game days (approximately 75 minutes - 90 minutes per tour). The ticket fee is around 25 dollars. (Local time)
Wrigley Field stands as one of the most remembered structures in baseball. Originally constructed for the Chicago Whales in 1914 the park has been home to the Chicago Cubs since 1916. Wrigley field is the second oldest MLB park still used today. Despite many additions to capacity and remodels, the fields iconic ivy covered outfield wall has never been touched. The field is found in Chicago's Lakeview neighborhood which is affectionately called Wrigleyville. Capable of containing 41,000 screaming Cub's fans, Wrigley has earned its nick name as "the friendly confines" at least if you are a Cub fan.
United Center

United Center

4.4/548 Reviews
Stadium
The Joint Center is open with the relevant performance time. You can go to the official website to check before you go. On-site ticket office opening hours: no match day (including summer) Monday-Friday 11:00-18:00, Saturday 11:00-16:00, match day 11:00 - match first break or half End. (Local time)
The United Center is the lovechild of William Wirtz, proprietor of the Chicago Blackhawks, and Jerry Reinsdorf, majority proprietor of the Chicago Bulls, who framed an organization in 1988 to make a field that would give a great home to Chicago games and entertainment. One of the biggest fields in the U.S., the United Center incorporates an eight sided video replay scoreboard, theater-style seats, 46 changeless snack bars, a mixed drink relax, intuitive concourse showcases, and that's just the beginning. The United Center has been the setting for two of U2's taped shows, Cirque de Soleil, Disney on Ice, Ringling Brothers carnival, and, obviously, still fills in as the home for the Bulls and the Blackhawks.
Soldier Field

Soldier Field

4.6/522 Reviews
Stadium
The stadium can be visited according to the corresponding event or concert arrangement, see the official website: http://www.soldierfield.net/events. At the same time, the stadium also has a guided tour on non-race days (about 45 minutes - 60 minutes each), the schedule can be found in the official website: http://www.soldierfield.net/content/stadium-tour-information (Local time)
Trooper Field is right now home to the Chicago Bears football team. The stadium was initially constructed in the 1920's as a remembrance to American soldiers who had passed on in war. Today, Soldier Field likewise has various occasions from shows to egg-strolls to soccer matches. In case you are in the territory, look at the 250-foot stone divider design to pay tribute to the people who served in the American military. The stadium conducts visits (reservations required) from 9 am-5 pm every day, where you can get a look at the field, the concourse, sky suites, the guests locker room.
Miller Park

Miller Park

4.7/53 Reviews
Stadium
Grant Park

Grant Park

5/51 Reviews
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Chicago Riverwalk

Chicago Riverwalk

4.6/521 Reviews
Hiking
River
Chicago Bulls

Chicago Bulls

4.6/511 Reviews
Basketball Court
Stadium
Knoch Knolls Nature Center

Knoch Knolls Nature Center

5/51 Reviews
Outdoor Sports