Located outside the United Center’s east end, the sculpture, which can be seen without buying a ticket to a Bulls or Blackhawks game, celebrates one of Chicago’s most internationally known figures. Read more.
In 2009, the Trump Tower became the second-tallest building in the United States after Chicago's Willis Tower. Read more.
In "The Dark Knight" (2008), scenes of the Wayne Enterprises boardroom were shot in 330 N Wabash, formerly the IBM building. Read more.
Opening scenes in "The Dark Knight" (2008), which depict the Joker (Heath Ledger) and his clown henchmen robbing Gotham National Bank, were shot in the Old Chicago Post Office. Read more.
The Chicago Board of Trade Building was built in 1930. It was listed as a National Historic Landmark on June 2, 1978, and was added to the National Register of Historic Places on June 16, 1978. Read more.
Pizzeria Uno invented the deep-dish, and there is no arguing with fans that it's still number 1. – Camille Ford, Food Wars Read more.
Often referred to as “landscape art under glass,” the free admission conservatory occupies approximately 4.5 acres inside and out, where thousands of plant species are on display. Read more.
This is the largest science museum in the Western Hemisphere. The Henry Crown Space Center features rockets, shuttles, satellites, rovers and probes. You can even see the actual Apollo 8 spacecraft! Read more.
Daley Plaza does its yearly transformation into holiday central, with staples like mask decorating, a costume contest and a farmers’ market. Read more.