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Chicago attractions for your inner tourist

Everybody loves a classic. At ACME you're front and center for all the Chicago favorites. If you're feeling adventurous, go above and beyond atop the Willis Tower or 360 Chicago, where you can feel the clouds as you tower above the streets below. Catch an awe-inspiring museum exhibit, or soak up some culture at the Art Institute of Chicago. Don't worry, we won't tell anyone you're sophisticated. If shopping's your thing, there's no better place than the famous Mag Mile, with its stellar stores and boutiques just 2 1/2 blocks away. Make the most of your Chicago visit with Go City and save up to 50% exploring the hottest attractions with one digital pass! 
Chicago Magnificent Mile
Magnificent Mile
You've heard of it ... now see it for yourself. Walk out of the ACME, turn right and go straight for 2 ½ blocks and you've arrived at one of the most famous avenues in the world. Chock-full of retailers, restaurants, and boutiques, the Mile is a sight to behold.
Millennium Park at Illinois
Millennium Park
In 2001, Grant Park, Chicago's main downtown park, was expanded with the creation of Chicago Millennium Park. Highlights of Chicago Millennium Park are an outdoor music pavilion, an ice rink, and a below-the-ground theater. The two parks are joined by a 935 foot-long footbridge. For more information, hit the button below.
Chicago Museums
Chicago Museums
Dig into the culture that makes up some of Chicago's finest institutions, from the Field Museum of Natural History, to the world-class Art Institute of Chicago.
Illinois Navy Pier
Navy Pier
A Chicago mainstay, Navy Pier is a hub of arts and entertainment in the Windy City. Get your fill of food, rides, games, sculpture, and seasonal events at this Chicago icon.
Willis Tower at Illinois
Willis Tower
Formerly known as the Sears Tower, Willis Tower stands tall. In fact, at 1,450 feet high (that's 103 stories) it's the western hemisphere's tallest building. And if you've got the guts, don't forget to experience The Ledge - A glass box that extends out of the building 103 stories in the air!
Chicago Wrigley Field
Wrigley Field
Chicago Lincoln Park Zoo
Lincoln Park Zoo
One of America's oldest zoological gardens, the Lincoln Park Zoo is just north of downtown Chicago in Lincoln Park. A leader in wildlife conservation, the zoo features such interesting animals as lowland gorillas and black rhinoceroses. AND IT'S FREE!
Chicago John Hancock Building
John Hancock Building
Get a truly bird's-eye view of Chicago 94 stories up. There's no glass separating you from the Magnificent Mile below but a high-strength stainless steel screen that allows you to feel the Windy City's mighty breeze.