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Baha’i House of Worship:
Built in 1953, beautifully manicured gardens added charm to this magnificent and white stone structure. This Middle Eastern –inspired structure is one of only seven Baha’I temples in existence and the only one present in the eastern hemisphere. The interior is as splendid as the exterior.

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Chicago Board of Trade:
The Chicago Board of Trade, the largest exchange in the world, holds court in an impressive Art Deco building. It is closed to visitors due to security concerns. But pre arranged tours are allowed here by the authority.

Visitors can watch the frenzied action of futures and options trading from the fifth floor viewing center and be directed through the cryptic gestures by guides from the Visitors’ Center. A small museum and a film offer more insight into the business of trading.

Chicago Museum Campus:
This was the pet project of Daniel Burnham, an architect and city planner who wanted the city’s most prominent lake font attraction to be coupled by a series of public parks and gardens. Situated in downtown area, it is a home to the world famous Field Museum, Shedd Aquarium and Adler Planetarium. The campus covers more than57 acres. During the warmer months, this wide-open space is popular place to laze away your afternoon.

Chinatown:
Chinatown, one of Chicago most unique neighborhood, offers visitors a touch of Far East charm in the Midwest. It contains scores of Chinese and Cantonese restaurants and  bakeries. Here shoppers will enjoy the cozy, family owned bookstores and gift shops. If you can, you should visit Chinatown during one of its lively festivals.

John Hancock Center:
This is the third largest building in the city. Visitors can and enjoy views reaching up to 80 miles distant. Food and drink are available in the restaurant and lounge and informational exhibits are on display in four different languages.

Little Italy:
Little Italy is popular for its cozy, family operated restaurants and unique neighborhood neighborhood, where the air is full of the tempting aroma of deep-dish pizza.

Navy Pier: It has been a home to not only to the military, but also to scores of special attractions. Now a commercial hub, the pier offers everything from an IMAX theater to performances by a Shakespeare troupe.

Sears Tower:
This most dominant structure of Chicago has 1454 feet high. Visitors can shoot to the top of the110 story building via a 70 second elevator ride and catch magnificent views into Indiana, Michigan and Wisconsin fro m the 103rd floor sky deck. The informational exhibits displayed here for both adults and children tell the history of Chicago, the construction of the tower and the other interesting “did you know” facts.

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