Tag Archives: Jackson Park

175 Ways to Love Chicago: 5 Ways to See Chicago’s Influence on World Architecture

Listen in as Lynn Osmond, President and CEO of the Chicago Architecture Foundation, lays out a few of the many ways that Chicago’s manmade masterpieces and master plan for city development have inspired architects and cityscapes around the world.

175 Ways to Love Chicago: 5 Favorite Ways to Experience History in Chicago

Photo courtesy The Palmer House Hilton. The Palmer House Hilton Hotel is steeped in history: it first opened its doors in 1871 and has been in continuous operation ever since. That’s why we’ve asked Ken Price, Director of Public Relations and resident historian of the hotel, to share his 5 favorite ways to experience Chicago’s [...]

5 Things to Do…at the Museum of Science and Industry!

Located within Chicago’s beautiful Jackson Park, and adjacent to Chicago’s Hyde Park neighborhood, the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago is the largest science museum in the Western Hemisphere. Whether you’re a first time visitor looking for a list of “must sees,” or a local looking for hidden gems within the Museum’s popular exhibits, like [...]

5 Things to Do…in Jackson Park!

From a Japanese garden to lakeside golf, there’s so much to do in Jackson Park and the Museum of Science and Industry! Become a scientist at any age: At the Museum of Science and Industry (a.k.a. MSI) (57th St & Lake Shore Drive) everyone from kids to adults will love exploring exhibits new and old. [...]