Disney Meets Discuss i know this isnt disney but.. in the Vacation Planning forums; the science and industry mus. has free admission the 3,4,5,6,7, and 8th so i'm going to go there one day and the licoln park zoo is free too.. but to ...
the science and industry mus. has free admission the 3,4,5,6,7, and 8th so i'm going to go there one day and the licoln park zoo is free too.. but to save $ i'm going to have to take the trains and or buses because parking at most stuff is so high anywhere from $10 - $20
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I'm from Chicago. First thing, about the Science & Industry Museum, it's not downtown per se, but a few miles south of the city. To get there, I would take the Metra Electric train south to 55th,56th, 57th Street (this is all one stop). You can access this station (Millennium Station) at the corner of Randolph & Michigan. It will be about a 20 minute ride. If you want to check the schedule here's the website www.metrarail.com.
The Disney Store you want to see is on the 700 block of Michigan Avenue. It's outstanding. Also, near the Water Tower, you will find the American Girl Store. Bring your $$, you'll need it. I also agree with Navy Pier as a great location to spend the day.
The John Hancock observatory is a little more picturesque than the Sears Tower as it overlooks the lake. The Sears does too, but I prefer the Hancock Tower. On a clear day, you'll see Michigan, Indiana, and Wisconsin. Not bad huh!
Please check out Millenium Park and our really cool bean, Skygate! Don't forget our beautiful Buckingham Fountain at night and the downtown Museum Campus which contains, the Adler Planetarium, the Shedd Aquarium and Field Museum.
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