Concierges 5 Favorite Spots to Bask in Chicago History

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There is a wealth of Chicago knowledge to be had and these attractions are the places to be to learn more about the Windy City! From exhibits to views, concierges love these 5 places to indulge in Chicago’s rich history.

Faith Czajkowski – JW Marriott

Chicago Cultural Center

Stop by this 120-year old attraction to take in the gorgeous architecture, public events, and exciting exhibits and concerts. Take a guided tour or wander on your own – the choice is yours!

Joyce Fong – Chicago Athletic Association Hotel

Skydeck

Perched atop the Willis Tower, Skydeck is the place to be for spectacular views, awesome photo ops on The Ledge, and check out interactive exhibits that showcase Chicago’s buildings, culture, food, and more.

Patrick Wozny – The W Hotel

Chicago Architecture Center

Learn about the amazing engineering and design of Chicago’s most notable buildings and how the city was rebuilt after the Great Chicago Fire through tours and exhibitions at Chicago Architecture Center.

Pierre Sanders – LondonHouse

Chicago History Museum

Founded in 1856, the Chicago History Museum showcases a variety of exhibits and stories about Chicago and features artifacts and dioramas to illustrate Chicago’s impact on the country and America.

Anthony Gates – LondonHouse

360 Chicago

Head up to 360 Chicago in the John Hancock Building to see gorgeous city views as well as touch screens that provide historical facts about the city. Head out onto TILT, where you can tilt 1000 feet over Michigan Avenue!