Katherine R. said,"...views of the city, too. Free stuff for kids: The The Art Institute of Chicago has a free kids play/art room. Garfield Park Conservatory isn't in the greatest neighborhood but it's right off the train and beautiful/fun for kids. The Lincoln Park Zoo..."See More
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Lauren F. said,"...Chicago on a weekday when it's not as busy or if it's raining. On a crappy day a stop at the Garfield Park Conservatory is also cool to see. I would definitely walk along the Lakefront Trail - it's busy but it's one..."See More
Melissa C. said,"...crowds at the zoo in the winter. And there are plenty of indoor places to get warm. Another option is the Garfield Park Conservatory which can be tropical inside while cold outside. And you can get drinks at Summer House Santa Monica or..."See More
Crystal L. said,"...Corners/Lost Spaces: Alfred Caldwell Lily Pool: In Lincoln Park this little hideaway was designed by a student of Frank Llyod Wright. Garfield Park Conservatory: Two words- hidden gem. It's free and huge. Good in the winter too. Built in the 1870s. Harold..."See More