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Chicago Theatre

Amazing and beautiful! That will be your initial impression when you arrive at this breathtaking architectural structure where history, music, and drama echo. "The best of both worlds" is the phrase that best summarizes this classic Loop theater. It is opulent enough to appeal to the most discriminating of tastes, but refined enough to satisfy the most discerning theatergoer. The concerts are frequent, and an occasional movie is shown here on its giant screen. The lower level of this theater has only 281 seats, making it more intimate than other nearby theaters.

Wrigley Field

Wrigley Field is one of the country's oldest ballparks and also one of the prettiest. You won't find any Astroturf here because the fans would not allow it. The real grass is kept a lush green, and the ivy grows thick and heavy along the outfield walls. Now home to the Chicago Cubs, at one time the Chicago Bears football team played here. Even if you aren't a sports fan, you will enjoy a visit to this stadium. There's enough sense of history to satisfy anyone looking for a slice of the past. Make sure to grab a hot dog and a beer before finding your seat to watch the ballgame. Don't have a ticket? You can try to get a free peek of the game at "The Knothole" - a long rectangular opening on the Sheffield Avenue side of the stadium. Don't forget to check out the statue of famed radio and television broadcaster Harry Caray outside.

Symphony Center - Chicago Symphony Orchestra

Ever since maestro Theodore Thomas first raised his baton at the Auditorium Theater, the world knew that this was a first-class orchestra to be reckoned with. That reputation has continued through such legendary conductors as Fritz Reiner and Sir George Solti. In 1997, after an extensive renovation, Orchestra Hall was re-christened Symphony Center, a place dedicated to educating young and old alike about classical and jazz music. Under the baton of Daniel Barenboim, the orchestra has continued its tradition of quality musicianship. Seating arrangements within the hall offer a range of options, from the intimate ambiance of the main floor to the elevated elegance of the balcony. The hall boasts flawless acoustics, achieved through careful attention to detail and the use of state-of-the-art technology. This architectural masterpiece captures the essence of both tradition and innovation, offering an unparalleled experience for music lovers from around the world.

Jay Pritzker Pavilion

With a capacity of over 11,000 people, the Jay Pritzker Pavilion hosts some of the biggest and most well-known musical performances in the nation. Named in the fond memory of businessman Jay Pritzker, this pavilion hosts a number of rock as well as classical concerts. The latest, state-of-the-art sound system adds to the experience. The Pavilion also organizes prestigious annual shows like the Grant Park Music Festival.

DuSable Black History Museum and Education Center

DuSable Museum of African American History is an unparalleled place to salute the contributions made by African-Americans to world history and learn about their culturally rich heritage. The iconic museum showcases extensive collections of award-winning paintings, photography, sculptures, and other works by various African and African-American artists. Original slave documents and civil rights memorabilia are also displayed here. The museum hosts numerous public programs throughout the year, including lectures, special exhibits, and workshops. An incredible place of immense significance, a visit here is a must as it is a much-needed history lesson.

United Center

The Chicago Blackhawks moved into the newly done United Center in time for the 1994-1995 season. The United Center features the ultimate in fan entertainment and comfort. Some of the new amenities include an eight-sided video replay scoreboard, theater-style seats, 46 permanent concession stands, a cocktail lounge, interactive concourse displays, and more. Fan convenience and accessibility are also key features at the United Center, a 960,000 square foot multipurpose facility that accommodates 20,500 for hockey, 21,500 for basketball, and up to 23,500 for concerts and other entertainment. The United Center was also home to the 1996 Democratic National Convention.

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