Better Tree Care in Chicago
Positioned along the banks of Lake Michigan, Chicago is the nation's third-largest city. Founded in 1830 as a water transit city, Chicago is home to the famous Johnson Publications, which launched African-American magazine Ebony, and the Oprah Winfrey Show. No surprise, it's the second-most visited city in the country.
There are countless must-see landmarks, including the Willis Tower (formerly the Sears Tower). There's also the Navy Pier, Millennium Park, The Magnificent Mile, and Cloud Gate just to name a few. Voted Best Large City for three years running by Conde Nast Traveler, Chicago offers something for everyone.
Family-friendly fun abounds at the Lincoln Park Zoo, which boasts an old-fashioned carousel, train rides, and a petting zoo. There's also the Shedd Aquarium, the American Girl Place, the Adler Planetarium. Kids will have a blast at the Bronzeville Children's Museumthe very first African-American kids' museum in the country.
For adult history-lovers, Chicago offers the American Writers Museum, the Chicago History Museum, the Museum of Science and Industry, and the Chicago Sports Museum.
Sports fanatics won't want to miss a visit to Wrigley Field. With a vibrant LGBTQ+ scene, Chicago also hosts dozens of sites that celebrate people and their culture. You'll find the world's only LGBTQ+ museum at The Legacy Walk in Boystown. See more than 35 rainbow memorial markers celebrating notable people in the LGBTQ+ community. Then, stop by the Jane Addams Hull-House Museum to learn about the woman who dedicated her life to social justice. Other places of note include The Leather Archives & Museum and the Gerber/Hart Library and Archives.
And the food! Of course, Chicago pizza is a must, and with so many options to choose from. Try the Bungalow by Middle Brow, Labriola, and Pat's Pizza. Chi Town has other palate-pleasing restaurants as well. Try the flavors of Midwestern-Mediterranean fusion at Avec. Indulge in old-school drive-in fare at Superdawg's, enjoy farm-to-table specialties at Lula Cafe, or chow down on brisket and pulled pork at Smoque BBQ
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