Located just a few blocks east of the Thompson Center, Millennium Park is a must-see destination with stunning architecture, world-renowned public art installations, and plenty of green space to relax.
Just a couple blocks north of the complex, the Chicago Riverwalk offers breathtaking views of the city skyline and a variety of outdoor dining options.
Located across Millennium Park, the Art Institute of Chicago is one of the world's leading art museums, with an extensive collection of Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, and American art.
Just a few blocks north of the Thompson Center, the Magnificent Mile is one of Chicago's premier shopping destinations, with a wide range of upscale retailers, department stores, and boutiques.
Located just a few blocks southwest of the center, the Willis Tower, formerly known as the Sears Tower, offers incredible views of the city from its Skydeck observation deck on the 103rd floor.
Two blocks east of the Thompson Center, the Chicago Theatre is an iconic landmark of the city's theater district, offering a range of live performances and events.
A short ride east of the Thompson Center, Navy Pier is a popular destination for visitors with a variety of entertainment options, including rides, restaurants, and the Chicago Children's Museum.
Grant Park is a large urban park with plenty of green space, walking trails, and popular attractions like the Buckingham Fountain. The park is located right next to Millennium Park.
A 13 minutes' drive south of the Thompson Center, the Field Museum is one of the world's leading natural history museums, with extensive collections of fossils, animal specimens, and cultural artifacts.
The Adler Planetarium in Northerly Island Park offers a range of interactive exhibits and displays focused on astronomy and space exploration.