Yep, today Chicago turns 176 years old. Who would have guessed? There are birthdya festivities going on throughout the town!
Are you thinking about spending St. Patrick’s Day in Chicago? Great idea! With one of the largest St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in the U.S., Chicago is the ideal place to celebrate St. Pat’s. Whether you’re celebrating your Irish heritage or just joining in the fun, here are some top activities to make the most of your trip.
Chicago is a great place to be for New Year's Eve! If you're in the mood for a classy evening and black tie festivities, The Signature Room at the 95th might be exactly what you're seeking. Lovebirds who want romance on the water can enjoy a champagne dinner cruise, complete with a fireworks show.
A Night of Sophistication Awaits
Where do people go for destination Thanksgivings? While New York City is the top destination for Thanksgiving (let's face it, nobody can beat the Macy's Day Parade) Chicago is the 8th most popular destination for Thanksgiving vacations. And why shouldn't it be?
Ah, November. The time of year where we can finally wear a jacket outside in the morning and still not regret our outfit choice by noon. The temperatures are consistent throughout the say, and pretty much throughout the month.
Alright, we know that saying "what's hot" died in the 90's along with spikey bleach blonde hair (unfortunately) but, despite the drop in temperatures, things never cool down on Magnificent Mile in Chicago.
Fall is a beautiful time of year in Chicago! The temperatures are just right (in the mid-60's, that's just right for this time of year) and there is still plenty of fun things to do in Chicago every weekend! Don't miss any chance to see the fall foliage in Chicago from one of the sightseeing cruises, or just exploring the city on your own!
While there are so many famous Chicago attractions and things to do to keep you occupied while you're in town, there are also plenty of Chicago events that won't be there every time you go - like when you're in Chicago for Labor Day 2012! Many Americans associate Labor Day with the end of summer - at least the end of summer as we know it.