Planetarium, Aquarium and Museum in Chicago

Chicago, Illinois is a nice place for you to go when you are planning to have some fun and adventure. Here’s the start of your trip, that is, in Adler Planetarium & Astronomy Museum. Since you cannot see the planet and the stars at a proximal distance, here you can with telescopes at hand. There you can see the wonders that God has created. You can be taught a lot of things like space travel, the solar system and the galaxies in its unique exhibits. It’s like you are having a real journey to the outer space and in the Milky Way. What an exciting journey indeed!

 Adler Planetarium & Astronomy Museum

From the stars and the planets, you may journey with excitement into the creatures of the famous and multi awarded John G. Shedd Aquarium. Here, you can visualize over 25, 000 fish and imagine swimming with them in the deep corralled water.  A collection of saltwater fish, marine mammals, birds, snakes, amphibians and insects are seen by at least 2 million annual visitors.

From the huge display in the aquarium, a journey in the medieval times follows next at the Field Museum of Natural History. A collection of large animal relics in the old times with over 21 million specimens are standing here. Your kids will be excited to see this as they only imagined these creatures in their science book. You could just envision how big and tall are the old animals in the ancient history. Examples of these are the dinosaur skeletons, a large and diverse taxidermy collection.

 Field Museum of Natural History

If you’re tired and want to enjoy seeing the movement of the people gifted to perform in the stage, here’s the Ford Center for the Performing Arts Oriental Theatre. Since 1926, this theatre is considered as a deluxe movie place. Both movies and vaudeville acts have been presented here. The performance of the Duke Ellington orchestra cannot be forgotten in this theater. The star studded show has been performed by Frank Sinatra, Bob Hope and many other famous artists and performers.  You can go and tread in this Chicago journey!