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This historic Chicago landmark dates back to the 1850s and still regularly conducts services. Additionally, it is the location of the World’s Largest Block Party, a highly anticipated Chicago event.
As one of the smallest stadiums in the NFL, it's highly unlikely you'll get a bad seat. What you should be worried about though? The act of keeping warm in this largely uncovered space.
Catch a few rays laying out on your own plot of htis 184 acre park or head to the on-site conservatory to peruse the exotic plants. Named in honor of President Garfield, it's a perfect spot to enjoy a pick-up game of soccer or a bit of fishing at the lagoon.
As the third busiest rail terminal in the U.S., you can expect this station to be quite big; about nine and a half city blocks actually. While architecture in the Great Hall will likely take you back to another time, grab something from Au Bon Pain or Burrito Beach before hoppping on the train for your next destination.
Located in Jefferson Park, Copernicus Center is a major civic, cultural, educational, recreational, and entertainment resource, and is the location for concerts and other live events.
Whether you are confronted with the statue of the two bison on theEAst side of this park or not, you'll still be able to hang out here. @00+ acres means you'll no doubt find enough space for you and your friends on a chill day, if you're not headed to the on-site field house. If you do get to the inland beach, tell us how it is.