Looking to plan an amazing trip to Chicago this summer? We’ve got you covered with the following suggestions.
Visiting Chicago? Don’t miss the chance to explore the city’s Wicker Park neighborhood. Originally built around a 4-acre (1.6 hectare) namesake park, the area has a history of playing home to different Eastern European immigrant communities. Today, it’s known for its independent boutiques, rich art culture and hipster vibe. Here are some of the best things to do in Wicker Park:
Touted as “The Nation’s Largest Sketch Comedy Festival,” those who enjoy offbeat performances and cutting edge shows won’t want to miss the annual Chicago Sketch Comedy Festival. Taking place this year from Jan. 8-18, 2015, at Stage 773 — a theater known for supporting all types of creative arts — attendees can expect 1,000+ performers across almost […]
What better way to celebrate the season than with a fun festival? Chicago’s Winter Wonderfest is an annual occurrence that people look forward to all year. Featuring an indoor ice skating rink, amusement park rides (including an indoor Ferris wheel!), a zipline, a train, slides, a carousel, a bouncy castle and all the wonders that come with a carnival. The best part? It’s indoors at Navy Pier, so you’ll be shielded from the elements.