(Chinese Version)4. Navy Pier Navy Pier is a 3,300-foot-long (1,010 m) pier on the Chicago shoreline of Lake Michigan. The Navy Pier was opened to public on July 15, 1916. It used to serve the navy but now, it is the No.1 attractions in the middle west where people can enjoy arid eon Ferris Wheel, musical carousel, Wave Swinger and mini golf course. Navy Pier was surrounded by Children’s Museum, Chicago Shakespeare Theater and IMAX Theatre which good for the people in all ages. A little fun fact, the end of the Navy Pier is probably the coolest place in Chicago. Before the air conditioner was invented, people were most likely host events over there to enjoy the breeze from Lake Michigan.
5. Millennium Park People who live in Chicago can be tired about all of the skyscrapers. They want a fast path working style during the work day but, meanwhile, they also want to get away from the engine noise and enjoy the peace. And there you have the Millennium Park. With 25 acres of breathtaking architecture and an iconic collection of public art, Millennium Park is Chicago’s premier green space. After you spend thousands of dollars on the Michigan Avenue, you may want to go sit on the bench in the Millennium Park, enjoy of smiles on the Crown Fountain or take a selfie by the Bean, catch your breath, go shop more.
6. Shedd Aquarium Some say, “Shedd Aquarium is like no other aquarium in the world.” I can agree to that sentiment. With eye-popping vintage architecture, 21stcentury advanced animal care and over 1500 different species contained, it is definitely unique. In fact, it is largest indoor aquarium in the world. Be sure to visit Shedd Aquarium during your travels to Chicago!