Local Entertainment and Attraction Links

Here are some of my favorite links to various local points of interest including museums, sports, music venues and many other fun things to do in Chicagoland - Enjoy!



Chicago Symphony Orchestra



Lyric Opera



Pick-Staiger Concert Hall



Ravinia Festival



Centerstage Chicago Online Event Listings



MetroMix Chicago Area Entertainment and Events





Art Institute of Chicago ? Chicago
The museum houses more than 300,000 works of art within its 10 curatorial departments.


Museum of Contemporary Art - Chicago
One of America's largest art museum sites.



Adler Planetarium & Astronomy Museum ? Chicago
Visit the three floors of hands-on and historical exhibits, and catch one of the spectacular sky shows.


Hancock Observatory, The ? Chicago
See the city like you never have before. Oh, and check out stars and planets too.



Chicago Children's Museum ? Navy Pier Chicago
Thirteen permanent interactive exhibits, addressing the arts, science and humanities, along with accompanying programs, provide innovative educational experiences for children up through the fifth grade.


DuPage Children's Museum ? Naperville
Contains information about the museum and its programs, and features Aunty Math.


Kohl Children's Museum - Wilmette
Children ages 1-8 can touch and explore each and every one of our eight exhibits in addition to participating in planned daily activities.



Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design ? Chicago
Featuring Landmark Chicago, a permanent exhibition celebrating
Chicago's position as the world capital of historical and contemporary landmarks of modern architecture.


Chicago Historical Society ? Chicago
Learn about the great
Chicago fire and other historical events from the rich multicultural history of Chicago and Illinois.


DuPage Historical Museum ? Wheaton
Three floors of exhibits tell the fascinating stories of
DuPage County's rich history from the breaking of prairie sod in the 1830s to the rapid development of the 1990s.


Field Museum of Natural History ? Chicago
Founded in 1893, the
Field Museum is one of the world's great natural history museums - with a world-renowned scientific staff and collections of more than 20 million specimens and cultural objects.


Illinois Railway Museum ? Union
Demonstrating the vital role railroads have played in the growth of the
Chicago area as well as the United States.


Museum of Broadcast Communications ? Chicago
One of only two broadcast museums in
America, the MBC examines popular culture and contemporary American history through the sights and sounds of television and radio.



Chicago Botanic Garden ? Glencoe
385-acre public garden owned by the Forest Preserve District of Cook County and managed by the Chicago Horticultural Society.


Morton Arboretum ? Lisle
of woody plants started by Joy Morton in 1922.



Earnest Hemingway Museum ? Oak Park
Explore displays featuring rare photographs of Hemingway, his childhood diary, letters, early writings and other memorabilia.


Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio ? Oak Park
Take a tour of where Frank Lloyd Wright started and learn about his works and ideas.



Chicago Academy of Sciences - Nature Museum ? Chicago
A fun place where children, families, school groups, and adults can explore nature and science.


Museum of Science and Industry ? Chicago
The largest science museum in a single building in the
Western Hemisphere with over 800 exhibits and over 2,000 interactive units located in over 350,000 square feet of exhibit space.


SciTech ? Aurora
Hands-on science and technology center.




Comiskey Park     

Soldier Field         

United Center       

Wrigley Field       

Allstate Arena


Chicago Cubs Official Site


Chicago Bears Official Site


Chicago Bulls Official Site


Chicago White Sox Official Site


Chicago Blackhawks


Chicago Fire

Chicago Rush

Chicago Wolves

Kane County Cougars



Chicago Sun-Times

Chicago Tribune

Daily Herald

Life Newspapers

Pioneer Press



Illinois Bureau of Tourism

Illinois State Parks

National Park Service Illinois