The Windy City has awe-inspiring skyscrapers, hunger-stomping food, and a culture to match almost any city worldwide. But what never ceases to amaze is just how much you can do for free in Chicago. Donations by philanthropists have bestowed the city with excellent museums and more than 700 works of public art by Picasso, Chagall, and Miró. These have turned the skyscraper forest of the Loop and the Millennium Park into one big outdoor gallery.

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0:00​​ – Introduction
00:52​​ – River and Lake Cruises
1:52​​ – Skydeck
2:52​​ – Art Institute of Chicago
3:58​​ – Grant Park
5:03​​ – Millennium Park
6:03​​ – Riverwalk
7:00​​ – Navy Pier
8:02​​ – John Hancock Center
8:49​​ – Wrigley Field
9.33​​ – Maggie Daley Park

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