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Illinois is a wonderful getaway of Midwest America and it comprises of farmlands and crowded cities. You can have a best family vacation in luminous metropolis such as Chicago and adventurous Poplar Groove Farmlands. Thus, you can have amalgamation of experience from hustling cities to the mesmerizing natural sights like Michigan Lake. History has also engraved in this state in the places associated to the Civil War, Native Americans and Abraham Lincoln. Other cities like Rockford, Galena, and Bloomington are well known for skiing, architecture, for their parks and golf courses. A natural attraction is Starved Rock State Park because of the formation of sand stone canyon due to the melting of glaciers. Moreover, Millennium Park is iconic adventurous spot to visit for rock climbing, sightseeing, and roller blading. Likewise, Lake County would be a family fun because of the lush state parks and theme park. Different festivals take place in summers, do check it out before planning your visit to Illinois to make it worth remembering for.
The Children's Museum of Illinois invites you to explore the hands-on interactive exhibits. The all-new museum offers over 10,000 square feet of exhibit space for children and families to discover. Imagine flying a Piper airplane or becoming an Egyptian queen or a knight in shining armor..
The mission of the DuPage Children’s Museum is to stimulate curiosity, creativity, thinking and problem solving in young children through: self-directed, open-ended experiences - integration of the arts, science and math, and the child-adult learning partnership.
The New Hancock Observatory Takes You to the Top of Chicago—and Beyond! Following a multi-million dollar renovation, the new Hancock Observatory is dazzling visitors with incredible 94th-floor views, high-tech features and Chicago’s only open-air Skywalk—1,000 feet above the Magnific
The Museum of Science and Industry is the first Museum in North America to develop the idea of hands-on, interactive exhibits, and it's 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
Nature, It’s closer than you think. In fact, it’s just steps away from Lake Shore Drive in Chicago’s chic Lincoln Park. Here, you’ll find a natural oasis, conveniently located right here in the city. Discover the mysteries of nature – up close. Bright blue butterflies brush your