Living in Chicago
Chicago is well known for its cultural diversity, busy shopping districts, authentic ethnic cuisine, vibrant theatre scene and beautiful skyline. Several world renowned architects have contributed to our stunning aesthetics, including Louis H. Sullivan and Frank Lloyd Wright, and the city is home to 49 landmark districts. Our galleries and museums are world class. For example, the Art Institute of Chicago is home to one of the world’s largest collection of Impressionist paintings outside Paris. And if you’d like to see the world’s largest, best preserved T-Rex, head over to the Field Museum.
But Chicago’s greatest resource is its people, and the city is famous for its multiculturalism. Sign up for a neighborhood tour, and you’ll get to visit communities like Chinatown, Little Italy, Greektown, Ukrainian Village, Bronzeville and Pilsen, where tradition, language and culture thrive. No matter what your taste, style and budget, you’ll never run out of new and exciting things to do and see in Chicago. Where else in the Midwest can you find such a range of learning and fun opportunities? Explore the links below to find out more!