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Chicago is home to some of the most renowned museums in the world. From the Shedd Aquarium—which is one of the top aquariums in the nation—to the Chicago Field Museum, Chicago’s Museum Campus is dedicated to shedding light on the natural sciences and is the perfect destination for a family visit, date night, or even a solo trip to immerse yourself in a new world.

Situated across from the Loop’s business and entertainment district, the Chicago’s Museum Campus is located along the lakefront, and it is home to the city’s most visited institutions, not to mention that it is a quick 10-minute drive from The St. Regis Chicago. In addition to the iconic museums, Museum Campus is also home to Soldier Field.

The Planetarium is hosting a variety of upcoming events, like its ‘Scopes in the City series, which is making its way to Richard M. Daley Branch Chicago Public Library on March 30, or Adler at Night, which allows guests to explore the Planetarium until 10:00 p.m. on Wednesdays. Whether you are looking for a fun getaway to explore our solar system, or a post-date night trip, the Planetarium is a great spot in Chicago’s Museum Campus.

In March, the Shedd Aquarium is hosting a sea turtle guided tour for visitors to learn about how their team rescues sea animals, and — the 75-minute presentation also gives a closer look at the Aquarium’s shark exhibit. Perfect for any family outing, the Shedd Aquarium has even offered free entry for Illinois residents. Be on the lookout for upcoming free days, and be sure to click that you are a resident while filling out the ticket form!

Whether you want to see a Bears game, watch your favorite musician play Soldier Field, or learn about our galaxy at the Adler Planetarium, there are countless ways to spend your day at the Museum Campus in Chicago.

If you’d like to stay closer to Lakeshore East and not venture to the iconic Museum Campus, there is still a lot of art, culture, and innovations to see! You can make your way to the Art Institute of Chicago, take a walk over to the American Writers Museum, or even plan a visit to the Chicago Cultural Center.

If you are looking to dive into the world of sciences, or appreciate the various art exhibits presented throughout the city, Chicago is full of culture for all to enjoy. With its central location to all the city’s renowned institutions, The Residences at The St. Regis Chicago is the perfect residence for individuals looking to delve into the better things in life.