Area Attractions in Chicago

What to See & Do in Rosemont & Chicago

Postcard-perfect moments in downtown Chicago, a sports-mad museum just minutes away in Rosemont … Stay at Loews Chicago O’Hare Hotel and you have the keys to the best attractions in the Chicagoland area.

Big Ten Museum
5440 Park Place
Check out exhibits that showcase the Big Ten Conference’s star players and coaches—and get in on the game with interactive attractions that challenge you to catch a football or block a hockey puck. Admission is free. Open 8 AM–6 PM weekdays; 11 AM–6 PM weekends. More info

5520 Park Place
Always wanted to try skydiving but too scared to throw yourself out of an airplane? iFLY is your answer. This indoor skydiving experience recreates free-fall conditions so you can float without a parachute—or anything connecting you to the ground. More info

Navy Pier
600 East Grand Avenue
Navy Pier is great for families, with its rides, restaurants, shopping and tour boats. More info

Millennium Park
201 E. Randolph Street
between Michigan Avenue & Columbus Avenue
Head to Millennium Park downtown to catch a summertime concert or try ice skating in the winter. Don’t forget to check out the striking Cloud Gate sculpture, also known as ‘The Bean.’ More info

John Hancock Center
875 N. Michigan Avenue
Gaze down upon the city and the lake from the John Hancock Center’s observation deck, and reward yourself with a refreshment at the 94th floor café. More info

Willis Tower Skydeck
233 S. Wacker Drive
Are you brave enough to step out over the side of the building, 103 floors and 1,353 feet (412 meters) up in the air? (Formerly known as the Sears Tower, this is the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere.) More info

Art Institute of Chicago
111 S. Michigan Avenue
The Art Institute boasts one of the largest collections of French Impressionist art in the world. Modern masterpieces by Warhol and Picasso are also on display. More info

Lincoln Park Zoo
2001 N. Clark Street
One of the oldest zoos in the country, dating back to 1868. This 35-acre zoo located in (where else?) Lincoln Park is free to enter. More info