The brawny, dynamo of a city described by Carl Sandburg in his famous poem, “Chicago,” has shed its grit but not its frenetic rush. Discover Chicago’s glittering skyscrapers, fine dining, revitalized lakefront, urbane cultural scene, celebrated museums and the tony Magnificent Mile on an exceptional adventure that draws back the curtain on Chicagoans and “their kind of town.”
• Examine Chicago’s growth on a professor-led field trip through the city’s diverse neighborhoods.
• Experience the city’s new waterfront parks and visit the renovated Chicago History Museum.
• Enjoy expert-led visits to the Field Museum of Natural History and the renowned Art Institute of Chicago.
Walking up to one mile per day.
Date Specific Information
5-26-2013, 4-27-2014, 5-4-2014, 5-11-2014, 5-18-2014, 6-8-2014, 6-15-2014, 6-22-2014, 6-29-2014, 7-6-2014, 7-13-2014, 7-20-2014, 7-27-2014, 8-3-2014, 8-10-2014, 8-17-2014, 8-31-2014, 9-7-2014, 9-14-2014, 10-5-2014, 10-12-2014, 10-19-2014, 10-26-2014
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Coordinated by Jewish Community Center Chicago.
From charming old neighborhoods to late-night music clubs and a bustling pier on Lake Michigan, Chicago has a tempo that lures visitors and permanent residents alike. Home to the northern blues and jazz scene, world-class art collections, a renowned symphony orchestra and fine cuisine, Chicago has a bit of everything for everyone.