When it comes to local culture, Chicagoans sure have a lotta options.

The best beach to go to play volleyball, sand sports, and enjoy the sun and sand in Chicago.
One of the most beautiful landmarks in Chicago, this large structure is home to many movies in the parks, yoga sessions, concerts, and more.
Forbes named this #4 for the best hipster neighborhoods to live in. This is a great location for the arts, events, and a hot spot for things to do.
Near the lakefront, great restaurants, and other Chicago attractions. This is a prime and historical location in Chicago.
Historic buildings, attractions, summer festivals, and an all-around family neighborhood.
This neighborhood is located near the Lake Shore shoreline and is considered to be very affluent. It’s a popular destination for both tourists and locals due to its boutiques, nightlife, and high energy.
A spectacular showcase of style, flavor, entertainment, and fun, with more than 460 stores, 275 restaurants, 60 hotels, and unique entertainment and attractions along the strip.
One of Chicago’s trendiest neighborhoods that attracts both young crowds and families. They are known for their dive bars, local music, and scenic attractions.
Still called its former name—the Sears Tower—by locals, this is one of the many prides of the city. Here you can go to the Skydeck and get amazing 360-degree views of all of Chicago. Yoga sessions and events also take place here.
The Lincoln Park Zoo gets about 3.6 million people in attendance every year. They hold events from Christmas-themed light shows and other family-themed activities.
The biggest summer music festival in Chicago and one that is most well-known in the U.S.
Taste all that Chicago has to offer with dozens of restaurants, etc.