Illinois Route 66
Beginning in Chicago at the corner of Jackson Boulevard and Michigan Avenue, just steps from Buckingham Fountain. From there, you can explore more than 400 miles of the Mother Road in the Illinois countryside.
Have you ever gotten eye-to-eye with a dolphin? Or met a penguin on a stroll to the South Pole? Or immersed yourself in an Amazon flooded forest? At Shedd, it's all possible. Located in Chicago.
Trump International Hotel
Soaring 92 stories above North Michigan Avenue, the hotel is a showcase of bold style & engaging design, polished stainless steel & iridescent-tinted glass.
Historic communities, river adventures, miles of winding trails, awe-inspiring views, seasonal festivals…escape to where the great rivers wind into rare finds for an experience you’ll never forget.
Centrally located in Illinois, Pontiac offers its visitors a unique collection of interesting places and great things to see.
Revel in scenic beauty that will take your breath away. Walk through our rich tapestry of history. Discover fun for the whole family in the Land of Lincoln.
A City of Gardens, a Region of Four Rivers, and a cultural destination located in northern Illinois.
Chicago Children's Museum
The Museum's mission is to improve children’s lives by creating a community where play and learning connect.
Intercontinental Hotel - Chicago
Located on Michigan Avenue where you can easily get to all of the museums, shops and entertainment. This luxury historical hotel is perfect for business or leisure.
Discover the heart of the city and its endless stretches of wooded riverbanks plus unique options for shopping, dining, festivals, sporting events, exceptional golf and world-class art and culture.
Located in Roselle (NW of Chicago), it's the oldest and largest, continuously-operation bonded winery in Illinois featuring a beautiful oaken tasting room and four elaborate bed and breakfast suites.
Only 37 miles west of Chicago, the Aurora Area offers savory dining, unique architecture, the coolest attractions, extreme shopping & hundreds of other options for a truly unique visitor experience.
We invite you to stay in one of more than 60 lodging properties while you relax and explore the natural spaces and fun places of Lake County.
Waldorf Astoria Chicago Hotel
The richly detailed exterior & European courtyard are reminiscent of the grand hotels of the 1920's.
Art Institute of Chicago
This introduction to the Art Institute previews its world-renowned collection, inspiring gallery spaces, and dynamic educational programs.
Located in Chicago, the museum is home to three full-size theaters, extensive space science exhibitions, and one of the world's most important antique astronomical instrument collections on display.
Located in NW Illinois - rolling hills, scenic roads and historic charm. Inspired by nature and overlooking the banks of the Galena River, the welcoming Main Street embraces a simpler time.
A farm to tavern concept with a local seasonal focus on food, craft beer and liquor. The best local ingredients are used when possible and almost everything is created from scratch. Located on Chicago's North side.
Atlanta, IL - Palms Grill Café
An Illinois community along historic Route 66 that looked into its own history and came together to restore an iconic diner. This is the story of the Palms Grill Café in Atlanta, IL.
State of Food
From the state capitol to the Windy City and beyond, discover the specialties that put Illinois on the culinary map.
Whether you're visiting for business or pleasure, you can expect to find world-class dining, entertainment, and hotels and accommodations here in the largest and most-visited city in the Midwest.
The Field Museum - Chicago
Devoted to the research of human cultures & the natural world & the dissemination of knowledge. One of America's great museums.
A State Historic and UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is the largest prehistoric Native American city north of Mexico and the largest prehistoric earthen mound in the Americas. The site is located in Collinsville.
Museum of Science and Industry
The largest science museum in the Western Hemisphere. So much to see and do in one location - in Chicago.
Step outside the tallest building in the western hemisphere and the third tallest in the world. At 1,353 feet in the air, the Ledge’s glass boxes extend out 4.3 feet from Skydeck.
Outstanding hotels, unique restaurants & attractions such as the Children's Discovery Museum, the David Davis Mansion or the McLean County Museum of History.
Summer outdoor concerts, the Riverwalk, Centennial Beach, climbing the Carillon and more. Come and experience big city styles with small town smiles!