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Adler Planetarium and Astronomy Museum

Museums Chicago
$35
Be transported to the outer reaches of the Universe on a visit to Chicago's Adler Planetarium and Astronomy Museum, the first planetarium in the United States. Since 1930 the country's oldest planetarium has been delighting audiences with the spectacle of the night sky. Visit The Universe: A Walk Through Space and Time, Atwood Sphere Experience, Shoot for the Moon exhibit and choose from a range of Sky Shows in Grainger Sky Theater, Definiti Space Theater and Johnson Family Star Theater.

On your self-guided tour you'll visit the historic Atwood Experience identifying the positions of the brightest stars in the night sky and constellations they form. You'll also visit Shoot for the Moon, highlighting the exciting stories of space exploration and America's bold plans to travel to the Moon.

In Adler's newest exhibit The Universe: A Walk Through Space and Time, be transported to the distant corners of the cosmos and witness how the Universe evolved over 13.7 billion years - from the Big Bang to modern day. Additionally, see a Sky Show in the Grainger Space Theater, Definiti Space Theater or Johnson Family Star Theater. There are over five Sky Shows to choose from and you can select which you would like to see upon arrival.

The Adler Planetarium is fun for the whole family and a great way to get a closer look and explore what's beyond our planet.

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Field Museum of Natural History Admission

Museums Chicago
$32
Explore 26 million artifacts, including SUE, the world's largest T. rex!  Discover 23 mummies, our dazzling Gem Hall or journey to the powerful Aztec empire!

The Field Museum is home to SUE, most complete T. rex, plus more than 35 world-renowned exhibitions. Discover Inside Ancient Egypt, where 23 Egyptian mummies and 5,000 year-old hieroglyphics reside.  In Underground Adventure, visitors “shrink” to 1/100th of their natural size to explore a subterranean world.

Be dazzled in our new Hall of Gems. Marvel at one of the largest collections of Chinese jade in North America in our Hall of Jades. Journey through 13,000 years of history in the Ancient Americas from the Ice Age mammoth hunter to the temples of the Incas and Aztecs. If you are looking for dinosaurs – this is the place! Visit our newly renovated Dinosaur Hall -- Evolving Planet -- where giant sloths, woolly mammoths and dinosaurs all mingle!

Located on Chicago's Museum Campus, The Field Museum also has dining facilities, performance opportunities and an unbeatable view of Lake Michigan and Chicago's downtown skyline.

The Field Museum is an unforgettable experience for visitors of all ages.

Please Note: Jurassic World: The Exhibition is not included in the Discovery Pass or the All-Access Pass pricing options.

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Museum of Science and Industry Chicago

Museums Chicago
$20

The Museum of Science and Industry Chicago is the largest science museum in the country.  Housed in the only remaining building from the 1893 World's Fair, MSI is a Chicago must-see!  You'll experience 14 acres of hands-on exhibits and have the chance to stand before a 40-foot tornado; take a run in a human-sized hamster wheel; navigate through a mirror maze; board a 727 hanging from the ceiling; transmit your pulse to a 13-foot, 3-D beating heart; and much more! 

Choose either Museum Entry, which grants you access into most of the experiences in the museum.  Or you can choose Museum Entry + one Giant Dome film in the 5-story domed movie theater!


The Museum of Science and Industry's unique and cutting-edge experiences and exhibits have earned some bragging rights. MSI was rated one of the Top 25 Museums in the U.S. by TripAdvisor, one of the Seven Wonders of Chicago by the Chicago Tribune and named one of the Top 10 Science Museums to visit in the United States by American Mensa. Some of the most popular exhibits are the Science Storms, which explores nature's most powerful phenomena. Witness bolts of lightning flashing above you, trigger an avalanche, create a tsunami and more. YOU! The Experience explores the human mind, body, and spirit. Play a game of competitive relaxation with your brain waves.  Get lost in a giant mirror maze in Numbers in Nature, and see baby chicks hatching every day.

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Art Institute of Chicago Fast Pass Admission

Museums Chicago
$35
Art lover or not, the Art Institute of Chicago – the second-largest art museum in America – is not to be missed. Located in Chicago's Grant Park, this amazing museum features an extraordinary collection of Impressionist, post-Impressionist, modern and contemporary art from such masters as Monet, Renoir, van Gogh, Picasso and Pollock, as well as stunning new-age architectural, industrial and graphic design.

With mobile tickets, simply scan your phone for direct entry into the Art Institute.

The Art Institute of Chicago, located in famous Grant Park, is the second-largest art museum in the US. With your Fast Pass admission ticket, spend the day exploring the amazing museum while bypassing General Admission lines and gaining expedited access to galleries and special exhibitions.
Browse a spectacular collection of Impressionist and post-Impressionist masterpieces from famous artists including Claude Monet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Georges Seurat and Vincent van Gogh.
At the critically acclaimed Modern Wing – just a short walk from Millennium Park over the spectacular pedestrian bridge – admire some of world's greatest collections of modern and contemporary art from masters such as Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall, Jackson Pollock and Gerhard Richter.
The Art Institute of Chicago is also home to European and American decorative arts, Asian art and architectural, industrial and graphic design. As you explore the museum, your children can enjoy art-making activities.

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Volo Auto Museum Admission

Museums Volo
$15
Located just outside of Chicago, the Volo Auto Museum features over 33 exhibits and display attractions. The museum was built on a farm from the 1800's and features many of the original buildings along with their country charm and character.

Sprawled out over 35 acres, the Volo Auto Museum is home to over 33 exhibits and display attractions including a camper museum, military museum, train tours, cars of the rich and famous, a Batmobile collection, muscle cars, classic cars, vintage bicycles, and much more. 

The exhibits are family friendly and range from Special Interest Cars to Mickey Mouse, creating an experience the whole family can enjoy. Visitors tend to spend anywhere from one to five hours here. You are encouraged to plan on spending the whole day so you can enjoy all of the exhibits at a comfortable pace. However, you do not need much time to appreciate this inspiring history of the auto industry.

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American Writers Museum Admission

Museums Chicago
$12
In the heart of downtown Chicago, the American Writers Museum celebrates all genres of writing through interactive exhibits and programming. From Twain to Tupac, there's a story here for everyone. Discover for yourself and visit today! 180 N. Michigan Avenue. Museum hours are Tuesday - Sunday 10 AM – 5 PM, Thursdays 10AM- 6PM. Named Illinois' Best Attraction by USA Today and One of the 10 Best New Museums in the World by Fodor's.

Visitors will explore the great writers' hometowns and learn about all of the AWM Affiliate homes in Writers Hall. In A Nation of Writers they will learn about and celebrate authors who are emblematic of a unique American Voice, across history, genre, and mediums, from poets to sportswriters . Galleries such as The Mind of a Writer will de-mystify famed writers' works and methodologies and invite visitor creativity with games and other immersive offerings. The Wintrust Chicago Gallery will delve into the great writers, literary influencers, characters, and groups that shaped the city's unique literary tradition. Featured in the Meijer Gallery is the temporary exhibit,  Capturing Stories: Photographs of Writers by Art Shay showcasing Shay's landmark images of Nelson Algren and other notable writers.  Laura Ingalls Wilder: From Prairie to Page exhibit in the Writer's Room focuses on Wilder's lifelong relationship with language and writing that shaped her Little House series.