Chicago: Windy City Wonders

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  • 3-day trip
  • Architectural & cultural focus
  • By plane or bus

This class trip to Chicago offers students an enriching experience that combines educational opportunities in cultural diversity and architectural variety.

They will explore landmarks such as Millennium Park and the Shedd Aquarium, along with world-renowned museums dedicated to science, industry, and art. Through these visits, students will gain a broader understanding of different cultures and scientific advancements while exploring one of America’s most iconic cities.

Your class trip includes

  • Roundtrip transportationBy plane or bus (depending on your location)
  • Hotel accommodations3 or 4 star (your choice)
  • Private deluxe motorcoach while touring
  • Tour director & local guides
  • Breakfast & dinner daily
  • Overnight security at hotels
  • Entrance fees
  • All tips for tour guides, drivers & restaurant servers
  • 24/7 trip emergency support
  • 9-5pm (EST) reservation support
  • backpack
  • luggage tag
  • More services available by request
Day 1: Chicago's Iconic Attractions
Day 2: Architectural Marvels
Day 3: Art & History Day

Depart for Chicago, Illinois
By plane or bus

Explore Millennium Park
See Jay Pritzker Pavilion, the Crown Fountain, Lurie Garden, and Cloud Gate.

Visit Buckingham Fountain
One of the largest fountains in the world, inspired by the Latona Fountain at the Palace of Versailles.

Explore the Shedd Aquarium
Houses 32,500 aquatic creatures suhc as beluga whales, sharks, and dolphins.

Experience the Planitarium and Astronomy Museum
Founded in 1930, the planetarium “connects people to the Universe and eachother.”

Visit Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry
See the NASA spacecraft used during Apollo 8.

Dinner & overnight

Breakfast at your hotel

See Chicago’s famous Water Tower
Built in 1869, this structure became well-known when it survived the Great Chicago Fire of 1871.

Walk the Magnificent Mile
A well-known 13-block stretch of North Michigan Ave which contains stores, restaurants, and other attractions.

Visit Chicago’s Navy Pier
A 3,300 foot longer pier that stretchs onto Lake Michigan and contains an indoor botanical garden, public park, restaurants, shops, and rides. Lunch on the pier.

Visit Lincoln Park Zoo
Founded in 1868, it is the fourth oldest zoo in America.

Visit the Willis Tower
Formerly known as the Sears Tower.

Dinner at Lou Malnati’s
Enjoy a deep dish pizza at a Chicago staple.


Breakfast at your hotel

Visit the Art Institute of Chicago
One of the oldest and largest museums in the United States.

Explore the Field Museum of Natural History
Enjoy a lunch before exploring the museum’s exhibits including a fossilized Tyrannosaurus Rex which is about 67 million years old

Depart from Chicago for home
By plane or bus

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