Whether your agenda includes seeking cultural attractions, visiting iconic treasures, sampling delicious eats, or simply relaxing, Chicago has it all! Read on for the top 10 family things to do in Chicago.
Articles filled with information to help you explore Illinois with kids. Things to do, where to go, where to stay, & more!
Whether you are a nature loving, adventure seeking, sports-craving, superhero worshiping, or an animal loving, Illinois offers activities that will satisfy anyone’s wants.
Chicago goes all out spreading the holiday cheer! Whether you need to pay a visit to Santa, enjoy a peaceful ride or fun-filled walk through a lights display, or catch a holiday performance, one thing is for sure-any of these will surely invoke the holiday spirit.
When the opportunity presented itself, our family of five jumped on the chance for a little adventure. Off we went for the most epic road trip from Chicago to Yellowstone of a lifetime. Read on, be inspired, and get ready to hit the road for your very own adventure!
My family loves a great road trip. After scanning the map, we thought it was about time to make the drive from Chicago to Florida. Oh, and what a fun …
With its awe-inspiring architecture, world class museums, and delicious eats, it’s no surprise that families love visiting Chicago. The world-class city offers tons of lodging options for families looking to visit, …
The best things in life are free. Don’t think so? Make your way to the Windy City and you’ll immediately change your mind.
Does your child love gadgets and technology? Have a budding inventor or scientist on your hands? A visit to a fantastic science and technology museum can inspire great scientific and scholastic achievement in even the non-motivated student. We poured through 1,150 reviews on our site and put together this handy guide to the top science & technology museums across the country, as voted by your trusted and experienced Trekaroo users. Get your inner Einstein on!
Fields of corn, soybeans, small towns, and water towers line the 300-mile stretch of land, and short detours off of the main highway take families through cities with small populations and plenty of local charm.