Top 10 Places To Visit In Chicago


So, you have probably already been to Museum Campus, walked down Michigan Avenue and seen Millennium Park. Where else can you go to put a little variety in your social life?

1. Jam Sessions

Consider taking your Chicago escort to a jam session in Lincoln Square or in Lincoln Park. You never know who is going to show up, but it is a great place to relax, listen to music and enjoy the company.

2. Beaches

While you cannot go wrong with any of the beaches in Chicago, some of them can become quite crowded on beautiful summer weekends. Instead, travel north and hit one of the beaches along the bike path instead.

3. Kedzie

Head to Kedzie to sample the flavor of this neighborhood that features some of the best Middle Eastern eateries in Chicago. From bakeries and restaurants to after dinner sweets and treats, this neighborhood will ensure that both you and your Chicago escort will be satisfied with this fun and flirty date night.

4. Navy Pier

Chicago’s largest attraction, over 8.6 million guests visit Navy Pier annually. It offers free admission, an IMAX theater, boat tours, carnival rides, restaurants, shops, gardens and parks.

5. Art Institute of Chicago

You and any of our escorts in Oakbrook will be blown away by some of the most famous paintings in the world at the nearby Art institute of Chicago. Manet, Monet and Van Gogh have works on display here, and you may recognize other pieces known by many through popular culture.

6. Lincoln Park Zoo

The Lincoln Park Zoo does not charge admission and features a wide assortment of amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals, geckos, lizards, flamingos, jaguars, pigs, lions, chimps and wolves, to name a few.

7. The Field Museum

The Field Museum features some famous exhibits such as the hall of gems, a three-dimensional theater, a DNA discovery center and Sue the dinosaur, the largest, most complete Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton ever to be discovered.

8. Wrigley Field

You can also take escorts in Oakbrook to Wrigley Field to see the retro-ballpark that is most notable for housing the Cubs. Fans pack the arena for each game and because the stadium is in a local neighborhood, residents can walk to bars and restaurants before and after the games.