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Millennium Park

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60601,203 East Randolph Street,Chicago

An outdoor marvel, the crown jewel of Chicago Millennium Park is Chicago's gem, a fabulous outdoor space comprising an outdoor amphitheater, giant video screens towering over a wading pool, lush gardens and, of...
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About Face Theatre

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60640,5252 North Broadway Street,Chicago

Premier LGBT theatre company A national leader in the development of new work exploring gender and sexual identity since 1995, About Face has premiered more than 30 new plays by writers and directors who have been...
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Leather Archives and Museum

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60626,7001-7011 North Greenview Avenue,Chicago

Only leather museum in the country The only such museum in the country is based now in Rogers Park neighbourhood on the far north side. It was founded by Chuck Renslow, also the founder of the annual Chicago based...
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Henry Gerber Residence

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60614,1710 North Crilly Court,Chicago

Home of the founder of the country's first gay rights org Henry Gerber was one of the founders of America's first gay rights organization, the Society for Human Rights, established in 1924. Its members were both black...
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Museum Of Science & Industry

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60637, South Lake Shore Drive,Chicago

Interactive science museum This is a huge interactive museum, popular for kids but fun for adults too. Check out the green home exhibit or the planetary exhibits, or watch something incredible at the Omnimax theatre.
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Field Museum

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60605, 1400 S Lake Shore Dr,Chicago

Fun family-friendly natural history and art museum The Field offers a wonderful permanent collection of animals and dinosaurs, and often features fun exhibits like last years "real pirates" exhibit.
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Museum of Contemporary Art

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60611,220 East Chicago Avenue,Chicago

Modern, chic, hip and cool The MCA gathers some of the country's—and world's—most groundbreaking modern art in a breathtaking setting just off Michigan Avenue and steps from Lake Michigan.
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Music Box Theatre

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60613,3733 North Southport Avenue,Chicago

Historic Movie House The grandeur of the old days pervades this Chicago theater, where its luxury creates a perfect display for the independent films they play
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Chicago Architecture Foundation River Cruise

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60601,112 East Upper Wacker Drive,Chicago

Unique way to take in the city On a warm summer evening, there's nothing like taking in the sights of Chicago from on board the First Lady, a ferry that winds up and down the river.
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Legacy Walk

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60613,3702 North Halsted Street,Chicago

Outdoor LGBT Historic Museum Walk Spanning one-half mile of the Northalsted Corridor in Chicago's"Boystown", the Legacy Walk captures the lives of notable LGBT people throughout history. International, multicultural...
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Hull House

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60607,800 South Halsted Street,Chicago

Jane Addams Hull House Jane Addams and her longtime female companions served immigrants from this settlement house on the near west side at the turn of the 20th century. The Hull House Museum today embraces a lesbian...
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PH Productions

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60657,3110 North Sheffield Avenue,Chicago

Funny, non-traditional theatre PH is an incredible ensemble performance group that does an assortment of original comedic productions. They also teach a variety of acting classes. If you are looking for original...
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Washington Square Park

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60607,924 West Washington Boulevard,Chicago

Formerly Bug house Square Bug house Square was a north side park where public demonstrations took place, near the infamous Dill Pickle Club. The first Pride March in 1970 began there. Bug house Square was also a...
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Rosehill Cemetery

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60660,5800 North Ravenswood Avenue,Chicago

First burial site for HIV/AIDS victims The first burial site in the city, located in West Andersonville neighbourhood, for people lost to HIV/AIDS in the early- to mid 1980s. The cemetery is also the burial place of...
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Victory Gardens Biograph Theater

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60614,2433 North Lincoln Avenue,Chicago

New play hub in Chicago With 12 resident playwrights, Victory Gardens is now committed to representing Chicago's diverse community on stage at the newly renovated Biograph Theatre in Lincoln Park.
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Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University

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60605,101 East Congress Parkway,Chicago

Auditorium Theatre is a music and performance venue located inside the Auditorium Building at 50 Congress Parkway in Chicago, Illinois.
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Chicago Cultural Center

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60602,78 East Washington Street,Chicago

The Chicago Cultural Center, opened in 1897, is a Chicago Landmark building that houses the city's official reception venue where the Mayor of Chicago has welcomed Presidents and royalty, diplomats and community...
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