Chicago Children’s Museum
Whether you’re looking for your child to exert energy or something to help stimulate their minds, the weather doesn’t always have to be a factor in choosing your next outing with the little ones.
Chicago has many wonderful permanent exhibits in its museums. Individuals and families can experience the cultural diversity of Chicago and also have excellent learning experiences by visiting the permanent exhibits.
Among the many wonderful ways to celebrate African American culture and history this month, these noteworthy events are great options to consider.
New Year’s doesn’t necessarily strike people as being a family-friendly holiday in Chicago. However, there are many kid-friendly events that are perfect for youth of all ages.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel has welcomed word that the Chicago Children’s Museum has signed a new lease with Navy Pier, keeping it there through this century, but his office isn’t providing many details of the lease.
The next three weeks kick off spring break for hundreds of thousands of students all over the Chicago area. So on Thursday, the Wright family, like many families in the area, is looking for something to do, without spending a lot of money.
It’s that day that only comes once every four years, when women are purportedly supposed to propose to men, and when full-grown adults who are actually 28 years old get to celebrate their 7th birthdays.
The Richard J. Daley Bicentennial Plaza in the northeast corner of Grant Park is about to get a facelift.
Three years after it generated shouting matches and power struggles in City Hall, the plan to move the Chicago Children’s Museum to Grant Park has been declared dead by one official.
Renovations and upgrades at Navy Pier have been under discussion for years, and now, a plan is set to be released.
It appears the fight over moving the Chicago Children’s Museum to the northeast corner of Grant Park might be over.
Will the Chicago Children’s Museum stay at Navy Pier, or will it go? According to reports Wednesday, the answer seems to be a definite “maybe.”