Amusement Parks in West Loop, Chicago


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  • Michelle Durpetti Events
    Clear your mind of all thoughts and worries and enjoy a stroll around Michelle Durpetti Events park in Chicago. Sure you could eat at home, but you'll want to take advantage of this park's restaurant for high-class food. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    505 North La Salle Drive
    Chicago, IL US
  • Mid-American Sports
    Looking for a place to take the kids this weekend? Look no further than the action-packed rides and boundless fun of Mid-American Sports in Chicago. Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    200 North Michigan Avenue
    Chicago, IL US
  • Dave & Buster's
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: Dave & Buster's - Boise facet_type_id: 7c8d72d0-5f2b-1032-9fbf-d357e4529ce5 html_text: You can always count on being well-fed and entertained at Dave & Buster's. The sprawling entertainment complex features a full bar with specialty cocktails and a dining area that serves burgers, steaks, sandwiches, and other dishes. The franchise is known for its Million Dollar Midway, the uber game room that consists of rows and rows of blinking, ticket-spewing arcade games — more than 130 total with hundreds of prizes to redeem for.
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    1030 N Clark St
    Chicago, IL US
  • Chicago Fire Major League Soccer
    Treat your family to a day that's jam-packed with thrills and excitement! Take them on a trip to Chicago Fire in Chicago. Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    980 North Michigan Avenue
    Chicago, IL US
  • Kid City
    Imaginations blossom at Kid City. Though it has a small bounce house, most of the 3,000-square-foot space is geared toward pretending. Kids push miniature carts through the supermarket, filling them with fruits and veggies before checking out at an actual cash register. They then head to the playhouse to stock the fridge and fire up the grill for a make-believe feast. Rideable plastic cars whisk children from the playhouse to the dress-up boutique, where they can see what it's like to wear a fireman's outfit over a princess gown. Meanwhile, toddlers play safely in a padded area with colorful toys. As dedicated as Kid City is to sparking kids' creativity, its staff is equally concerned with accommodating parents. Afternoon or summer-morning drop-off camps, for example, help parents find time to run errands or invent a method for removing tomato-sauce stains from ceilings. During camps, kids do arts and crafts or enjoy visits from their favorite characters, such as cartoon princesses. Open-play hours offer complimentary coffee and tea to caretakers, and a refrigerator and microwave is at their disposal for snacks or lunches.
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    1837 West Grand Avenue
    Chicago, IL US
  • Amazing Chicago's Funhouse Maze
    Originally part of architect Daniel Burnham's ambitious "Plan of Chicago" drafted in 1909, Navy Pier was designed to handle both recreational and freight traffic for the burgeoning metropolis. Its role quickly changed when it began serving as a barracks and training facility during two World Wars—it earned its nickname because of the more than 200 planes that littered the lake bottom around the pier, lost during exercises and sunk to intimidate fish with military technology. In the decades that followed, the pier was home to a University of Illinois campus, a convention center, and a venue for citywide festivals before falling into disuse. This ended in 1989, when the state moved to transform the venerable pier into one of Chicago's foremost tourist attractions. Reopened in 1995, the revamped Navy Pier boasts 50 acres of parks, restaurants, shops, and entertainment, scenically located along Lake Michigan and the mouth of the Chicago River. The pier's most striking denizen is its 150-foot tall ferris wheel, whose glittering lights slowly rotate above the water and frame a beautiful view of the city's skyscrapers for riders. Other attractions include a towering IMAX screen that shows educational films and Hollywood blockbusters, and the Chicago Shakespeare Theater, which treats audiences to bold stagings of the Bard's greatest hits.
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    600 East Grand Avenue
    Chicago, IL US

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