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  • South Suburban Genealogical and Historical Society
    Located in the heart of Hazel Crest, South Suburban Genealogical and Historical Society is a fun and exciting zoo for patrons of all ages. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    3000 West 170th Place
    Hazel Crest, IL US
  • Ocean Design Aquarium
    Welcome home your new pet with a variety of treats and toys from Ocean Design Aquarium in Chicago. Get ready for a tail-wagging good time with so many entertaining pet toys from Ocean Design Aquarium, including pet apparel and pet toys. Treat your pets to the best meal of their lives by stocking up on food and supplies here including bowls and other feeders. There's a wide variety of pet apparel and pet toys available to make sure your pet is snug and safe in its own home. Think your pet needs a health check? There are plenty of medical services available, including healthcare. This store has everything you need like carriers so you can keep your pet happy and healthy. Forget the stress of parking spot hunting and park in one of the options located near Ocean Design Aquarium. No matter what type of pet you have, you can find great savings on pet supplies at Ocean Design Aquarium in Chicago.
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    7542 W Addison St
    Chicago, IL US
  • Tinley Park Historical Society
    At Tinley Park Historical Society in Tinley Park, you can explore many works of art scattered throughout creative art exhibits. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    6727 174th St
    Tinley Park, IL US
  • Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum
    A thousand butterflies flutter through the 2,700-square-foot Judy Istock Butterfly Haven, so at least one is bound to be closeby. Beyond the conservatory, explorers can walk through interactive displays on river ecosystems, a collection of taxidermy, and a sunny outdoor nature trail.
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    2430 N Cannon Dr.
    Chicago, IL US
  • John Hancock Observatory
    If 360 CHICAGO—the John Hancock observation deck—had a baseball card, the stats on the back would be pretty impressive: it's perched 1,000 feet above the Magnificent Mile on the 94th floor, and on clear days, visibility stretches up to 50 miles. With the Magnificent Mile bustling below and Lake Michigan sprawling endlessly nearby, the popular attraction provides some of the best views in the country according to Travel and Leisure magazine. But stunning vistas and the chance to witness the change on the lake when its freezing aren't the only reasons to visit. In 2014, 360 Chicago opened TILT, an attraction that brings brave guests face to face with a moving set of windows that angle 30 degrees downward for a spine-tingling glimpse of the streets below. Plus, interactive multimedia stations in seven languages share loads of information about the city and its architecture.
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    875 N Michigan Ave.
    Chicago, IL US
  • Chicago Children's Museum
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: Chicago Children's Museum facet_type_id: 47e40a60-5f37-1032-bfff-3c22e9dd2edb html_text: The word "museum" may suggest a world behind glass—except at Chicago Children's Museum, where pint-sized visitors freely touch and tinker, build and dismantle, and experiment and explore in an array of interactive exhibits. Located on Navy Pier, CCM remains the city's sole cultural institution dedicated to children and experiential discovery. The museum's 30-year legacy has kept visitors engaged from early ages so they can develop a lifelong curiosity for learning. Stretching across three floors, CCM invites guests to participate in a staged paleontological dig, create art projects, tinker in a workshop, work in a fire station, dam up a river, or a take the driver's seat in a kid-size CTA bus. On a given afternoon, scores of kids can be found climbing, splashing, pretending, or building. There's even the famed Skyline exhibit, which explores the physics that magically hold up Chicago's mighty skyscrapers, exploring how architects came up with the idea to use steel—a rare substance plucked from the mighty armpits of Atlas.
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    700 East Grand Avenue
    Chicago, IL US

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