As one of America’s oldest baseball stadiums, built in 1914, Wrigley Field was a must for my weekend in Chicago.

The Sugar Factory

This restaurant has a large and varied menu, but is well known for its sugary drinks and desserts, filled with all types of candy and sweets.

Fourth Presbyterian Church was modeled after Gothic architecture.

After walking around the sanctuary, I saw this courtyard outside. The area gives a nice contrast to the modern architecture and city atmosphere.

Millennium Park is a public park originally intended to celebrate the third millennium. It is now an area containing art and several popular sculptures.

The Crown Fountains

Cloud Gate, or “the Bean”

I went on an architecture river tour and learned so much history about the city. I recommend this above all other attractions.

The Wrigley Building on Michigan Avenue

Michigan Avenue Bridge

Navy Pier & Centennial Wheel

See you again soon, Chicago!

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