Chicago's 50 Best Places to Take Children

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Universe Publishing, 2004 - Travel - 127 pages
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Chicago is not only the Windy City, but also a kid-friendly city. Chicago's 50 Best Places to Take Children is the ultimate guidebook for parents, grandparents, tourists, and teachers who are looking for a guaranteed good time for kids. Discover Chicago's tremendous cultural offerings, from the Chicago Historical Society and The Art Institute of Chicago to the DuPage Children's Museum. Got kids who love the outdoors? Why not take them to Chicago's Farm in the Zoo or to the city's amazing beachfront? And don't forget to eat! Home to the deservedly famous Chicago pizza, you'll also be guided to the best cheesecake in the Midwest-perhaps the world-Eli's Cheesecake World. And the craziest McDonald's you've ever seen! Right downtown, check out the Rock 'n Roll McDonald's beside the Hard Rock Cafe!

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Clare La Plante, a nearly lifelong Chicagoan, loved Wrigley Field and the Museum of Science and Industry as a kid. Now she's discovering new Chicago kid gems with the young folks in her life. She is coauthor of Heaven Help Us: The Worrier's Guide to the Patron Saints, and Dear Saint Anne, Send Me a Man and Other Time-Honored Prayers for Love, as well as a columnist for Chicago magazine.

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