Chicago offers something for everyone

The Windy City. Deep-dish pizza. The Magnificent Mile. Chicago is known for all of this — and so much more!

The Chicago Water and Air Show takes place Aug. 20-21.

Stick around after the convention for the Chicago Air and Water Show, Aug. 20-21.

Head to the Ace Fall Convention and stay for everything the host city has to offer, from free family attractions to award-winning theaters and unique citywide events.

There are 26 miles of lakefront along beautiful Lake Michigan, and the city is one of only three in the United States with a Michelin Guide. Visit “a T. rex named Sue” at the Field Museum, or explore any of the other world-renowned museums Chicago has to offer. There are plenty of trendy neighborhood shops, hidden galleries, local music clubs and hip, new restaurants to try, and the city boasts the most Regional Tony Award-winning theaters in the nation, such as the Chicago Shakespeare Theatre or Steppenwolf Theatre Company.

Feel like a kid again when you take a ride on Navy Pier’s new Ferris wheel (49 feet taller than its famous predecessor!), or watch the dolphins jump at Shedd Aquarium’s famous aquatic show. After you wrap up your show business, stick around for the Chicago Air and Water Show, the largest show of its kind in the United States, Aug. 20 and 21 on North Avenue Beach.

Save on top attractions!

There are many great ways to save on Chicago’s biggest attractions. Skip the line at top sights with the Go Chicago Card, which offers up to 55 percent savings off regular admission prices on 26 attractions, including boat tours, museums and observatories. You can also build a personalized pass to Chicago’s top attractions and save at least 20 percent off admission prices. Choose the sights you want to visit, add them to your cart and print when you’re ready to go, or show your pass on your smartphone.

Register now for the Ace Fall Convention, and stick around to enjoy all the city has to offer. Click here to plan your visit to Chicago today!

June 2, 2016
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