Museum Campus Chicago

★★★★★

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Someone finally thought it might be a good idea to put all of the cool museums in the same area together. I reeeaaaally love going to museums and I don't mind walking or taking a bus or driving to obscure places to get to museums I love or discovering new exibits, but the cost of parking and travel and what not, it can get fairly expensive to go out and enjoy some photographs or some dinosaur bones... you get the idea. My sentiment is probably shared more with couples with children. The Adler Planetarium, The Field Museum and Shedd Aquarium are all on the same plot of property located right off the freeway. You can see if from all directions and the entry into each museum is cleary deliniated. There were actually people there in orange vests who could answer questions and guide you to the right areas. Right now (or when I was just visiting) they have a free (FREE) trolley that goes from the Metra and Ogilvee Station to Museum Campus, among quite a few other stops. How convenient if you and the family took the train in to see Sue and the Caribbean Reef Dive that you should find a free trolley that takes you directly to the musuems and back when you're all done. World Class.

PROS: convenient, cost effective, beautiful property, on the lake
CONS:

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★★★★★

Someone finally thought it might be a good idea to put all of the cool museums in the same area together. I reeeaaaally love going to museums and I don't mind walking or taking a bus or driving to obscure places to get to museums I love or discovering new exibits, but the cost of parking and travel and what not, it can get fairly expensive to go out and enjoy some photographs or some dinosaur bones... you get the idea. My sentiment is probably shared more with couples with children. The Adler Planetarium, The Field Museum and Shedd Aquarium are all on the same plot of property located right off the freeway. You can see if from all directions and the entry into each museum is cleary deliniated. There were actually people there in orange vests who could answer questions and guide you to the right areas. Right now (or when I was just visiting) they have a free (FREE) trolley that goes from the Metra and Ogilvee Station to Museum Campus, among quite a few other stops. How convenient if you and the family took the train in to see Sue and the Caribbean Reef Dive that you should find a free trolley that takes you directly to the musuems and back when you're all done. World Class.

PROS: convenient, cost effective, beautiful property, on the lake
CONS:

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