Visit five famous Chicago attractions for one low price. The flexible and valuable Chicago CityPASS® includes prepaid admission to the Shedd Aquarium, Skydeck Chicago, The Field Museum, and a choice between 360 Chicago or the Museum of Science & Industry, and the Adler Planetarium or the Art Institute of Chicago. The Chicago CityPASS® is valid for nine days, beginning with the first date of use. Spend less time rushing and more time experiencing!
The Shedd Aquarium is Chicago’s top marine attraction with over 32,000 animals. Enjoy VIP entry to Waters of the World galleries, Amazon Rising, Wild Reef, Abbott Oceanarium, Polar Play Zone, plus your choice of a 4-D Experience.
Beat the lines and head to the top of one of the world’s tallest buildings in the Skydeck Experience where you’ll walk out on a glass enclosed ledge 103 floors above the ground. Breathtaking! You can also travel back in time at Chicago’s renowned Field Museum with all-access VIP admission to all permanent and ticketed exhibitions plus your choice of one digital 3D film.
Then choose between VIP admission to the Museum of Science & Industry, with over 4 acres of one-of-a-kind exhibits or the John Hancock Observatory –located on the 94th floor – it has amazing 360 degree views around the Windy City.
You also have the choice of enjoying fast-track entrance to the Art Institute of Chicago, one of the top art museums in the country or the Adler Planetarium, the best of its kind with VIP entry and general admission to all exhibitions, the historic Atwood Sphere and your choice of any two shows. Perfect for 1st timers to Chicago or anyone planning a weekend getaway. The pass book also includes coupons, insider tips, transportation information and skip the line privileges.
To recap, you’ll get to experience 5 attractions:
• The Shedd Aquarium
• The Field Museum
• The Skydeck at Willis Tower
(formerly Sears Tower)
• Choice between the Adler Planetarium
or the The Art Institute of Chicago
• Choice between the Museum of Science & Industry
or 360 Chicago
at the John Hancock Center