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See why the Art Institute of Chicago is the only museum in the world to be top-ranked by TripAdvisor four years in a row! Experience the greatest Impressionist collection outside Paris, and view contemporary masterpieces in the spectacular Modern...more
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There are so many things to say about this Museum....I have been there at least fifty times over the last 30 years. You must inquire about the special Exhibits and at least buy a ticket to one..both if you can afford it. This is not...More
We only had a few hours to explore this museum, but my son wasn't thrilled about going, so I figured that would be plenty of time. I was so wrong! I'm going to have to go again. They layout is a little confusing with some...More
Just go there if you like art. This is not the biggest but one of the best collections you can see. The curated spaces and the exhibitions are just too good.
Used to pay what you can but now only Chicago residents on certain hours...More
A "must see" in the Windy City! A true gem for art lovers and those who simply enjoy beauty. From ancient artifacts to the Dutch Masters; from Rodin to Warhol it has it all. In fact, it is the home of Grant Wood's American Gothic!...More
I was not prepared for how large this place actually is! I was impressed. We were there for almost 4 hours without actually feeling the time fly by.
The coat and bag check was lovely too as it was 20°F outside but well warm inside....More
Busy, but not too crowded on a Friday late morning through afternoon. Very efficient ticket sales and coat check. I bought the Visitors Guide for $7. Not really worth it when there's a good map of the museum. Many great collections, particularly the Impressionists, with...More