The official start of fall is September 22nd, so Chicagoland residents are preparing for the shift in weather and seasons once again. Although this year isn’t playing out exactly as we thought, there are still plenty of safe activities that allow you to experience the city and all it has to offer. Here are some events to add to your list this season.
Visit Our Skydeck in Downtown Chicago
Now that 360 Chicago is open to the public once again, we want to let you in on our updated safety protocols. We are following all guidelines implemented by the State of Illinois and the City of Chicago and thorough sanitization is completed between customers. Team members undergo daily health screenings and all guests over the age of 2 must wear a mask. Purchase tickets ahead of time so you don’t have to do so at our skydeck in downtown Chicago.
“Monet and Chicago” Exhibit
The Art Institute of Chicago was the first American museum to buy one of Claude Monet’s paintings. From September 5th through January 18th, 2021, you can visit “Monet & Chicago,” where you’ll see some of his most iconic work in addition to his rarely seen sketches. You’ll be in awe of the sheer talent from the Father of Impressionism.
Support Local Restaurants
Chicago is a great city to experience the different flavors of the world. Instead of going to a chain restaurant in the city, opt for the lesser-known options that are sure to impress. From a great slice of pizza to a hearty serving of Ramen, check out your local neighborhood spots this fall.
Our skydeck in Chicago is open and ready for business! We look forward to seeing you this fall.