Have fun in the wintry Windy City

Chicago is home to more than two million residents, 100 neighborhoods and AAOMS Dental Implant Conference. Boost your meeting experience and take advantage of these Windy City attractions:

  1. Explore Navy Pier – The largest public pier in the world, Navy Pier spans 3,040 feet into Lake Michigan. Feeling festive? Attend Light Up the Lake, the area’s largest indoor light show with more than 600,000 lights. Skate at the Alpine ice rink, hang out with friends at the Alpine Pub or view the city from 200 feet up in the air on the iconic Centennial Wheel. This busy spot is open year-round with plenty to do.
  2. Encounter Germany in Chicago at the Christkindlmarket – The German-style outdoor market is open from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily and until 9 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays from Nov. 18 to Dec. 24. Enjoy live entertainment, original German food – including imported mulled wine – and a unique shopping experience.
  3. Experience Broadway in Chicago – Grab tickets to popular shows including, Wicked, The Lion King, Cabaret Zazou Presents Luminaire and The Twenty-Sided Tavern.
  4. Show team spirit at Chicago sporting events – Feel the atmosphere at United Center for the Chicago Blackhawks versus the Edmonton Oilers. Join in on the NFL’s oldest rivalry by attending the Chicago Bears versus the Green Bay Packers game at Soldier Field.
  5. Get to know the animals at Lincoln Park Zoo – Walk through this free zoo and see the new prehensile-tailed skink, red panda and Egyptian fruit bat.
  6. View the holiday spirit along the Magnificent Mile – Visit a few of the more than 450 stores to complete holiday shopping. Hungry and don’t know where to eat? Check out some of the more than 275 restaurants on Mag Mile. Other attractions include museums, theaters and tours.
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Navy Pier Photo Courtesy of Choose Chicago
Chicago Theater District Photo Courtesy of Clayton Hauck Photo Courtesy of Choose Chicago
Magnificent Mile Photo Courtesy of Adam Alexander Photography Courtesy of Choose Chicago