Try new tricks at Chicago Magic Lounge
The Chicago Magic Lounge is open seven days a week and offers appearances by the top magicians working today.
Magic shows, from skilled House Magicians to special performers, promise a night you won’t soon forget. Visit the schedule for tickets to upcoming performances.
Catch Los Angeles magician Kayla Drescher, who provides hilarious, clean, and interactive magic that will leave audiences with a lifetime of memories.
Kayla will assist you in making your next event one they will never forget as David Copperfield’s choice as “The Next Great Magician.”
Walk peacefully among Nature at The Garfield Park Conservatory
The Garfield Park Conservatory was built in 1908 and has been operational ever since. It collaborates with the Chicago Park District to offer educational programs, activities, and resources.
The City Garden, which seeks to subvert preconceptions about what a major public garden should be, includes lily ponds, a gravel garden flecked with blue glass, and a grove of aspen trees whose leaves dance in the wind.
The most amazing aspect about the park is that it’s completely free to visit and there is no cost to park.
Get lost in a LEGO exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry
Visit the world’s biggest collection of LEGO artwork. At The Art of the Brick, artist Nathan Sawaya used more than one million LEGO bricks to create more than 100 sculptures.
Sawaya’s re-imagined versions of Michelangelo’s David, Van Gogh’s “Starry Night,” and Da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa” are included in this critically celebrated collection.
A 20-foot-long T. rex skeleton, as well as an innovative multimedia collection of LEGO brick-infused photos, are among the other highlights.
Eat Whoopercheesies at Superdawg Drive-In
In 1948, Superdawg was founded at the junction of Milwaukee, Devon, and Nagle in Chicago. Today, Superdawg is still family-owned and operated in the same location.
Minor modifications to the menu have occurred over time, such as Whoopskidawg and Superchic. The original trademark characters (continuing to flirtatiously wink at each other) and drive-in concept have stayed the same.
Customers may still order from their vehicle and have a carhop bring their food on a tray.
The tale of the Whoopercheesie claims that when a pair of Supercheesies fall in love, we are unable to part them, thus we place this loving duo on the same bun!
Delight in the tastier beers at The Beer Temple
Chris and Margaret Quinn established the Beer Temple as a craft beer shop in 2013. After growing their store and team, both wanted the ability to provide a unique experience for beer drinkers.
The Beer Temple’s main goal is to provide a well-curated selection of beers from around the world, as well as share their expertise with customers.
They are always prepared to offer a new suggestion or fill an old favorite with twenty rotating taps and an extensive selection of packaged beer.