Follow the map and handy location descriptions to explore Chicago’s famous landmarks and hidden gems.
Bike the Lakefront Trail to Lincoln Park Zoo to see the gorillas feeding in the morning and continue further south on the trail in the afternoon to the Garden of the Phoenix in Jackson Park. Stroll through Millennium Park to gaze at your whimsical reflection in the Cloud Gate, “The Bean”, or meet up with friends at Maggie Daley Park. Now that you’re a pro, try exploring the many additional locations of this vibrant metropolis via the L Train.
Pop into the Chicago Art Institute for an education on French Impressionism or Japanese woodblock prints.
After the Art Institute, cross the street to snap a picture of yourself next to the starting sign for Route 66.
“…very highly recommended for visitors and city residents alike, “Colorful Chicago: Explore & Color” is a fun and informative way to pass the time or plan a Chicago day trip or weekend adventure..”
The handy map coupled with numbered location descriptions simplifies itinerary planning, with many locations accessible via walking or the train.
Exploring at home? Connect your colored illustrations to its number on the map or learn what makes that place so interesting.
Creative and educational! (but just like broccoli, you don't always have to tell the kids)