# Chicago things to do
Beautiful Spring Morning Sights & Sounds at Millennium Park
This video is my 11th installment of my mini-series on "Millennium Park" in Chicago. Here I showcase how beautiful, peaceful, and quiet the sights and sounds of the park are on a lovely spring morning in Chicago. This is a cinematic styled video with some emotional music and lots of the noise of birds, the wind, and quiet city sounds. Please follow me on NewsBreak for more Chicago content!
My Advice For Exploring Chicago's Field Museum
This video is my 11th installment of my mini-series on the "Field Museum" in Chicago. Here I give my insight as to having the best possible experience visiting and exploring the museum. Due to the sheer amount of exhibits and things to see and do, I recommend briefly checking out the second floor of the museum before making your way up the grand staircase to the third floor. This is because in my opinion, the best exhibits and things to see are here and I prefer to expend my energy and enthusiasm on them. Follow me on NewsBreak for more content!
Tour of the Garfield Park Conservatory in Chicago Part 1
Winter in Chicago is a DOOZY - it's freezing cold, windy, and snowy as can be. Everything outside is bare and dead. That's why escaping to the "Garfield Park Conservatory" to explore indoor gardens and greenhouses is a MUST during a Chicago winter. Come with me as I introduce and detail the many sights and things to see in this green paradise.
Underground Ping-Pong Bar in Downtown Chicago
Ping Pong is simply a great game - it doesn't require too much movement, it fits any skill level, and it's a ton of fun! At "Ace Bounce" located in Downtown, Chicago you can play with friends (or strangers) with a really cool atmosphere, some drinks, food, and a limitless supply of balls. It's the perfect addition to a great night in The Loop, Downtown Chicago.
The University of Chicago Campus in Hyde Park is Like Transporting Yourself to Europe
Chicago (to me) is one of the most distinctly "American" cities I've ever been to. The giant silver skyscrapers, wide busy metropolitan streets, a crazy sports culture, hot dogs, you name it - Chicago has it. This is why visiting the "University of Chicago" campus in Hyde Park was such a profound experience - it didn't feel American to me at all! The layout and style of this campus almost has a gothic medieval feel with the architecture, courtyards, and ivy growing along the buildings. Check out my coming videos for more of the University of Chicago campus!
Fun Places to Go During Winter in Downtown Chicago
Chicago winter's are synonymous with being freezing, windy, snowy, and unpleasant. Although you can still walk around if you're bundled up (complete with 4 layers, gloves, scarves, thick socks, long underwear, and more), I prefer doing activities indoors. There are few better indoor activities than my favorite museums in the downtown area. Check out my coming videos to see more on these museums!