Chicago is a heck of a town with a rich history.  Here are some places to check out while you are there for the Ultimate Hockey Match Up.


  • The Art Institute of Chicago

    I am sure most of you have seen the movie Ferris Bueller's Day Off.   There is an iconic scene in the film where the three truants visit The Art Institute of Chicago.   All the shenanigans aside, The Art Institute of Chicago has over 68,000 pieces in house.  A must see when in Chicago

  • Millennium Park

    Millennium Park boasts 25 acres of awe-inspiring landscape, breathtaking architecture and an iconic display of public art.  During the winter months, festive holiday events fill the Millennium Park calendar. Join in song with local choral groups for holiday caroling. Lace up your skates for ice skating amid twinkling tree lights at the McCormick Tribune Ice Rink. Or escape into Lurie Garden, a four-season urban oasis that pays homage to Chicago's motto — "Urbs in Horto," or City in a Garden.

  • Uno Pizzeria & Grill

    For you food lovers.  If you want the most authentic Chicago style pizza, Uno Pizzeria & Grill is a must stop.  Established in 1943, Uno's has been delighting customers from all over the world with their authentic style.

  • Wrigley Field

    Wrigley Field, which was built in 1914 and is the second-oldest baseball field in the majors.  Wrigley Field is home to Babe Ruth's "called shot," when Ruth allegedly pointed to a bleacher location during Game 3 of the 1932 World Series ... Ruth then hit Charlie Root's next pitch for a homer.  Rich baseball history!

  • Lake Michigan

    Chicago boasts 26 miles of shoreline, 33 beaches and an over 19-mile long bike path along Lake Michigan. While most cities build industrially all the way up to their respective lakefronts, Chicago's remains an open playground to the public.