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Brave the cold for some Chicago fun

By Dali Garcia | Posted November 25, 2014

 

With the cold weather approaching, it’s hard to want to step outside the warmth and comfort of your home. With our infamous Chicago weather people tend to become reclusive and only go outdoors when needed. Instead of moping about the weather, why not take advantage and explore what Chicago has to offer during the winter?

 

1. Ice skating in Millennium Park

2. Walk along the Magnificent Mile

3. Visit Chicago museums, like the Field Museum.

4. View the Magnificent Mile Lights Festival

5. Zoo lights at Lincoln Park Zoo

6. Winter WonderFest at Navy Pier

7. Macy’s Great Tree Lighting & Holiday Windows

8. Take in a Chicago Bears/Bulls/Blackhawks game

9. Visit the Hershey’s Chicago candy store

10. Take a horse carriage ride downtown

 

Hopefully you won’t freeze your fingers and toes off while doing these activities, but remember to bundle up regardless. Don’t neglect Chicago just because of its harsh weather—enjoy it to the fullest!

 

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