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There are a million places to visit and things to do in Chicago within close proximity to our Chicago hotels. So how do you choose between all of Chicago's top restaurants, nightlife, shopping and museums to fit them all into your Chillcation plans? Let us be your guide for all of our favorite upcoming spring activities to Chill-out.

  • February

  • 01/30/15 – 02/12/15 - Chicago Restaurant Week

    Chicago Restaurant week has been extended to a 14-day dining event due to popularity. Taking place throughout downtown, the neighborhoods and suburbs, this annual culinary celebration will feature prix fixe menus starting at $22 for lunch and $33 and/or $44 for dinner (excluding beverages, tax and gratuity).

  • 02/07/15 – 02/08/15 - Snow Day's at Navy Pier

    See teams sculpt masterpieces from snow during Snow Days in Gateway Park at Navy Pier. Live entertainment, dog sled races and kids' activities like snow painting. Free.

  • 02/12/15 – 02/22/15 - Chicago Theatre Week

    The League of Chicago Theatres has created a week-long event providing more than 300 performances and 97 participating productions with tickets available to your favorite performances. Discounted rate between $15 and $30 on the majority of shows.

  • 02/14/15 – 02/22/15 - Auto Show at McCormick Place

    Admire new vehicles at the Chicago Auto Show.

  • 02/22/15 - Chinese New Year Parade

    The Chinatown Lunar New Year Parade features fireworks, dragon floats and cultural dance on S. Wentworth Avenue. Free.

  • March

  • 03/14/15 – 03/22/15 - Flower & Garden Show

    Features 20 gardens, 100 vendors, cooking demonstrations, seminars and a kids' activity garden at Navy Pier.

  • 03/14/15 - St. Patrick's Day Parade (Downtown)

    The Chicago River glows green at 10a.m. near Michigan Avenue and Wacker Drive. The DOWNTOWN ST. PATRICK's DAY PARADE begins at noon, rain or shine, at Balbo Ave and goes north on Columbus Dr. to Monroe St.

  • 03/20/15 – 03/21/15 - Local Food Festival

    The GOOD FOOD Festival features locally grown food for sale plus gardening and cooking workshops and a localicious dinner at UIC Forum.

  • Available All Spring

  • Navy Pier

    Chicago's lakefront playground with Ferris Wheel, Lake Michigan Cruises, IMAX, Shakespeare Theater, and more.

  • Willis Tower (Formerly Sears Tower)

    Offering spectacular views spanning up to four states, and a one-of-a-kind glass balcony extending four feet outside and 1,353 feet in the air.

  • Millennium Park

    Home to the Art Institute, Pritzker Pavilion, Crown Fountain, Lurie Garden, and the famous Chicago Bean.

    Ice Skating at Millennium Park
    Rent skates or bring your own for this Chicago favorite. Located near the famed Chicago Bean this ring is centrally located in downtown and perfect for the family or a romantic night out.

    Dining at Park Grill at Millennium Park
    Steps from ice-skating, make a reservation at the Park Grill for delicious dining. Don't forget to mention you're on a Hilton "Chillcation" for special perks including complimentary voucher for skate rental.

  • The Art Institute of Chicago

    This internationally renowned museum houses over 300,000 permanent works of art with collection ranging several eras including the Institute's newest modern wing addition.

  • Museum of Contemporary Art

    One of the largest museums of its kind, the MCA is devoted to the art of our time, with exhibitions featuring thought-provoking art created since 1945.

  • Field Museum

    The Field Museum inspires curiosity about life on Earth while exploring how the world came to be and how we can make it a better place through interactive educational exhibitions and collections.

  • Adler Planetarium

    America's first planetarium and a premiere resource for inspiring the next generation of space explorers with programs, events, exhibitions, and shows.

  • Shedd Aquarium

    Connecting people to the living world for more than 80 years, caring for 32,000 animals hosting over 2 million visitors every year.

  • Grant Park

    Home to attractions including Buckingham Fountain, the Lincoln Statue, and events like Jazz Fest, Lollapalooza and more.

  • State Street Shopping

    State street the "Great Street," has been a shopper's paradise for over 100 years with stores like Macy's (formerly Marshal Fields), Nordstrom Rack, H&M, Akira, and many more.

  • Magnificient Mile Shopping

    Enjoy shopping along Michigan Avenue including the Apple Store, Tiffanys, Saks Fifth, Macy's and More.

  • Broadway in Chicago

    Chicago's Theater District offers tons of options for Broadway plays including the famous Oriental Theater, Bank of America Theater, Lyric Opera, Majestic Theater and more!

  • John Hancock Observatory

    Enjoy 360 views of the city's majestic skyline or TILT over the city for a unique experience at Chicago's John Hancock building.

  • Soldier Field

    Home to the Chicago Bears, Soldier Field is located within Grant Park and just south of Museum Campus.

  • United Center

    Home to the Chicago Blackhawks, Bulls, and performance venue for several top name artists.

  • McCormick Place

    Totaling 2.6 million square feet of exhibit space, 1.2 million square feet all on one level, Chicago's McCormick Place is the nation's largest convention center.