It’s “Game On!” at the interactive Chicago Sports Museum, which commemorates the world of sports using simulated experiences, relics and stats.
Combining hi-energy entertainment with state-of-the-art audio/visual equipment, the Chicago Sports Museum offers exciting interactive experiences, a vast collection of unique sports memorabilia and an impressive display of game-used treasures and artifacts.
Organized by five major zones – Measure Up, Forensic Sports, Fan Zone, Curse & Superstitions and Hall of Legends – the 23,000 square foot museum delves into the science underlying infamous sports mysteries and engages visitors to test their athletic prowess against famous Chicago greats, like Bulls Hall of Famer Scottie Pippen and Super Bowl XX MVP Richard Dent.
Admission: Adults $10; Seniors $6; Children (under 3) free; Free for guests of Harry Caray’s 7th Inning Stretch.
The Chicago Sports Museum is now available as a private playground for parents and their kids looking for ways to gather and stay entertained in a socially distanced, safe environment.
With a $15 per person prepaid deposit at the adjacent Harry Caray's, a group of 10 or more parents and children can have full and exclusive access to the Museum for one hour before it opens to the public followed by lunch in the restaurant.