Scroll down for our recommendations on the latest trends and things to do around The Magnificent Mile, even from home. Start planning your trip and check back often to keep your calendar filled!
Please note: Several businesses have begun to open along The Magnificent Mile, including non-essential retailers, al fresco dining at restaurants and some attractions.
While many museums and attractions cannot safely open until Phase 4 of the "Protecting Chicago" framework, cultural institutions are innovating more than ever. They are providing you access online and via social media, including live streams, educational series and interactive activities for kids and adults.
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I’m Matt, a Chicago native who’s always looking for a little somethin’ to help unwind; and what better way to do so than with a little somethin’ sweet?
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