East-West University encapsulates the very essence and energy of Chicago. For more information about things to do when visiting, please see below:
Millennium Park: Set in the vibrant Loop area, Millennium Park is more than a park! It has art and architecture like the famous Cloud Gate, also known as “The Bean.”
The Willis Tower – Skydeck – Unless you’re acrophobic (fearful of heights), you’ll definitely want to experience what it’s like to live on the edge with the Skydeck on the 103rd floor of the renowned Willis Tower.
Grant Park: Stop by Grant Park to enjoy 300 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds and its many attractions including Buckingham Fountain and Soldier field.
Navy Pier: Navy Pier is one of Chicago’s most famous attractions and its Centennial Wheel can give you one of the best vantage points of the city at its highest point.
Lincoln Park Zoo: On a sunny day, take a stroll around the Lincoln Park Zoo for free.
Museum Campus: The Museum Campus is the gateway to all of Chicago’s important museums as well as Soldier Field and the Lakeside Center of McCormick Place.
Chicago Theatre: With its stunning architecture, Chicago Theatre was the first large movie palace in the United States. in 1921. To this day, it still hosts many entertainment events throughout the year.