- 1 What days are Chicago museums free?
- 2 What day is the Field Museum free?
- 3 How much does it cost to go to the Museum of Science and Industry?
- 4 Is the science museum free?
- 5 What days are the aquarium free?
- 6 What Chicago museums are free today?
- 7 What day is free at the Art Institute?
- 8 How much is parking at Field Museum?
- 9 What day is Brookfield Zoo free?
- 10 How big is the Museum of Science and Industry?
- 11 What Chicago museums are open?
- 12 What can I do in Chicago right now?
- 13 Do you have to book the Science Museum?
- 14 Can you take bags into the science museum?
- 15 What can you see at the science museum?
What days are Chicago museums free?
Chicago History Museum Illinois residents of all ages are offered free admission every Tuesday from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. and on Commemorative Days: Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Presidents’ Day, March 4 and July 4.
What day is the Field Museum free?
The museum will reopen on March 4, 2021 with a FREE day to celebrate Chicago’s birthday. Reserve tickets now. Check website for hours of operation. The Museum is free to Illinois residents every Tuesday from 12:30 to 9:00p.
How much does it cost to go to the Museum of Science and Industry?
Member Ticket Pricing
|U-505 On-board Tour||$18||$14|
|Giant Dome Theater||$12||$9|
Is the science museum free?
Entry is free, but charges apply for the IMAX 3D Cinema and some special exhibitions and attractions.
What days are the aquarium free?
This year’s free days are:
- Jan. 16-20.
- Monday – Friday for all of February.
- June 15, 16, 22 and 23.
- Aug. 24 and 25.
- Sept. 8, 9, 14-16, 21-23, 28-30.
- Oct. 5-7.
What Chicago museums are free today?
- Shedd Aquarium.
- Art Institute of Chicago.
- Lincoln Park Zoo.
- Adler Planetarium.
- Chicago Children’s Museum at Navy Pier.
- Swedish American Museum.
- Clarke House Museum.
- Glessner House.
What day is free at the Art Institute?
Admission to the Art Institute of Chicago is free to Illinois residents every Wednesday from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thursdays. General Zoo Admission is free on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays through Feb.
How much is parking at Field Museum?
$25 for up to 4 hours, $30 for up to 12 hours. Parked cars can leave after closing hours, but overnight parking is not allowed.
What day is Brookfield Zoo free?
In October and November, zoo admission is free on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The following month, free days will be on Mondays and Tuesdays through December 22.
How big is the Museum of Science and Industry?
The Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago —one of the largest science museums in the world—is home to more than 400,000 square feet of hands-on exhibits designed to spark scientific inquiry and creativity.
What Chicago museums are open?
More Chicago museums open now and reopening soon:
- Glessner House is now open.
- Oriental Institute is now open.
- wndr museum is now open.
- Smart Museum of Art reopens April 8.
- McCormick Bridgehouse & Chicago River Museum reopens May 8.
What can I do in Chicago right now?
Best things to do in Chicago
- Eye masterpieces at the Art Institute of Chicago.
- Find serenity at the Garfield Park Conservatory.
- Get high at 360 CHICAGO.
- Step inside a digital Van Gogh painting.
- Watch a show streaming from the Hideout.
- See public art in Millennium Park.
- See a stellar play from the Steppenwolf Theatre.
Do you have to book the Science Museum?
To ensure you have the space you need to explore the museum safely and confidently, all visitors are now required to pre- book free tickets in advance.
Can you take bags into the science museum?
Small rucksacks and other personal items can be left in our cloakroom on level -1 for a small fee. Please note that we are currently unable to store luggage such as suitcases, buggies, folding bicycles or scooters.
What can you see at the science museum?
Seven things to find at the Science Museum
- Iron lung, 1953. The ’50s was the Jet Age: we’d conquered the skies and space was next.
- Black Arrow rocket, 1971.
- Mill engine, 1903.
- Valve from the Colossus Project, 1943.
- Foden lorry, 1931.
- Mobile phone repair sign, 2000s.
- Model of Charles Babbage’s Analytical Engine, 1871.