Chicago Museum Campus is a 57-acre museum park that sits near Lake Michigan and surrounds three of the city’s most notable museums, all dedicated to the natural sciences: the Adler Planetarium; the Shedd Aquarium; and the Field Museum of Natural History.
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Being docked in Burnham Harbor, the Adler Planetarium, Shedd Aquarium, Field Museum, Soldier Field, and Northerly Island are all leisurely walking distance from Adeline’s Sea Moose.
You and your guests can explore the Chicago Museum Campus before or after enjoying the unique views from Adeline’s Sea Moose and pampering by her crew while along the lakefront.
The Shedd Aquarium is home to more than 32,000 aquatic animals, some of which you can actually touch and interact with. But the stars of the show are the beluga whales and Pacific white-sided dolphins housed in the Shedd’s stunning Abbott Oceanarium. Designed to mimic the coastal ecosystem of the Pacific Northwest, this exhibit is surrounded by rocky outcroppings and floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook the blue waters of Lake Michigan. This is where you’ll see dolphins leaping and beluga whales showing off during aquatic shows.
Explore infinity and beyond at the dazzling Adler Planetarium. Catch a show in the state-of-the-art theater, where you’ll zoom into space to explore mysterious planets, swirling galaxies, and brilliant stars. Check out the Mission Moon exhibit, where you can launch a stomp rocket, get a peek inside the Gemini 12 spacecraft and experience America’s first steps on the moon through the eyes of NASA astronaut Jim Lovell. Touch an actual moon rock and examine a meteorite that crashed to earth in the Our Solar System exhibit, while The Universe: A Walk Through Space and Time takes you on a journey from the universe’s humble beginnings over 13.7 billion years ago to today.
Unlock the secrets of natural history at Field Museum. As you enter Stanley Field Hall you’ll be greeted by Máximo the Titanosaur, the largest dinosaur to ever walk the earth. Then head underground and explore the timeless mysteries of an Egyptian tomb at the Inside Ancient Egypt exhibit. Walkthrough the rooms of a 5,000-year-old tomb, discover fascinating hieroglyphs, see one of the largest collections of mummies in the United States, wander through an Egyptian marketplace, and visit a shrine to Bastet, the cat goddess.
Source: Choose Chicago