Area Attractions

Chicago, Illinois offers plenty of things to see and do, and it’s all near Hyatt Regency Deerfield, one of the leading North Chicago hotels. Keep your fitness routine going at our StayFit gym or take some time to relax and unwind with a swim in our heated indoor pool. Whether you want to enjoy the famous Chicago shopping, enjoy thrills at the Chicago Six Flags or take in some history and views at Navy Pier, we’ve got just the right activity for you and your family at Hyatt Regency Deerfield.

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Hyatt Regency Deerfield

1750 Lake Cook Road
Deerfield, Illinois, USA, 60015

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Museums

Art Institute of Chicago

Come for the country's best collection of impressionist and post-impressionist art. (See an entire room dedicated to Monet.) Linger over the comprehensive photography collection and the fine American works.

Museum of Contemporary Art

The MCA claims to be the largest contemporary-art museum in the country, emphasizing experimentation in a variety of media -- painting, sculpture, photography, video and film, dance, music, and performance.

Adler Planetarium & Astronomy Museum

Visit the planetarium that brought star-gazing to a new level for city's across America. Older children enjoy the interactive science exhibits and the high-tech Sky Pavilion, while younger visitors get hands-on experience with the cultural exhibits.

Museum of Science and Industry

The Museum of Science and Industry has something for the child in everyone. With some 2,000 exhibits, a comprehensive visit to this massive interactive museum can take all day.

Popular Attractions

Sears Tower Skydeck

The 103rd floor observatory of the Sears Tower offers some of the most amazing views in the country. While you're up there, visit the interactive exhibits that tell visitors about Chicago's dreamers, schemers, architects, musicians, writers and sports greats.

Chicago Cultural Center

Built in 1897 as the city's public library and transformed into a showplace for visual and performing arts in 1991, the Chicago Cultural Center is an overlooked civic treasure.

John Hancock Center Observatory

When you want panoramic views of the lake and surrounding skyline – this is the place. At 1,127 feet high “Big John” is the third tallest building in Chicago. Visitors flock to the 94th floor observatory where – on a clear day – they can see four states.

Navy Pier

Built during World War I, this 3,000-foot-long pier was a Navy training center for pilots during World War II and has now been transformed into a bustling tourist mecca with a combination of carnival, food court and boat dock.

Entertainment & Music

Ravinia Music Festival

The Ravinia Festival is the summer home of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Come for jazz, chamber music, pop and dance performances. Sit on the lawn or reserve a seat in the pavilion.

Second City

An institution since 1959, this improv troop has launched the careers of Dan Aykroyd, John Belushi and many more.

Shopping

Water Tower Place

Macy's, Lord & Taylor, and seven floors of shops. Their food court is unusually good.

Westfield Old Orchard

Macy's, Nordstrom, Bloomingdale's, Lord and Taylor, and many other shops restaurants and theaters.