Local Attractions

With so many great things to see in Chicago, it’s hard to know where to start! Here are some of our favorite attractions, museums and parks to help you narrow down your list. Best of all, they’re all accessible by Divvy.


One of the most popular tourist attractions in the city, Navy Pier offers entertainment, dining, and shopping surrounded by amazing Lake Michigan views.


Museum Campus is home to some of Chicago’s most popular museums and attractions, as well as some of the city's best views.


Part of the expansive Burnham Park, Promontory Point juts out into Lake Michigan, offering breathtaking skyline views.


Located in the largely Puerto Rican Humboldt Park Neighborhood, Humboldt Park covers more than 200 acres and is home to Chicago’s only inland beach.

Grant Park

Often referred to as “Chicago’s front yard,” Grant Park spans over 300 acres of beautiful greenery, impressive performance venues and famous artwork.

Millenium Park

Millennium Park is home to some of Chicago’s most public art icons, including Cloud Gate (The Bean!), the Crown Fountain, and Jay Pritzker Pavilion.

Hyde Park

Home to the University of Chicago, the Museum of Science and Industry, and two expansive urban parks, Hyde Park is a historic and vibrant neighborhood on Chicago’s south side.

Wrigley Field

Baseball fan or not, Wrigley Field’s ivy-covered brick outfield wall and hand-operated scoreboard make “The Friendly Confines” a must see.

Lincoln Park

Located in the north-side Chicago neighborhood which shares its name, Lincoln Park houses one of the oldest zoos in the United States — and one of the few that offers free admission!