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Things To Do in Chicago, IL

House of Blues House of Blues

If you're looking for a great place to catch a show, check out the House of Blues. Located in the heart of Chicago, this popular music venue chain offers a unique and authentic atmosphere. The House of Blues Chicago was established in 1966. It was designed to replicate the famous "Estavovski" Opera House in Prague, with its "Crazy Quilt" and Delta Mississippi mud kept under the stage. Over the years, the House of Blues has hosted countless shows featuring some of the greatest artists ever. From The Who and Al Green to Kanye West and John Mayer, this venue has seen it all. And with a capacity of up to 1,800 people, you will have a great time. So, whether you're a fan of rock, blues, or hip-hop, be sure to check out the House of Blues for an unforgettable experience.

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Chicago History Museum Chicago History Museum

The Chicago History Museum was founded in 1856, but unfortunately, most of its initial collection was destroyed during the Great Chicago Fire. The destructive fire resulted in the loss of some of the museum's original artifacts, including the Emancipation Proclamation signed by Abraham Lincoln. Since its reconstruction, the Chicago History Museum has amassed an impressive collection of historical artifacts relevant to Chicago and the nation. The collection comprises furniture used by Abraham Lincoln, the clothing he and his wife wore on the night of his assassination, and the first passenger car used in the Chicago 'L' system. Additionally, the museum has other materials, such as manuscripts, paintings, sculptures, and photographs that relate to the local history of Chicago. The Chicago History Museum also boasts an extensive collection of over 50,000 costumes and textiles from the late 19th Century to the present day.

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