The Tremont Chicago Hotel at Magnificent Mile

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100 East Chestnut, Chicago, IL, 60611, United States   •  Weather:    •   Local Time:     •  Phone: (312) 751-1900   •  Hotel Reservations: 888-627-8281


Things to do in Chicago

Enjoy all of the exciting things to do in Chicago - from shopping on the famed Magnificent Mile to catching a ballgame at historic Wrigley Field, all just steps from The Tremont!


Chicago is known as a premier shopping and fashion destination. With it's many unique areas you are able to find whatever you are looking for. From classic departments stores such as the original Marshall Fields to chic boutiques conveniently located throughout the city, there is something for everyone.
MagnificientMile-StateStreeShopping Magnificent Mile - Distance: 0.6 Miles
Perhaps one of the most well known shopping street in Chicago, the Magnificent Mile spans from the Chicago River to Oak Street along Michigan Avenue. Some of the visitor favorites include: Bloomingdales, Saks Fifth Avenue, Crate and Barrel, Water Tower, American Girl, and Nordstroms. Don't forget the delicious eateries including Bandera, Cheesecake Factory and Grand Luxe Cafe at one of the most famous things to do in Chicago.

Oak Street - Distance: 0.3 Miles
Just minutes from the beach, Oak Street shopping provides an upscale experience for the avid shopper. Sitting in the Gold Coast neighborhood, one can find apparel from all the shopping capitals of the world. Paris, Milan, New York and of course Chicago give the street an international flare. Some of the favorites are: Prada, Kate Spade, Nicole Miller and Tory Burch. Rush street is just a few steps away to grab a bite to eat or a cocktail after a long day of shopping.


One of the most exciting and mandatory things to do in Chicago is to attend a Chicago sports event. Whether it is the Bears, Bulls, Blackhawks, Cubs or even The Sox, Chicago is known for having their die-hard fans. Enjoy a sports event at one of the local venues during your visit to Chicago easily accessible from The Tremont.

Soldier Field (Home of the Chicago Bears Football Team) - Distance: 3.7 Miles

As one of Chicago's most famous landmarks, Soldier Field was developed in 1919 as a memorial to soldiers. Soldier Field is used over time as a venue for many events, but recently is known as the home of the Bears. The Bears moved from their prior location of Wrigley Field in September of 1971 and had their first game in the renovated field on September 29, 2003.


United Center (Home of Chicago Bulls/Blackhawks) - Distance: 3.7 Miles

Known as the largest arena in the United States, The United Center hosts over 200 events each year. Since its opening in 1994, it has also had over 20 million visitors. In Chicago, it is most well known as the home to our Chicago Blackhawks hockey team and the Chicago Bulls basketball team.


Guaranteed Rate Field (Home of the Chicago White Sox) - Distance: 6.4 Miles

The Chicago White Sox have always called the South Side their home, but their ballpark has been called a few different names over the years. The new Comiskey Park opened in 1991 and featuring a remarkable scoreboard, beautiful arches and over 40,000 unobstructed-view seats. Sox fans knew the stadium as US Cellular Field from 2003 until 2016 when the current name, Guaranteed Rate Field, was bestowed upon the ballpark.


Wrigley Field (Home of the Chicago Cubs Baseball Team) - Distance: 4.6 Miles

Originally known as Weeghman Park, Wrigley Field is the second oldest park in the majors, built in 1914. The park then became Cubs Park in 1920 after it was purchased from the family. The Wrigley family then named it Wrigley Field in 1926 to honor the cub's owner, William Wrigley Jr. You can still enjoy the original scoreboard which remains working today.


Whether you are looking for a family-friendly and educational museum visit or to experience the habitat of your favorite animals, there is no limit to the possibilities during your visit to the Windy City.

Lincoln Park Zoo

Visitors can be up close to incredible animals and immerse themselves in the sights and sounds of Africa. Beyond providing a wild home to hundreds of species, Lincoln Park Zoo also operates one of the largest zoo-based conservation and science programs in the country. Chicago’s free zoo is located just minutes from downtown Chicago at Lake Shore Drive and Fullerton Parkway. Paid parking is available on Cannon Drive. CTA buses 151 and 156 service the zoo, which is open every day from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Chicago Museums

From the depths of the deep blue sea to endless universe, Chicago has it all. Experience the famous Museum Campus along Lake Michigan that house three world-renowned museums: The Adler Planetarium & Astronomy Museum, The Field Museum, and The Shedd Aquarium. Explore and learn with family and friends during your stay.