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This museum is so cool, the Indiana Jones made it his home base. The two leading ladies of archeology welcome you into the place; the friendly Tyrannosaur skeleton named Sue and the oldest human fossil on record, Lucy. With twenty million items on exhibit, the museum is impossible to cover comprehensively in one day; nor should you want to. Each display is a story in itself, outlining curious and precious points of human history. When you’re visiting, make sure to have identified beforehand exactly what it is that you’d like to explore. The evolution exhibit is a must see. And if you like stones, the diamonds on display here will make your jaw drop.
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Nice big museum near Chicago's lakefront on the beautiful museum campus. There is a lot to see and do, but not really for young kids/toddlers. It's more for older kids and adults because it is very educational, with not many exhibits that are hands-on. You can easily spend a whole day there immersed in all that it offers. It's multi-level so there is a lot of ground to cover to see all or most of the exhibits on display.
A wonderful place. The "Egypt" exhibit was terrible. The Chinese exhibit was fantastic. The Gem and Jade exhibits are tremendous. Sue the T-Rex is great. This is not the place to rush through. We will be going back to this great American treasure.
Love the Field Museum! The price to spend the day here is not bad at all. They have plenty of add ins for your day too but the base option is way more than enough for one person to take in in a day. The level of depth and detail in some of the exhibits is incredible. Make sure you take your time and walk around and look at everything! Fantastic.
Hard to beat on a free day. Not very interactive so depending on your kids they might not hold interest. However, if you spend the time to read and explore they go deeper than most museums around town. The building is huge and architecture is beautiful. If you spend time to look and read everything it's too big to see it all in one visit. Not a bad thing but pick your favorites first. My family loved it and we learned a ton. That said, for kids the museum of science and industry has more interaction and events to hold the kids interest multiple times a year. The field museum will be a once a year event for us.
The Field Museum is flat out the best museum I've ever been to and one of my favorite places to visit period. It can be quite expensive, and be cautious as many exhibits do not come with admission. If you, like me, enjoy getting the history and seeing parts of that history and information in a fun yet simple way, this museum is for you. If you're a bit more hands-on, you may find it a bit less enjoyable. For me it is by far my favorite museum, and for sure worth visiting at least once.