10 best places to take pictures in Chicago according to a local

Tony Posted: 2020-12-25 04:24:19
Guide to the best place to take photos all over the city. Along with each photo location, is what you can do or see around that neighborhood.

Most Beautiful Places in Chicago


CHICAGO INSTAGRAM PHOTO LOCATIONS


1、CLOUD GATE
Address: 201 E. Randolph St., Chicago, IL 60602




2、CINDYS ROOFTOP

I didn’t make it to Cindy’s Rooftop this past trip I took to Chicago due to rain, but it is on my list for next time! Such an amazing view and a perfect place for drinks & photos.


@cindysrooftop IG account!



3、SKYDECK CHICAGO
The ledge (where I’m sitting in this photo) at the Skydeck at the top of Willis Tower guarantees you a freaking amazing photo. I think this is probably the coolest thing you can do in Chicago in general but the photos you can take here are d unlike anywhere else! It’s a must.


7 PHOTO SPOTS FOR THE BEST CHICAGO SKYLINE VIEWS __ www.readysetjetset.jpeg

View of the Skydeck from the second Skydeck

Best Chicago Photography Spots You Won’t Want to Miss

4、ADLER PLANETARIUM
Address: 1300 S Lake Shore Dr, Chicago, IL 60605



5、WILLIS TOWER SKYDECK

Known as the Sears Tower to almost anyone who grew up in Chicago, the Skydeck offers incredible views of the city. Take in the architecture from floor 103! Sunset is the perfect time to be there. You can also step on “The Ledge” and see the city below you through a glass floor.

Click here to book your Skydeck and Ledge ticket





6、LINCOLN PARK CHICAGO

The facades and architecture here are lovely too so don’t miss out walking (or biking) around this neighborhood. One of my favorite stops is the Nature Boardwalk which isn’t far from North Avenue Beach. You’ll find it right next to the zoo. There’s also free parking nearby which is rare in Chicago.

Click bike tour availability here





6. Chicago Sign at the Chicago Theatre

It’s hard not to love the Chicago Theatre’s vintage Chicago sign. Perfect for a quick long exposure shot while you’re out walking the town.


7、YALE APARTMENTS
You might not think much of your apartment building, but at the turn of the century, the concept was pretty groundbreaking. When it opened in 1892, The Yale was an early pioneer of high-rise living, made possible largely thanks to advances in building structure and technology. Today, we swoon at the gorgeous Romanesque architecture.

6565 S. Yale Ave.

8、RIVERBANK NEIGHBORS PARK
If you were airdropped into this quiet riverfront park, you’d probably think you were somewhere in the suburbs. But it’s actually just a short drive from the heart of North Center. A unique community has sprung up around it (think: docks, boats and adirondack chairs), making it a pleasant place to pass a quiet morning or evening.

Chicago River at Montrose Ave.; riverbankneighbors.org

9、THE RICHARD H. DRIEHAUS MUSEUM
This would definitely be the museum to get locked in overnight. Tucked away in River North, it’s a Gilded Age mansion now open to the public. Every room is jaw-dropping, but our favorite has to be the library, where you’ll find a statue of Cupid and Psyche beneath a stained-glass skylight.

40 E. Erie St.; 312-482-8933 or driehausmuseum.org

10、BUCKINGHAM FOUNTAIN: 301 S COLUMBUS DRIVE
Located in the center of Grant Park, this is a fun spot for photos and a must see if you are visiting the city. I took this photo during Lollapalooza and it was a beautiful day. Note, in the winter there is no water so not so picturesque during the cold months.










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