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While the state of Illinois has many cities worth visiting, most school trips lead to Chicago. One of the many reasons includes attractions like Navy Pier, the Midwest’s top tourist destination, and its boardwalk, 150-foot Ferris wheel, boat and segway tours, and countless dining and shopping options. Chicago's Millennium Park offers dazzling music, art, landscape design and architecture--including the mammoth stainless-steel Cloud Gate sculpture, also know as The Bean.
Chicago looks great from every angle, whether you’re exploring the city’s astonishing architecture during a guided tour (on foot or aboard a Chicago River boat, lakeshore cruise or sightseeing bus) or you’re enjoying the birds-eye view from the 103rd floor of Skydeck Chicago in the Willis Tower (formerly Sears Tower) or the 94th floor Hancock Observatory. The city also boasts 29 miles of lakefront paths, making Chicago one of the world’s most walkable and beautiful cities. School music groups may want to take in a performance at the renowned Chicago Symphony Hall.
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"They did it again. Four Winds Tours and Travel planned a trip for my orchestra students to New York City that will give them memories for the rest of their lives. This was the third trip that Four Winds planned for my students, and I can’t imagine how it keeps getting better, but it does. Rockefeller Center, the Today Show, the High Line, a dinner cruise, Lincoln Center, Central Park, a New York Philharmonic Concert, Radio City Music Hall, ‘Aladdin’ on Broadway, Little Italy, 9/11 sites and...
Wayland Union High School, Michigan, Michigan Orchestra Students 3-day Trip to NYC, May 2019