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    This museum is a classic! I wish more Chicagoans would come to enjoy it, as the majority of visitors seem to be tourists. They have an array of classic exhibits, as well as the always interesting ones they have seasonally. Some may be deterred by the price, but how often does one have a world class museum in their backyard?

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    The number of animals on display is mind-boggling. There’s so much to see and do you can easily spend an entire day wondering the massive collection inside. The only fault in the entire building is the botanical collection which appear to have not been updated since the 1940-50’s. Many of the display were not lit and there appears to be little effort in maintaining that second of the museum.

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    The field museum is awesome. Great place to take family and friends of all ages. Lots of cool things to learn about. They always have new stuff to see and its always worth the time and go and see all that the museum has to offer. You can sometimes find discounts online but its worth every penny. Plus this area has lots to see, check out the field museum and all the cool sights around it.

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    Visited the African and Ancient Americas exhibits on an afternoon visit and took advantage of the free guided tours. The guided tours are very informative and highly recommended for the young audience. So much to explore here and one afternoon is nearly not enough to fit all that this place has to offer. If you like to bike they have a Divvy station on the south entrance of field museum and few bike racks are available for bike owners on the west side of the museum.

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    The 1893 World’s Fair exhibit was so interesting and educational. Hard to believe the innovations that were introduced at that time. Of course “Sue” and the two huge elephants at the entrance were amazing. It felt like being in the movie “Night at the Museum”. I truly expected the displays to come alive. Chicagoan’s I hope you appreciate what you have. I will be back!