Type: Family Friendly, Museums, Pro Sports Teams
Think you can jump as high as Michael Jordan? Or want to see the remnants of the Chicago Cubs' famous "Bartman ball"? It's all here in this small but fun museum inside the Water Tower Place mall that celebrates Chicago's professional sports teams. It's named for famous Chicago baseball announcer Harry Caray, who is also the namesake on the adjacent restaurant.
835 N. Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60611
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Museums, Things to Do with Kids: "Eat lunch or dinner at the adjacent Harry Caray's Seventh Inning Stretch and admission to the museum is free."
Best for Museums, Things to Do with Kids Because: Chicago is a serious sports town, and this is the only place that honors several of its teams in one place.