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Fun and safe things to do in Chicago

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The Art Institute of Chicago was established in 1859 and is one of the oldest and largest museums in the United States. Its security system prevents people from bringing in dangerous items to keep its paintings and visitors safe from threats.

As a big city, Chicago can seem intimidating, but in reality, there are many fun and safe activities for everyone to explore. Family friendly places to visit include the Art Institute, Water Tower and Navy Pier. There are also many parks to visit, such as Millennium and The Park at Lakeshore East. The city also has its dangers, so it is safer to travel in a trusted group.

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Fun and safe things to do in Chicago