Brought my husband for his first trip and he was wowed. Sue the dinosaur is a regular. Shrunken heads were a hit. Walking distance to many other great stops!
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My husband had been wanting to go to this museum for several years now to mainly see the Egyptian artifacts area. This is the first area we went to but were disappointed. The lighting is so low we had trouble seeing a lot of the...More
Definitely worth the trip. Very lovely setting. More than enough exhibits to choose from. We enjoyed the walk through the part and the dino's, You should check and see what exhibits are on before you go and plan accordingly. You can spend a few hours...More
An amazing place to visit! Paid additional for the Jurrasic World exhibit and that was definitely worth it. Everything the Field does is first class. Lots of hands on activities for all ages. Also did the Underground Soil exhibit which was great. Then of course...More
Be sure to check which exhibits you REALLY want to see because they tack on everything, e.g. it cost my granddaughter and me $90 to see things. There were several exhibits that were inappropriate/uninteresting to us and I wish I had not paid extra for...More
A slightly disappointing experience. The museum exhibits and exhibitions had a tired feel about them. Sue excepted. Cafe lunch was though excellent.
Second only to the American Museum of Natural History museum in New York City, the Field Museum has many interesting exhibits. Loved the dinosaurs, especially Sue, the most complete T-Rex skeleton in existence.
Spent a few hours here before we were just too tired to continue. Saw all of the Egyptian exhibit which was very well done. Some of the other exhibits didn't really do it for us, but I imagine there is something for everyone. Ate at...More
I totally relived each moment of the movie " A night at the museum" at this place. some very good special shows which I enjoyed. The way the exhibits are maintained is very commendable. They have portrayed a variety of wildlife across all regions of...More