Looking for something interesting to do for FREE in Chicago on Sunday? Why not check out the McCormick Bridgehouse & Chicago River Museum in downtown Chicago, which celebrates Chicago’s river and world-famous movable bridges by shining light on their significance to the city. FREE Admission on Sunday. Down at the water level, the museum spirals five stories up, and this awesome museum provides a one-of-a-kind opportunity to explore a historic landmark bridgehouse. At river level, visitors can view the massive gears of Chicago’s most famous movable bridge and then journey through time as they experience the story of the Chicago River. Once at the top of the bridgehouse, visitors are treated to magnificent 360 views of the city and river, and will gain a whole new perspective on the beauty and complexity that is Chicago. See website for special events.
Michigan Avenue at Wacker Drive
376 N. Michigan Ave., Riverwalk Level
Chicago, Ill. 60601
Hours: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Thursday-Monday during season of May 15-Oct. 31, 2015. The Museum is closed on Tues/Weds.
Admission: $5, $4 kids 6-12 and seniors 62+, free kids 5 and under, free Sundays; $10 bridge lifts