At a Glance Series: Chicago’s North Shore


Chicago's North Shore At A Glance

Ideas for First Timers:

  • Frances Willard House
  • Halim Time and Glass Museum
  • American Toby Jug Museum
  • Block Museum of Art
  • The Grove National Historic Landmark

Ideas for Repeat Visitors:

  • Baha'i House of Worship
  • Chicago Botanic Garden
  • Ravinia Festival
  • Illinois Holocaust Museum
  • Evanston History Center

Chicago's North Shore, Illinois

Bordering Chicago along Lake Michigan, Chicago's North Shore is known for its scenic beauty. The region features the Chicago Botanic Garden, the only Baha'i House of Worship in the Western Hemisphere, the Illinois Holocaust Museum, Charles Dawes Gates House, the Frances Willard House Museum and the new Halim Time and Glass. Chicago's North Shore is only 20 minutes from downtown Chicago and close to major Interstates 94 and I-294.

Come experience everything that makes ABA-member Chicago's North Shore a great tour destinations. Want to meet the attractions from Chicago's North Shore and other ABA-member destinations? Then you need to register for ABA's 2019 Annual Meeting & Marketplace in Louisville, Ky!

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