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Chicago Sports Museum, Chicago

(4.1/5 based on 70 reviews on the web)
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  • Great museum for any sports fan. Great interactive items for the public to play with. Play the home run Derby or try to be a hockey keeper. Great memorabilia for all of Chicago sports and great value ...  more »
  • We went with our daughter, son in law and grandsons aged 6 and 9 and had a great time. Lots of interactive games to match your skill on electronic screen e.g. Shooting basketballs. $6 entry for adults...  more »
  • Great stop for a sports fan! $6 per person (may be less for kids). Basketball, baseball, football...you name it. There's great facts and some interactive pieces. It's not overly large but definitely w...  more »
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  • I was here for a private party. I would recommend this venue to anyone! The staff was amazing and the appetizers were all delicious. There was an open bar and kudos to the DJ! GREAT FUN and really great exhibits and games. Did I mention that dinner exceeded expectations?
  • Great ambiance and good food at Harry carays
  • So much fun learning about the sport of the game. Interesting! Go asap!
  • Nice little museum if you love Chicago sports and the rich history. One cool thing is they have the actual hover board from Back to the Future 2. It's small but if you eat in Harry Casey's 7th Inning Stretch you get in for free to the museum. Lots of different interactive stuff to see and do. Only wish it was bigger.
  • The interactive games are fun, and there's a lot of cool memorabilia. Definitely worth a visit