The Chicago Museum of History has only two floors. It's not a big place and has plenty of exhibits. The city, which had been burned down by a fire in one third of its main urban area, now seems to be largely benefiting from that fire, which has led to urban renewal and reconstruction. If you walk around a circle, you will unconsciously think that this is such a magnificent city - in fact, it is an excellent expression of curatorial ability.
Visit the Chicago Museum of History. Tickets are 19 dollars. Chicago's history must mention big fires. The fire lasted three days from October 8 to 10, 1871. Three hundred people died, nine square kilometres were burned and 100,000 people were homeless. Economic losses amounted to $220 million.
This museum shows the history of Chicago City from the first arrival to today, mainly the most important historical fragments. It also shows the famous people who used to live in Chicago. A lot of animations and pictures impress you. Entrance ticket prices are also good value for money
The Chicago History Museum is a museum that introduces Chicago's history, preserves and protects the remains of Chicago's major events. Near Lincoln Park, the exhibition is not very large. History museums in the United States pay more attention to the relics and remains of some important events in social life, as well as people's clothing, food, shelter and transportation in different periods. The Chicago Museum of History collects historical relics of Chicago, introducing Chicago's city-building and the famous Chicago fire; clothing and textiles, decorative arts and industrial arts, fine arts, prints and photographs of Chicago in various periods; and portraits of some Chicago celebrities from the mid-19th century to the mid-20th century. There are special children's districts.