The Adler Astronomical Museum is one of the many museums in Chicago worth visiting. After all, it is the earliest Astronomical Museum in the United States, built in 1930. The spherical structure of the Astronomical Museum is very distinctive, and its location on Lake Michigan is even more beautiful. There are various exhibitions in the Astronomical Museum, many of which are amalgamated with high-tech and shocking. The space displayed in the huge dome projection hall is very lifelike, and it is a good place to popularize astronomical knowledge. It's very suitable for children to visit here. There are many interactive projects for tourists. It's very interesting. It closes at 4 p.m., not until 5 p.m., so we need to pay attention to the time. Tickets are $35 and can be booked online in advance.