We started the day 2 morning with the River Walk again.
The River Walk was quiet in the morning.
We stopped and take a closer look at the Vietnamese War Memorial.
You can click on the above photo to read the memorial.
This flag represents citizen’s concern of United States military personnel taken as prisoners of war (POWs) or listed as missing in action (MIA).
We came upon McCormick Bridgehouse & Chicago River Museum along the River Walk. Entrance is free on Sunday.
The museum is actually part of the bridge tower.
You can view the massive gears of Chicago’s most famous movable bridge at the river level.
You can click on the above to see the four most popular bridges in Chicago.
The museum showcases journey through time of the story of the Chicago River and it’s bridges.
On the top of the Bridgehouse, you have a 360 degree views of the city and river.