Chicago Day 4: Field Museum of Natural History


The last museum we visited in the Museum Campus Chicago was the Field Museum of Natural History. The entrance to all these museum is covered by the Go Chicago card. The good thing is the museums are all within walking distance.

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The Field Museum of Natural History is one of the largest natural history museums in the world with up to 2 million visitors annually.

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The main hall.

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These African elephants is one of the first Field Museum icons since 1909.

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These monumental pole came from Haida Gwaii islands. They stood here since 1893.

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“Sue” is the most complete and best preserved skeleton of the Tyrannosaurus rex ever unearthed.

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Inuksuk, a man-made stone landmark from people of the Arctic region of North America.

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Exhibits from the Ancient Americas.

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Natives costumes.

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More costumes.

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Totem poles.

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More carvings.

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American Bison.

After visiting three museums, we got a ride from Uber to Chinatown. It was interesting to hear from the lady Uber driver that we were her first customers on her first day as a Uber driver.

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