Chicago White Sox Baseball

The 2005 World Champion White Sox will knock you and your children’s socks off, as they battle their way toward another set of rings. The Sox and their cross-town rival Cubs are two of the oldest teams in the league, and have histories steeped in legend and victory. Immerse your child in the lore of “Shoeless” Joe Jackson and the infamous Black Sox of yore while enjoying the classic and gourmet treats from U. S. Cellular Field’s extensive menu. You’ll feel right at home discussing the finer points of the game with the friendly South-Side fans surrounding you.

Contact number: (866) 769-4263

Location: 333 West 35th Street, Chicago, IL 60616

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Chicago Fire Soccer

This less popular, albeit major sport is just as exciting as other ball games, and any children who play on their own soccer team will be thrilled to take in the live action of the big boys doing the same thing. The season really heats up in summer months, and Toyota Park, the stadium they usually play in, is known to sell out quite frequently. Check the website for schedule and ticket information, and bring your littlest hooligans for a memorable sporting experience.

Contact number: (708) 594-7200

Location:7000 South Harlem Avenue, Bridgeview, IL 60455

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Chicago Cubs Baseball

Begin a tradition with your children that they will honor throughout their lives. Visit the country’s most beautiful ballpark and become a part of national legend. There is nothing better than sitting back amongst throngs of happy-go-lucky fans at Wrigley Field — a park appropriately dubbed “”The Friendly Confines.”” Depending on the season, you might witness the Cubbies’ attempt to break the hundred-year Curse of the Billy Goat (See Billy Goat Tavern in Kid-Friendly Eats). While your child munches on kosher hot dogs and salty peanuts, you might enjoy one of Bob Chinn’s famous Mai Tai cocktails or an Old Style beer as you sing “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” in unison.

Contact number: (800) 843-2827

Location:1060 West Addison Street, Chicago, IL 60613

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Chicago Bulls Basketball

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A trip to a real live Chicago Bulls game is a definite to-do with your children. There are few more exciting things in the world, let alone the city, than watching these top-notch athletes dribble, shoot and score points. Seat prices vary of course, but with the jumbo screens, the United Center’s half time entertainment, promotions, contests, and top-rate concessions, you’re guaranteed a fun time even with a budget ticket.

Contact number: (312) 455-4500

Location:1901 West Madison Street, Chicago, IL 60612

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Chicago Blackhawks Hockey

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Hockey is probably one of the most lawless, loudmouth games you can take your children to, but it’s also super fun, and there’s no better team to watch in Chicago than the Blackhawks. If your children have never seen the sport up-close, they’ll be blown away by the giant men gliding around the ice, chasing and hitting the little puck, and of course, breaking into mid-game brawls. They play at United Center, where we urge you to park in the designated legal areas so your evening won’t be spoiled by a tow truck.

Contact number: (312) 455-7000

Location: 1901 West Madison Street, Chicago, IL 60612

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Bobby’s Bike Hike

Exploring any city by bike offers a fun and different perspective on otherwise mundane surroundings, so even better to be in Chicago and bask in its lakeside views and architectural diversity. When the weather is warm, you and your children can join any number of Bobby’s Bike Hikes, a fun bicycle tour of the city given by knowledgable, unimposing, and friendly guides. The rides are tailored to suit families of all ages and fitness levels, and they’re comfortingly serious about bicycle safety.

Contact number: (312) 915-0995

Location: 465 North McClurg Court, Chicago, IL 60611

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