January 16th, 2019
The weather outside may be chilly, but it doesn’t have to put a freeze on your social life. There’s always something fun going on in the Chicago community that’s worth checking out all year round. Head to one of these Chicago winter activities for some warm wintertime fun.
Embrace the winter weather with an evening of ice skating at Millennium Park’s McCormick Tribune Ice Rink. Skating is free and open to the public. Skate rentals are available for purchase for $13. Millennium Park is a 12-minute drive from The Sinclair.
Get dolled up for a lovely evening at The Chicago Theatre. This winter, you can catch everything from Wanda Sykes standup show to Kacey Musgraves concert to Sesame Street Live. Check out a full schedule here. The Chicago Theatre is an 11-minute drive from The Sinclair.
Find respite from the cold by checking out the latest exhibits at the Art Institute of Chicago. Currently, you can see a geometric abstract exhibit from Tomma Abts, ukiyo-e paintings from the Weston Collection and photographs of the Underground Railroad reimagined by Dawoud Bey. The Art Institute of Chicago is a nine-minute drive from The Sinclair.
Stay Warm at The Sinclair
If you don’t want to brave the cold, take advantage of all that The Sinclair has to offer you. Use indoor amenities all winter long! Grab delicious coffee at the coffee bar before heading to the resident lounge to catch up with friends or curl up with a good book on one of the couches. Throw a dinner party using our demonstration kitchen. Or, have a Bachelor watch party using the state-of-the-art screening TV with surround sound. Work from home using the business center and conference room. The options are endless.
Which of these Chicago winter activities are you most excited to do? We hope the cold weather doesn’t keep you from enjoying our beautiful city this season.
Contact us today for more information on life at The Sinclair or to schedule a tour.