Visitors can explore ancient Egypt, see Maximo the Titanosaur, and get access to a 3D movie, “Underground Adventure” or “new Halls of China”
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About This Deal
- Early Access VIP Tour is a private tour with docent before museum opens to public
- Free admission for children under 3
Good to Know
- Museum open daily 9 a.m.–5 p.m. (last admission at 4 p.m.); closed Thanksgiving day and Christmas day
- Visitors arriving on a weekday by 10 a.m. or after 2 p.m. will find fewer crowds
- Onsite cafeteria: two restaurants at museum and seasonal outdoor grill
- Transportation: parking available at museum campus for fee
What Our Customers Have to Say!
Groupon offered an excellent deal, discounted tickets and easy redemption. We went on a Saturday and the museum was not overly busy which is unusual for most Chicago attractions.
Great experience! There’s sooo much to see and learn. We took about 4 hours and I’m sure there was stuff left to see. I highly recommend using the coat check so you can walk around freely. Amazing experience!
World-class museum, It’s astounding. The size, the collections, the quality of display - all make this museum one of the best I’ve ever seen. The ongoing science and research that happens within this institution are extraordinarily important to learn about our past so we can manage the future.
About The Field Museum
The Field Museum of Natural History showcases over 40 million artifacts. See SUE, the world’s largest and most complete T. rex fossil ever found! SUE is over 67 million years old! Discover Ancient Egypt with 23 mummies inside a recreated Egyptian tomb. Step into in a full-size replica of an earth lodge, the center of life for the Pawnee people in our Native American Hall. Be dazzled by the Grainger Hall of Gems and the Hall of Jades. Meet the famous man-eating Lions of Tsavo, or journey to the glittering Aztec empire in Ancient Americas. Explore Evolving Planet, where giant sloths, woolly mammoths and dinosaurs roam! Don't forget to say hi to Máximo, our new titanosaur, and the largest dinosaur ever discovered at over two stories tall!
To learn how the Museum is beginning to catalog our world for future museumgoers, check out the Groupon Guide's visit.