|•||Confirmation will be received at time of booking|
|•||The 3D movie is subject to availability. To reserve your time it's recommended to arrive early between 9am - 12pm|
|•||Museum maps and highlights guides available in English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Mandarin Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Polish, and Portuguese|
|•||Near public transportation|
|•||Infants must sit on laps|
|•||No heart problems or other serious medical conditions|
|•||Most travelers can participate|
|•||Face masks required for travelers in public areas|
|•||Face masks required for guides in public areas|
|•||Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff|
|•||Social distancing enforced throughout experience|
|•||Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas|
|•||Gear/equipment sanitized between use|
|•||Guides required to regularly wash hands|
|•||Regular temperature checks for staff|
|•||Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms|
|•||We have put in place new protocols including requiring face masks for guests, increasing extensive cleaning procedures, installed hand sanitizing stations throughout the Museum, adding floor markers to maintain social distancing, and providing one-way paths to guide visitor traffic.|
My daughter and I really enjoyed the museum, especially the GEM room! Of course you have to see Sue, the T-rex.
We had a wonderful time at the field Museum with Sue being the highlight. If you don't know, sue is the larges TRex ever found. She is mostly intact. Exhibits are easy and enjoyable to read. The food at the Café was delicious. An enjoyable day!
Amazing day spent at this awesome museum. An absolute must when in Chicago. Loved the lions of Tsavo the most and Jurassic world was incredible real life like dinosaurs. Sue is impressive. Food is not great in the cafes so take your own.
Nice history museum , very organized and Covid prepared , don’t have all open , if you like dinosaurs this is the place to go
An excellent museum. I would highly recommend for families.
I would never go on a free admission for Illinois residents day......it was so packed, it was hard to see much. And all but one 3D movie was sold out, so we didn't have a choice on which one to see. The parking was an absolute mess, but there was an auto show just on the other side of Soldier Field, so we say in line just to park for over half an hour. Other than that, it's a great museum with lots to see from all around the world. Great interactive things to do as well. Just pick your day wisely!
We bought tix on Viator with hopes to make the process easier in this covid world. Little did we know it would complicate the entire process. Upon entering we were told the tickets were issued by a "third party" and that we would have to take a photo of each of the tickets and email them to the field museum. As with many museums and the brick walls, cell service was lacking. After about 10 minutes the clerk gave up and gave us tickets to get in.