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Experience a little culture on your gaycation.
Kinky History: The Leather Archives and Museum open Thursday to Sunday, is a must-see shrine to leather and fetish.
A wonderful place to see a play, with shows that are accessible for children to the deeper, emotional shows that challenge adults.
Improv comedy is the name of the game here. Depending on the night, you might see live improv, sketch, and stand-up comedy or some mix of all three.
It’s a long wait, but worth it to see theater that doesn’t apologize for being different. You may love it, you may hate it, but it’s far from the usual.
The name should be self-explanatory. Just know that the shows are held at different theaters around the city; plan accordingly.
Look up and look out size queens, it doesn’t get any bigger than this (in America). They want to tell you it’s now called the Willis Tower, but ignore that.
A natural history museum that lets you feel like a kid again. Make sure to check out Sue–one big ass T-Rex that reminds you how small you are.
With a vast collection of art spanning eras and continents, if you don’t find something you like, you’re dead inside. One of the best museums in America.
This landmark fountain in Grant Park really must be seen in person. It doesn’t run in the winter (obvi) and is at its greatest at night.
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And let’s be honest, that’s pretty darn gay.