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The total driving distance from Minneapolis, MN to Chicago, IL is 408 miles or 657 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It ends in Chicago, Illinois.
If you are planning a road trip, you might also want to calculate the total driving time from Minneapolis, MN to Chicago, IL so you can see when you'll arrive at your destination.
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Chicago has an attraction in every corner. The city is filled with magnificent skyscrapers and iconic landmarks. They even have an architectural tour to showcase the architectural beauties. Choosechicago.com said Chicago is the birthplace of the modern skyscraper and Travel and Leisure readers voted it as the nation’s best skyline.
Some of the landmarks and skyscrapers include Wrigley Building, Rookery Building, Monadnock Block, the Gothic-style Tribune Tower, Chicago Water Tower, Merchandise Mart, Willis Tower, Trump Tower, John Hancock Building, Marina Towers, Aqua Tower, Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park and more.
The city’s Millennium Park is a four-season urban oasis with 25 acres of landscape, beautiful architecture and a collection of public art. It is open daily from 6 am to 11 pm. And all public programs and events at the Jay Pritzker Pavilion and the Great Lawn are free.
Fans of the great 20th century American architect Frank Lloyd Wright may want to visit the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio, Unity Temple and Robie House.
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