How well do you know Chicago's history making museums?

by: daynadion

Chicago's museum campus is more than just a tourist destination, it's home to three national historic landmarks: The Field Museum, Adler Planetarium and Shedd Aquarium. Learn what makes them worthy of their landmark status.

  1. 1

    What was the first museum to arrive on what is now Chicago's Museum Campus in 1921?

  2. 2

    When did the Museum Campus officially open?

  3. 3

    What was the original home of the Field Museum?

  4. 4

    The Adler Plantarium was the first planetarium...

  5. 5

    On display at the Field Museum is...

  6. 6

    The Shedd was the first inland aquarium with a permanent exhibition of:

  7. 7

    In 1997, the Field Museum purchased Sue, the world's largest Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton, for:

  8. 8

    In 2004, which museum was named Chicago's No. 1 cultural attraction for the 10th time?

  9. 9

    Which museum was the first public institution in Chicago to install an energy-saving, non toxic soy roof?

  10. 10

    The Adler Planetarium is home to the world's oldest known________:

  11. 11

    Bonus question: The Adler Planetarium converted light from the star Arcturus into electrical signals to turn on the lights at:

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