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2 MIN READ - As office workers continue to come #BackInTheLoop, we know it’s more important than ever to reconnect with colleagues you haven’t seen in years – or never met in person at all. Hit up your old favorite spots, or try something new, but get your office outings on the calendar.
Shoreline Sightseeing tours
Get together and reconnect with your co-workers this summer on a Shoreline Tour. Group tour rates are available on Shoreline’s public tours, including their award-winning Architecture River Tours led by their expert and entertaining guides. Group rates are also available on Shoreline’s Skyline Lake Tours, Fireworks Tours, and Special Events. For larger groups, Shoreline offers private tours as well as private charters. You and your colleagues can relax and enjoy a great Chicago experience touring the Chicago River or Lake Michigan. Learn more.
Your office outing doesn’t have to be a ton of work to organize; just pick a happy hour spot to unwind at the end of the workday. Find all the best deals on drinks and bites with our Chicago Loop Happy Hour Guide.
Maggie Daley Park
Take it outside at Maggie Daley Park. Enjoy activities like miniature golf, wall climbing, scooter and rollerblade rentals, plus 20 acres of green space ideal for lawn game tournaments. Take a few work friends over to the park, or organize something a little extra by emailing email@example.com with your office outing idea.
Social darts at Flight Club
Flight Club is a multi-award-winning venue that offers a social darts experience. This dynamic venue has 14 playing areas, called Oches, two bars, and a restaurant. The hot spot provides a unique social gaming experience, with multi-player games in semi-private playing areas. In addition to the fun and games in this venue, there is a great atmosphere, specialty cocktails, and delicious food.
Millennium Park Summer Workouts
Who says a sweat sesh doesn’t make you closer? Ixnay the office gym and head outside for a steaming workout amongst the beauty of Millennium Park. From yoga to pilates to Zumba, there’s a class for all. Workouts are Saturday mornings through Labor Day weekend, but that just means the office is closed for Summer Fridays right? Learn more.
Explore the city’s best museums
With new exhibitions like Cezanne at the Art Institute of Chicago, Energy Revolution at Chicago Architecture Center and more, there’s always something to do (and learn) with coworkers. Explore Loop museums and galleries.
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