You’ll find magic in such sparkling Chicago attractions
as Navy Pier – the Midwest’s top tourist destination – and its boardwalk, 150-foot Ferris wheel, boat and segway tours, and countless dining or shopping options. Millennium Park offers dazzling music, art, landscape design and architecture – including the mammoth stainless-steel Cloud Gate sculpture – plus ice skating in the winter, splashing around in the interactive Crown Fountain during summer, and alfresco dining from spring to fall.
Chicago is often called a friendly city – and you’ll agree when you accept the city’s warm invitation to sample such free attractions as Lincoln Park Zoo, home to more than 1,000 mammals, reptiles, and birds. Enjoy the peaceful gardens under glass at Garfield Park Conservatory and Lincoln Park Conservatory, or take in one of the free performances at Navy Pier. To make sure you don’t miss out on anything the city has to offer, make your very first stop the Chicago Cultural Center - Chicago's Architectural Showplace for the Lively and Visual Arts and the city's official Visitor Center.
Our Chicago classes are held in PCCTI Healthcare’s two locations, in Downtown Chicago, and in the Chicago suburb of Oak Brook.
Local attractions include the Oak Brook Center, Chicago's most prestigious outdoor shopping destination. Always on the cutting edge of fashion, Oakbrook Center was voted the #1 shopping destination by Illinois shoppers. With six major department stores and over 160 upscale shops and restaurants – set amidst lush gardens and flowing fountains – it's a spectacular outdoor shopping experience.
With many entertainment districts within a short distance of downtown, Dallas provides local history mixed with a melting pot of arts, culture, dining and more - a wide array of attractions
With the finest in Southern hospitality, the Dallas area offers more than 70,000 hotel rooms ranging from first-class luxury to family pricing.
Dallas is the# 1 shopping destination in Texas. Shopping and Dallas are synonymous! Not only is Dallas home to the internationally recognized specialty store Neiman Marcus, it is the site of America’s oldest planned shopping center, Highland Park Village. From unique boutiques to premier shopping malls, Dallas breathes style.
Dallas is also home to the largest contiguous urban arts district in the country. All over the city you’ll find historic museums, beautiful architecture, rare collections of artwork and stirring performances. The festivals, exhibitions, shows and performances featured in the city throughout the year are sure to enhance any trip to Dallas. It’s no wonder New York Magazine ranked the Dallas area as the No. 1 city worldwide for lovers of the arts.
If you're looking for a sports town, look no further than Dallas. A team from each of the five major professional sports calls the area home, and residents and visitors enjoy an abundance of exciting collegiate, Olympic and amateur sporting events as well.
There's a place where MUSIC lives. A place where music hangs its hat and puts its feet up on the furniture. A place where people don't just talk about SONGS and CDs and lyrics, but live them night and day. That place is Nashville, MUSIC CITY. Nashville is also a place to visit throughout the year with ideal climates for all seasons - with loads of area attractions
Visit Music City year-round:
Spring is a delightful time in Middle Tennessee as the rolling hills are a lush, vibrant green. Because of the mild climate found, many plants are well suited for the area including tulips, azaleas, irises, magnolias and dogwoods. Days are warm while evenings can be chilly.
Summer is ablaze with many concert festivals in Music City. Several nights during the week you'll find live outdoor concerts scattered around town. Midday can be very warm as the humidity tends to be higher in the summer months. Light clothing and sunscreen is recommended for the full season.
Fall is a celebrated time throughout Tennessee. Visitors come from all over to see the annual changing of the leaves in mid-October. Days are warm and pleasant. Evenings require a sweater or light jacket. Since the weather is changeable, layered clothing is a good idea to accommodate sunny days and cooler nights.
Winter is a great time to visit the city's many attractions decked out in their holiday finery as Nashville truly shines throughout the winter with millions of twinkling lights. Although the climate is mild, winter temperatures do range from cool to cold. If a snowfall occurs, it is usually in January or February and is seldom heavy.
From rich neighborhood lore to the city’s many museums, every corner of DC brims with history and culture. Stroll along U Street through the historic heart of Washington’s African-American community, once home to jazz legend Duke Ellington and now a fashionable area of shops, cafés and lounges. As you shop the boutiques of Georgetown, stop by the Old Stone House on M Street – the oldest existing private residence in all of Washington. Beyond the city’s distinctive neighborhoods, Washington’s museums are enough to occupy visitors for days on end. View pop culture artifacts at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History, where featured icons include Kermit the Frog, Julia Child’s kitchen and the ruby slippers worn by Judy Garland in The Wizard of Oz. Catch up on the history of media at the Newseum, or go undercover at the International Spy Museum, which is a particular favorite with children. Visit the National Mall, tour the Capital, or explore the natural beauty of Rock Creek Park.
History, culture, sports, the arts, nature…our nation’s capital has it all.
Our Washington, DC SharePoint training classes are held in Arlington, Virginia, just minutes away from all the popular DC attractions, in the “hip urban village” of Ballston.