If you can afford to go to Italy, there's a way you can experience Rome's Sistine Chapel in person.

Right now, it will cost you over $1,500 to travel to Rome, Italy. I don't know about you, but I don't have that cash lying around, but there's a way you can experience the very best of Rome in Chicago. Tickets are on sale now for a chance to see Rome's stunning Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel up-close and personal.

the exhibit it located in the Oakbrook Center - lower level of the old Sears building, and is available for all ages to enjoy. Go back in time and see some amazing ceiling paintings from the chapel with high-definition photos. You will be able to engage in artwork like you've never seen before, with audio guides and signage giving you more information about each piece of art. 

Tickets range from $19 and up and there is also a VIP access pass which allows you to skip the line (I'm all about that). Italy is one of those country's that I want to visit so bad, not only from the many famous artists, authors, and sculptures from that country. But I am descendant from Sicily and I want to experience what life was for my great-grandparents and walk the same streets they have.

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This may be the only chance you will get to see some of the very best of Michelangelo. and if you’re still planning a summer vacation, this might be worth stopping by and taking in all that you can.

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