First Day - March 8th - $60
Early Registration- March 9th– May 31st - $75
Late Registration - June 1st– July 18th - $90
At the Door - $100
See FAQs for group discounts, cancellations, and partial attendance.
Parking will be available at Moody for $15/ day or $20 for the full conference. Pay for parking with your registration or you can purchase it individually here.
Meals are not provided by The Legacy Conference. Breakfast and lunch can both be purchased from Moody's cafeteria for about $5. However, if you'd like to get out and experience some of the local Chicago cuisine, there are countless restaurants in the area to choose.
Housing is not provided in the conference registration, but be sure to check out our lodging page for discounted dorm and hotel rates.
Transportation is not provided in the conference registration. Be sure to check out Transit Chicago for affordable public transportation from either O'Hare or Midway airports.
Although the Legacy Conference offers almost around the clock activities for our attendees, some of our guests like to stay in Chicago longer than just the three days of the conference. With that being said, we would love for you to enjoy some of what one of the country's most diverse city has to offer:
Willis Tower Skydeck Chicago Head to the 103rd floor of the Willis Tower, formerly known as the Sears Tower, where glass balconies beckon, allowing visitors to take in the breathtaking panorama views of the inspiring downtown Chicago skyline. On a clear day, you can even spot Lake Michigan, Indiana and Wisconsin in the distance.
Millenium Park One of Chicago's most famed attractions is Millennium Park, a beautiful 25-acre public park nestled on the banks of Lake Michigan. Park goers can get inspired by the Bean, an image-warping steel sculpture, or head to the Jay Priztker Pavilion for toe tapping concerts and live entertainment.
Magnificent Mile Shopping Discover a shopper's delight along North Michigan Avenue. The Magnificent Mile in downtown Chicago is an eight block stretch lined with upscale shops, boutiques, department stores and world-class restaurants. Known as "One of the Great Avenues of the World" visitors will enjoy a bustling Midwest vibe and plenty of opportunities to shop to your heart's content.
John Hancock Center Observatory Spectacular panoramic views of Lake Michigan and the stunning Chicago skyline are found atop the historic John Hancock Center Observatory. Head up to the 94th floor Sky Walk where you can gaze off into the distance and spot four states. The John Hancock Center is also home to America's highest indoor swimming pool, skating rink and café.
For more complete listings of local attractions please visit Chicago Traveler.