The Stanley Cup is going to be in Chicago on Wednesday of this week.

You can go see it at two different locations.

ABC7 Chicago reports that the beloved Stanley Cup Trophy will be in Chicago this Wednesday with an opportunity for you to not only see it but get your picture taken with it.

The trophy's first stop will be at Millennium Park for public viewing between 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Wednesday on the stage at Jay Pritzker Pavilion. City officials said that fans can "start lining up at 8 a.m. on the west side of the pavilion in the 200-block of East Randolph Street. City officials strongly urged fans to arrive by 8 a.m. to get a spot in line because "queuing will be stopped if timing becomes an issue."

Also, fans should bring their own cameras or smartphones to take photos with the cup as there will not be a photographer on site. Admission is free.

Then second stop for the cup will be at the Field Museum from 7pm to 10pm. "Visitors will be able to have their photos taken with the Cup for the cost of general admission." A professional photographer through the Field Museum will be on site to take your picture, as individual photos taken by cameras or phones is prohibited.

Now if you can't get to the city this Wednesday for a shot with the cup you will be able to see it here in Rockford next month. Click the button below for all the details.