Add this to the accolades for Chicago's world famous Field Museum: Its restrooms are the finest in the United States.
At least they're the best according to an Internet survey conducted by the Cincinnati-based provider of restroom hygiene products and services. In the Cintas Corporation's 10th annual "America's Best Restroom" contest, the museum that's known for things like having the most complete T-Rex fossil ever found edged out the restrooms at the Renaissance Arlington Capital View Hotel and the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts.
Restroom aficionados were impressed by touches such as artwork of a night sky that, besides being what Cintas' news release calls a calming image, also absorbs sound. The restrooms also won praise for features such as family-friendly tot areas, and eco-friendly automated water faucets.