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Millennium Park


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201 E Randolph St
Chicago, IL 60642

 (312) 829-1100

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"Millennium Park and The Bean are also fun spots to visit."  See More

"I believe you can get into the restaurant from Millennium Park without going into the museum."  See More

"The Park Grill at Millennium Park is a great place for a birthday dinner and you can take a picture at The Bean."  See More

"You could take your 2-year-old to Millennium Park or to the playground at Maggie Daley Park if you're staying downtown."  See More

"Then wander around Millennium Park which is next door."  See More

"Visit Millennium Park and take a walk to Grant Park and see the Buckingham Fountain when it lights up in the eve at the half hour."  See More

"A must is to walk to Millennium Park across the wooden bridge and go to Grant Park and the Buckingham Fountain all the way to Soldier Field and Field Museum of Natural History , and the Shedd Aquarium and John Hancock Observatory."  See More

"I would go to Chicago Loop to admire the beautiful architecture, visit the Willis Tower and take some fun pictures in the sky deck, then go to the Millennium Park, cross the river towards Michigan Avenue, the Magnificent Mile, and if you have time, take a cruise in the afternoon to sea the sunset."  See More

"It has one of the best views of the city, Millennium Park and the lake."  See More

"Millennium Park / Cloud Gate "The Bean""  See More

"KIDS: Millennium Park and Maggie Daley Park"  See More

"Stay near N Michigan Ave and can walk to Millennium Park where thy have free shows and concerts."  See More

"Walking around Lincoln Park, walking around Millennium Park, the Buckingham Fountain, and Cloud Gate (the bean)."  See More

"Definitely check out Millennium Park, which is also free."  See More

"Millennium Park and Maggie Daley Park are close to one another and have fun climbing things/interactive sculpture for kids."  See More

"Must do - Millennium Park, shopping area down Michigan Avenue, deep dish pizza (lou malnatis or giordanos), cubs or sox game"  See More

"On a nice day you can head over to Maggie Daley Park, the newly opened park next to Millennium Park that has a great playground."  See More

"Now that the summer has started, there is usually live music or performances in Millennium Park."  See More

"Lincoln Park Zoo, Navy Pier and Millennium Park are all free."  See More

"On a nice day spend some time in Millennium Park and check out Cloud Gate, Jay Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park, and Maggie Daley Park - totally free and a beautiful spot near the lake to walk around for hours."  See More

"Just outside the loop are my favorite spots on a nice day, Millennium Park with Cloud Gate (aka The Bean) and Maggie Daley Park, and The Art Institute of Chicago on a not as nice day."  See More

"They'll love the fountains and the bean at Millennium Park as well."  See More

"Millennium Park is nice to visit, there's the bean where you can take some interesting reflective photos, there's the Crown Fountain which kids love to play in and I'm not sure what's they've put in Maggie Daley Park but there was a lot of stuff that was supposed to open in the spring."  See More

"The Blue Line stop on Damen in Wicker Park can take you downtown to the more touristy things - even as a local I love strolling around Millennium Park on a nice day, or walking through the The Art Institute of Chicago on a weekday when it's not as busy or if it's raining."  See More

"Walking distance from Millennium Park, excellent deep dish pizza, and many different beers and wines to sample."  See More

"I have taken the South Shore line from Indiana to Millennium ParkMultiple times and never felt unsafe."  See More

"Below is a deep dish from The Art of Pizza :) It's great to walk around Millennium Park, especially on a nice day."  See More

"Millennium Park Field Museum of Natural History Aviary Next (restaurant) Girl & the Goat Three Dots and a Dash Piece Brewery & Pizzeria Mercadito Chicago Half Acre Beer Company Mercat a la Planxa"  See More

"Cloud Gate and Millennium Park are a must."  See More

"Field Museum of Natural History, Shedd Aquarium, The Art Institute of Chicago, Lincoln Park Zoo & Millennium Park and Cloud Gate"  See More

"Millennium Park and Grant Park are both extremely beautiful, and you're sure to find lots of photo ops throughout the park, at the Jay Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park, and at Cloud Gate (The Bean)!"  See More

"And it is right next door to Millennium Park where you can visit the Bean."  See More

"you can get easily to Michigan Ave, to Millennium Park, the River North area and all the activity nearby."  See More

"Cloud Gate and Millennium Park are well worth a visit - and free."  See More

"If you're staying near Millennium Park try the pizza Pizano's PizzaThey are part of the Malnetti family and the pizza is great."  See More

"It's in Millennium Park which also has art installations, gardens, and a big fountain all with the lake in the background."  See More

"I might start downtown at Millennium Park to see the fountains, Cloud Gate (the bean) and do plenty of people watching!"  See More

"Park the bikes to wander around Millennium Park (take some selfies in the bean!"  See More

"Millennium Park ("The Bean") 3."  See More

"Walk around Millennium Park You'll have yourself an album full of great photos from this place."  See More

"Millennium Park is a fun place to walk around."  See More

"Millennium Park sometimes has free concerts as well."  See More

"See if there's a free concert at Millennium Park."  See More

"In the evening, make sure to visit the Millennium Park."  See More

"From there, I would walk over to Millennium Park and take a selfie in front of the bean."  See More

"Millennium Park is also nice to walk through and I'd say to come back to visit just so you can see even more!"  See More

"From the mains piers and walking along the lake to cutting over to Millennium Park there is a ton to check out that is totally free."  See More

"Millennium Park Depending on the day of the week you might be able to catch a live concert or orchestra at the park."  See More

"During the daytime: Michigan Avenue, Millennium Park (the Bean), Lake Michigan, Navy Pier."  See More

"We didn't do everything on your tentative itinerary, but we did see The Field Museum, Willis Tower (formerly Sears Tower), Millennium Park, Loop, Magnificent Mile, Chicago Cultural Center, the former Marshall Field's (now a Macy's) and walked down by the river ( Chicago Riverwalk)."  See More

"Millennium Park which is fairly touristy, although do check out the giant bean if you haven't seen it."  See More

"One thing that you should keep in mind is that it's very difficult to find parking in downtown Chicago, around the Millennium Park area, and that it can be expensive."  See More

"Millennium Park is a must see attraction on foot, so bring your camera with you; when it originally opened there was a "ban" on photographs, but you can feel free to make your own snaps before venturing to the photo museum."  See More

"Oh, since you're going to be going to Millennium Park early on, there are a few brunch spots that I really love around that area!"  See More

"When I was in Chicago in 2011 I went to Giordano's just to the north of Millennium Park."  See More

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