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Millennium Park—A Downtown Chicago Oasis

Nestled between the beautiful shores of Lake Michigan and the thriving blocks of the Loop, this urban oasis is a haven for locals and visitors who want to relax in the center of Chicago. With beautiful architecture, landscape design, art, expansive green spaces and a stunning concert shell designed by Frank Gehry, Millennium Park is humming with activity and culture. The downtown park features free concerts and cultural programs, tours, public art, including the extraordinary Cloud Gate sculpture by Anish Kapoor, an ice skating rink and the Park Grill. Millennium Park is Chicago's lively town square in the heart of the Loop.
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    Open daily 6am-11pm




    • Summer Concerts
    • Films
    • Holiday Celebrations


    • Public Art
    • Live Entertainment
    • Dining
    • Ice Skating
    • Special Events
  • Cloud Gate

    Designed by the famous artist Anish Kapoor, this mirror-like object is commonly referred to as "The Bean" by locals. It's a great photo opportunity because you can see your reflection in the sculpture with the Chicago skyline as the perfect backdrop.

    Crown Fountain

    This dramatic piece of public art combines video with interactive water features for a one-of-a-kind urban landmark. In the summer, you'll find kids splashing around the fountain to cool down from the hot Chicago days.


    Can you buy food, beer or wine at the park?

    You can stop at the Park Grill and Café for a meal, beer or a glass of wine. The Jay Pritzker Pavilion also has a concession stand selling snacks and food along with local beer and wines that can only be consumed in the seating area and the Great Lawn during the concerts.

    Does the park have Wi-Fi?

    Yes! You can access free wireless internet service on your mobile devices, laptops and tablets.

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