Millennium Park is a large public park in Chicago, Illinois. It is the most famous section of Grant Park, and is home to most of the park’s attraction highlights, namely the Cloud Gate sculpture. The park is one of the largest green roofs in the world, as it was built on top of parking garages and a railroad yard. Chicagoans take great pride in the park, and no expense is spared in keeping it clean and trim.
By Subway: Take the brown line, green line, orange line, pink line, or purple line and get off at Randolph Wabash or Madison Wabash stations, then walk east for about 10 minutes to arrive at MIllenium Park.
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Millennium Park This park is located in downtown Chicago. To reach this place is very easy. Tourists can reach it by using public transportation, either the CTA bus, or the elevated train called Elevated. Several underground stations are also not far from the park, which covers about 25 hectares. In addition, all buses that pass through Michican Avenue which is the main street of Chicago also pass through the park which was built to commemorate the turn of the millennium in 2000.
In this place, tourists can see a collection of modern architecture such as the unique Cloud Gate and beautiful garden art arrangements. In addition, there is also a free play area for residents of the City of Chicago and tourists who visit here. Remember, if you haven't been to this park, you're not legally in Chicago.
Giri S Rengga
Millennium Park in Chicago is located centrally between high buildings in Chicago Central. It has many parts and so many people come here to see the famous Bean structure located here in park. So many films, Serials shooting happens here. It always remains crowded as this area is near navy pier of Chicago and all other attractions are also walkable from here. #chicago #milleniumpark #windy #usa #usatravel #citylife
It's still freezing, but the rain finally stopped so I could check out The Bean!
Mushroom Jun's America Travel
here is Chicago, is Norman Mehler's "The only great city in the United States", is the rhythm of the songs and dances in the Bercht Marshall movie city. She is the center of the city in the middle of the city and the third largest city in the United States. This fascinating metropolis, after the fire of 1871, was reborn and attracted architects and artists from all over the world. Under the magical creation, more than 26 miles of stretches of lakeside and all the architectural wonders cuddle each other to form the beautiful skyline of Chicago.
Millennium Park is the most outstanding representative of the city park. If you sit for an hour next to the soybeans every day, after ten days, there will probably be 10,000 more faces in your mind. If you ask Chicago where the population is the most dense, Then the non-Millennium Park is none other than it. The tourists stood by the beans all the year round and looked at the twisted themselves in the reflection. The citizens were attracted by the continuous performance.
In addition to the soybeans, the Crown Fountain is also a place where the Millennium Park is eye-catching. The two opposite displays alternately display the different smiles of 1,000 citizens in Chicago. During the summer, it is a playground for children. .
I like this kind of life very much, even in high-rise buildings, I can find the feeling of returning to nature.