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Millennium Park

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201 E Randolph St
Chicago, IL 60601
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(312) 742-1168
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Millennium Park is Chicago’s state-of-art, 24.5 acre plaza, admired by Chicagoans and visitors alike for the cloud gate or the bean (a great photo opportunity!), stunning Jay Prit...

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Editorial Review 10/28/2011

Millennium Park is Chicago’s state-of-art, 24.5 acre plaza, admired by Chicagoans and visitors alike for the cloud gate or the bean (a great photo opportunity!), stunning Jay Pritzker Pavilion, the entertaining Crown Fountain, and the Lurie Garden. The park hosts a variety of cultural and art events in downtown. You can’t miss this one! more
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  • Overview
    Spanning three square blocks of open lakefront space, the ambitious Millennium Park beautifies a former railroad track, surface parking and unused parkland. When first announced, the features were relatively modest. As more money was poured into the project, it took on a grand scale, including an outdoor music pavilion designed by world-renowned architect Frank Gehry.

    Features
    The Pritzker Pavilion, Gehry's structure, is the park's main bandshell with a stage similar in size to Symphony Center's. It seats 4,000 people in stadium seating and 7,000 on the lawn. The Harris Theater for Music and Dance seats 1,525 for all types of entertainment. Other features include a public sculpture by international artist Anish Kapoor, a two-and-a-half-acre year-round garden and a heated 300-space, indoor bicycle parking area will also house lockers, bike repair, showers and other amenities. A full-service restaurant and three-block-long promenade for temporary attractions are east of the McCormick Tribune ice rink.

  • 4/23/2006 Provided by Citysearch

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  • Hours:

    Monday To Sunday From 06:00 AM To 11:00 PM
  • Neighborhoods:

    Loop, Central

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