Millennium Park

Millennium Park an amazing showcase of art & music, architecture and landscape design that is not to be missed!  Jump on the Red Line Train at Wrigley Field and you'll be downtown in no time! 
Cloud Gate 'The Bean'
One of Millennium Parks most famous attractions and one of the most photographed sculptures in the world!  Designed by British artist Sir Anish Kapoor—inspired by liquid mercury. The city's skyline is captured on it's smooth finish.  
Lurie Garden 'City in a Garden'
A lush beautiful garden with bridges and wading pools. When you're walking through the garden and look towards the buildings on Michigan Avenue, you will understand why they call it 'City in a Garden'
Jay Pritzker Pavilion 
A music bandshell in Millennium Park designed by architect Frank Gehry. Home to the Grant Park Orchestra & Chorus. FREE Concerts are held here June-September on Wednesdays, Fridays starting at 6:30 pm and Saturdays at 7:30pm, so bring a blanket and a bottle of wine and enjoy music under the stars!​
Crown Fountain
An interactive work of public art and video sculpture. The video images are of local residents. When they were being filmed they were asked to blow a kiss. At that very moment the fountain sprays water on the children below. Bring dry clothes; they're gonna get wet!
  • August 1st Carlos Kalmar | Tchaikovsky Romeo and Juliet
  • August 8th George Li, Piano | Chopin Piano Concerto No. 1
  • August 10th & 11th Pablo Ferrandez, Cello | Prokofiev and Vaughan Williams​
Millennium Park has a wonderful story behind it. You can get tours of the park for free by stopping by the Chicago Greeter Booth at the Cultural Center at the corner of Randoph & Michigan Ave. Or set one up in advance www.chicagogreeter.com