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Millennium Park is definitely worth seeing. You can find a lot of historic and modern sights, as well as the Chicago Art Institute in the park. During the summer time you can enjoy concerts, festivals and outdoor activities out there.
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Millennium Park is definitely worth seeing. You will find both historic and modern sights. Home of "The Bean" and the Chicago Art Institute. During the summer, you can enjoy concerts, festivals, and outdoor activities in the park.
A warm weather favorite where there is always something happening. The park's centerpiece is the Jay Pritzker Pavilion - an outdoor venue for many major music and film events during the summer. At the northern of the park, take in some performing arts at Harris Theater Take in a stunning view of…
There Is there a reason this is Chicago’s #1 photographed icon. My favorite time of day is to see this at twilight. It’s often crowded, so if you want to get a loan pictures at the Bean, you’ll need to go at sunrise.
The "Bean" shown above, for one reason (formal name Cloudgate but all call it Bean) Cool sculptire, fun to walk around, under, see everyone's reflection. Also, ice skating and rollerblading, wall climbing and large kids playground. Beautiful gardens, more sculptures to experience and Chicago's top…
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