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Grant Park

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Grant Park

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337 E Randolph St, Chicago, IL 60601
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Get views of Chicago’s most famous buildings, as well as insider info from an expert guide, on this architecture-focused cruise. See all the most important buildings on one tour, a hard-to-accomplish task on foot. View the skyline from the Chicago River while listening to live commentary. Snap photos of the Willis (Sears) Tower, Old Post Office, 360 Chicago Observation Deck, Wrigley Building, and more.
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Thomas V wrote a review Sep 2020
Oakland, California10,028 contributions2,173 helpful votes
This is a huge park on the Lake and a place where a lot of history has happened. Now it is just loved by the residents who use it a lot in good weather.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Taylor B wrote a review Sep 2020
Chicago, Illinois6,563 contributions5,375 helpful votes
People are looking for things to do during the Coronavirus pandemic. Some friends claim they are bored. They have nothing to do. Are they kidding? For Chicagoans, it is a wonderful opportunity to enjoy all of the attractions that the city has to offer. When was the last time you visited Grant Park? There is so much to do, you can't see it all in one or even two days. It's like taking a three-day vacation at home. Bordered by Randolph Street on the north, Roosevelt Road on the south, Michigan Avenue on the west and Lake Michigan on the east, the 319-acre urban park is popularly referred to as "Chicago's front yard." Founded in 1844, it has grown in size by extending into the lake with debris from the Great Chicago Fire in 1871 and landfill. Originally known as Lake Park, it was renamed in 1901 to honor Ulysses S. Grant. Among the features are Millennium Park, Maggie Daley Park, Art Institute of Chicago, Buckingham Fountain, Petrillo Music Shell, Field Museum, Adler Planetarium, Shedd Aquarium, Crown Fountain, Cloud Gate (aka The Bean), Lurie Garden, Congress Plaza, Court of the Presidents, Chicago Lakefront Trail, Hutchinson Field, Monroe Harbor, Skate Plaza, even an 18,000-square-foot, off-leash dog park. In addition, there are 16 softball/baseball fields and 12 tennis courts. Don't forget the public art, magnificent sculptures such as the Abraham Lincoln Monument, the large equestrian statue of Civil War general and Illinois-born John A. Logan and the Agora, a series of 106 headless, armless sculptures designed by Polish artist Magdalena Abakanowicz. Grant Park was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1993.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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klondike204 wrote a review Sep 2020
Grand Rapids, Michigan93 contributions39 helpful votes
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A large park with many things to see. Enjoyed walking around and capturing many different photos of the Chicago skyline. Definitely recommend for photography buffs.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Jazzykins87 wrote a review Dec 2019
Snellville, Georgia89 contributions17 helpful votes
We came to get a break from the city and take a look around the green spaces. We enjoyed the view of Lake Michigan and the Buckingham Fountain. It was nice to just sit and enjoy the view. Only downside was that the public restrooms were closed and locked. Not sure if it was because of the season or if they were permanently closed, but it was an inconvenience. We instead went to a nearby restaurant to use their facilities while we had lunch.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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smcdonald49350 wrote a review Dec 2019
Saint Louis, Missouri18 contributions8 helpful votes
Huge park. Has cool sculptures, places to eat, a giant fountain. I was here for Pokémon Go Fest and had a great time.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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