Grant Park at the top of Millennium Park is an exciting experience. There is a lot of outdoor art to see and experience.
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One of the largest sculptural exhibits that I've run across. It's very impressive up close walking through it and a great opportunity for some creative photography.
The park is large with several nice art works throughout. There is also a skateboard park. I think there's actually two, as we could see one from our hotel room, but when we walked through the park we walked by a different one. We never...More
Nice park (to include Butler Field) while passing through on the way to Buckingham Fountain. Cool pace to hang out and enjoy Chicago especially int he summer.
We passed this on the hop-on hop-off tour and went back to have a closer look. The tour guide gave some of the history and meaning of the sculpture which made our visit more interesting. I would definitely read up on the artist and how...More
We found this park walking between the L station and the Museum Campus. A nice place to sit and watch the skateboarders or get some nice photos of the skyline and the strange sculptures.
The "Agora" sculptures are so fascinating, tall headless structures pointing in different directions so that no two are facing the same way. There is a skate park nearby you can watch or participate in using the ramps and such. Also this modern buddha looking art...More
beautiful relaxing space for a picnic, lots of events held here. Taste of Chicago, huge rallies, just a wonderful open and public space.
This time we walked to the south end of the park to see the sculpture Agora designed by Polish artist Magdalena Abakanowicz. A stunning installation. Agora is an installation of 106 headless and armless iron sculptures. Very moving.