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The "bean" as it is known by locals is an awesome sculpture that reflects the Chicago skyline. Make sure that you go underneath the sculpture and take a photo looking up...reminds me of something out of the Matrix after Neo takes the red pill.
The Millennium Park it is an amazing place to visit, and there is located the famous Cloud Gate, or "Chicago Bean" as most commonly known. The Cloud Gate, made by the artist Anish Kapoor, is a huge piece of art made all in stainless steel...More
Built by a British Indian born artist this metallic clad sculpture is clever, and is apparently so called because it bridges the space between the sky and the viewer. it reflects the sky. To be found on Millennium Park I guess its interesting conceptually but...More
The Cloud Gate is exactly what it looks like on photos, it’s a reflective bean. That said it’s worth visiting and is a great way to spend a couple of minutes although don’t expect a photo by yourself. This is a must visit for those...More
Often visitors' first stop in Chicago, The Loop is a good starting point to sample the city's energy and flavor. This central business district boasts Michelin-rated restaurants, upscale hotels, premier shopping, and enough arresting architecture to keep your camera busy for hours. You won’t find too many photo galleries of downtown Chicago without a shot of Millennium Park and Cloud Gate (“The Bean”), one of
the most iconic landmarks in the city. A stunning skyline coupled with cultural attractions like the Art Institute of Chicago present a Downtown where work and play peacefully coexist.
There is a large parking garage under Millennium Park that would be most convenient. If you park at the north end, closer to Randolph, you'll come out of the garage closer to the Bean. I always use Spot Hero for prepaid... More
There is a large parking garage under Millennium Park that would be most convenient. If you park at the north end, closer to Randolph, you'll come out of the garage closer to the Bean. I always use Spot Hero for prepaid parking. Put in your destination, and they'll show you a map with all available parking nearby. It's excellent and will save you a lot of cash.