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Dedicated in 1844, this park covers 319 acres along Lake Michigan and is home to the Shedd Aquarium, the Adler Planetarium, the Field Museum and the Art Institute.
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337 E Randolph St, Chicago, IL 60601
Downtown / The Loop
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+1 312-742-3918
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Reviewed 1 week ago

You walk through the park. See the art. See the paths. See the trees. See the flowers. Nothing amazing. Simply a park in the middle of a city.

Thank Keena A
Reviewed 1 week ago

What a treat! Chicago has the most amazing "front yard," (as it is often referred to) and it is filled with something for everyone... lots of things, in fact. You should spend the day, enjoy the fountains, breathtaking views, remarkable access to historical and artistic...More

Thank jayberckley
Reviewed 1 week ago

I was not expecting to see the variety of gardens I saw this day! The amount of variety blew my mind as I walked around. I tend to garden mostly edible, and I was in heaven when I came across the lettuce garden! The variety...More

Thank ALnG_Photo
Reviewed 1 week ago

The giant legs in Grant Park were amazing and very tall. When I was there, a skateboarding group was doing tricks and there was a van riding behind the skateboarders. Don't know if it is normal to have carsin Grant Park but it stook out...More

Thank congerjan
Reviewed 1 week ago

You need to go the entire park and enjoy all we have to offer. This is a fun area in the “Other End” of the park. We have fantastic art work all over the area. Enjoy.

Thank X1965UTneilb
Reviewed 1 week ago

The park is close to millennium park and you may walk to visit this park from millennium park. Nothing much to see except for the bronze legs placed in walking state.

Thank Gagan_Gupta_1975
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This park has evolved into a wonderful park over the decades. Today there is definitely something for everyone. As a child, it was a green space for family picnics and music. Today picnics and so much more. Great job Chicago!

Thank IllinoisKate1
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Walked through this park on the way to lunch. It was a nice little strip in the middle of all the high rises. The sculpture area with the headless walking statues is really cool. My youngest thought it was a little spooky. If you are...More

Thank Thero_Kenman
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Once again, a part waterfront park system that borders Lake Michigan that is incredibly spectacular. Chicago residents must be proud.. The park is so green, open, clean, friendly and most of all... SAFE!.. A real treat for outside art enthusiasts.

Thank CowichanConnoisseur
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Grant Park is a nice place to visit when in the city, with lots of places to walk, close to the lake, with attractions like Buckingham Fountain and the Aroba sculpture for those who like public art. A large, clean open space near the busy...More

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Response from Ttoopel | Reviewed this property |
It doesn't cost anything to walk through the park.
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21 March 2017|
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Response from alexgilmanled | Reviewed this property |
Freeeee! It's a Park.
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Response from CyndyandByron | Reviewed this property |
No problem walking dogs on a leash. It was common to see them and their owners enjoying the walkways. You will notice certain areas of the park seem to attract more visitors, in fact, lots of them. Avoid those areas and use... More
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