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Though the fountains get closed in Chicago as soon as the winters creep in, on my earlier visit to the city during summer, I have had a chance to completely drench myself under the Crown fountain and play around with my feet in the water,...More
It was fun seeing all the different images that would flash up on the fountain. You will feel young again splashing in the water and laughing at the images. It is located in the Millennium Park. We had a such a good time here.
Crown Fountain in Chicago's Millennium Park isn't really a fountain at all, not like nearby Buckingham Fountain. But it is one of the most popular attractions in Millennium Park, attracting thousands of spectators daily, especially when the weather is warm. Located at 201 East Randolph,...More
In the summer kids can play in the water. Faces are of real chicagoans. The whole park is beautiful and definitely worth a visit. There is ice skating park in winter, and regular skating/roller blading in the summe.
It's hard not to stare at these 50 foot tall faces as they move, smile and wink at you. We saw them in November so the mouths were not squirting, but it was still a cool (yet a little weird) experience.
Crown Fountain is not a swimming pool. It never gets deeper than your ankle. Nobody changes into bathing suits. They wade and kick and splash and little ones think it's heaven. Kick off your shoes and join the fun