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On a mild December day we took a friend who was visiting Chicago for the first time to view the fountain. I'm guessing the water is turned off when temps get too cold so what you see is an open plaza between the two video...More
I'll never forget the first time I saw Crown Fountain, in 2007. A friend and I went on a very impromptu trip to Chicago- we had about $150 between us, and no place to stay- that's another story! We had no idea what Crown Fountain...More
The fountain was designed by Spanish artist Jaume Plensa and funded by the Crown Family.
Its super funny to be there in front of the fountain, wait to the immage to appear and then SURPRISEEEEEEEEEEEEE it will through water :D
I went on September, the...More
You would not think a fountain could be so fun. The clever faces, cool water to walk in and splash draw young and old alike to play. You can not resist joining in the fun. Great for kids to experience a fabulous piece of public...More
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