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Jackson Park

6401 South Stony Island Avenue, Chicago, IL 60615
+1 312-747-6187
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USD 48.00*
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Chicago Grand Half-Day Tour
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USD 29.00*
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Chicago South Side Tour with Optional River Cruise
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6401 South Stony Island Avenue, Chicago, IL 60615
+1 312-747-6187
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Reviewed 25 September 2017

I had never been to Jackson Park and was interesting in seeing the Wooded Island and the Animal Bridge. To get to the north bridge to the Wooded Island you need to walk in from the West side. Park along Stony Island or the Midway...More

Thank jmccar45
Reviewed 6 August 2017

Jackson Park, right next to the Museum of Science and Industry, was just about empty, and had the lovely Phoenix Garden, which was a classic Japanese garden. I don't know much about this park because it was empty and had virtually no signage, but the...More

Thank MrSaturn64
Reviewed 17 July 2016 via mobile

This park has so much potential as the site of the White City at the World Exposition. It could probably be one of the most beautiful places in Chicago - if the city would let us enjoy it. The Wooded Island with the Osaka Garden...More

1  Thank Christopher H
Reviewed 17 August 2015

This site of the great workd' fair, Columbean Exposituin of 1893 is pretty, but with too few remnants and reminders of its greatest even. It has so much potential to revel in Chicago's great past.

Thank Richard C
Reviewed 12 July 2015

While visiting the Hyde Park area my group had planned to see the Osaka Garden section of Hyde Park. I had research it a few months prior and was even on the official park website. Nowhere did I recall reading that the Osaka Garden section...More

Thank BigPinkBang
Reviewed 6 May 2015

A massive park that once was the site of the famous White City of the World Exposition. One can literally get lost here. It is wild or groomed depending on your desire. A true gem in the Hyde Park area. You must also check out...More

Thank Andy W
Reviewed 31 December 2014

Visitors quickly learn that the Museum of Science and Industry, located at South Lake Shore Drive at 55th Street on the northern edge of Jackson Park, is housed in what was the Palace of Fine Arts during the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition, one of the...More

4  Thank Taylor B
Reviewed 12 October 2014

We were short on time and dusk was approaching so was only able to see the Statue which was the main reason for the visit anyway. I do hate that we did not have time to take in the whole park. Not the best of...More

Thank isajck
Reviewed 14 December 2013

This garden is great, but the fact that it is quite dodgy at night and even evening make it a tad less desirable. The japanese garden is an oasis in the city, really peaceful and quiet. Recommend coming here if you went to the science...More

2  Thank HelenaGuerra
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