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#1 of 76 Nature & Parks in Chicago
This park is gorgeous, with beautifully landscaped discrete areas and amazing art installations including the iconic Cloud Gate by Anish Kapoor, and the intricate and fabulous Frank Gehry designed Pritzker Music P...
Awesome skyline, loved the cloud and the beautiful sculpture in the park ,will be back every year to see ehat other improvements the city of chicago makes to this wonderful landmark, it us truly a site to behold a...
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#2 of 76 Nature & Parks in Chicago
The trails and benches are just right for walkers; the colorful jungle gyms intriguing for kids; the rock climbing and skate ribbon inviting to youth; the flowers and grassy knolls embracing to nature lovers; and...
It blends year-round activities like ice skating, tennis, rock climbing, miniature golf, as well as novel in-park activities with wonderful city vistas.
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#3 of 76 Nature & Parks in Chicago
You could definitely combine this activity with Millennium Park on one side or the Magnificent Mile on the other.
If you like the nature inner the city, this is the best place to take a great photos!
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#4 of 76 Nature & Parks in Chicago
The neighborhood has always been safe, easy to take the Lake Streen El line from The Loop, (downtown), to Garfield Park, (Central Park stop) well worth the visit to anyone visiting Chicago!
I usually combine sightseeing of this Conservatory with a trip to Oak Park (further west on the Green Line) to see the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio, the Ernest Hemingway House and Museum, the Unity Temple (c...
#5 of 76 Nature & Parks in Chicago
The Lakefront offers a unique days worth of walking, jogging, bicycling with spectacular views of Chicago's skyscrapers, parks, lagoons, zoo, and the third largest body of fresh water in the world!
Located east of Lakeshore Drive, the Chicago Lakefront Trail is an 18.5-mile linear park along Lake Michigan that includes beaches, volleyball courts, playgrounds, baseball diamonds, tennis courts and soccer fields.
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#6 of 76 Nature & Parks in Chicago
Definitely recommend stopping here if you're nearby, combining it with a trip to the Nature Museum, Zoo, and History Museum made a perfect day trip to Lincoln Park for me.
Anytime you are in the Lincoln Park area drop into the Conservatory and let your mind and body relax and take in this diverse collection of palms, ferns, orchids and special collections for each season.
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#7 of 76 Nature & Parks in Chicago
... to have great bike paths, a farmer's market, sports areas, a harbor, a free architecturally beautiful zoo, a harbor, a free conservatory, the Alfred Caldwell Lily Pond, natural prairie land, and a nature museum!
... Conservatory, an outdoor theatre, a rowing canal, the Chicago History Museum, the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, the Alfred Caldwell Lily Pool, the North Pond Nature Sanctuary, North Avenue Beach, playing fiel...
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#8 of 76 Nature & Parks in Chicago
What a gem of a place in the heart of the city!! Easy to get to, lots of great exhibits, well manicured park and best of all it was free!!!!
It's also located a short walk from the lakefront via Fullerton Ave, the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum (not free but still worth it), the North and South pond nature walks, the Lincoln Park Farm (free), the Lincol...
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Lake Michigan Illinois 1.9 km away
#15 of 495 Nature & Parks in Illinois
Everyone embracing and accepting each other with commonality of recreation in an epic setting with smiles and embracing nature within one of America’s great cities! Enjoy Lake Michigan while in Chicago.
As well, the views of the Skyline are impressive from the Lake front, especially by Buckingham Fountain and Grant Park
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#9 of 76 Nature & Parks in Chicago
Nestled right to Lake Michigan, the views as spectacular!!!! Take a walk down Lakeshore Drive through Grant Park and witness the beautiful, lush gardens, walking paths, and take photos at the spectacular Buckingha...
It contains squares, gardens, statues, wide walkways, festivals, plenty of restrooms and benches, Buckingham Fountain, Millennium Park, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Museum Campus, Daley Park, the Petrillo Mus...
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