Delight in this 25-acre park in the heart of Chicago, which you can access from Fairfield Inn & Suites via ultra-convenient mass transit. Discover a wealth of things to see and do. Stroll through Lurie Garden, stop and admire the renowned Chicago "bean" sculpture, rent a bike, roller blade, enjoy live music and even take a guided tour. Don't forget to pay attention to the incredible architecture throughout the park. And make sure to make time for a picnic.
201 E Randolph St, Chicago, IL 60602
Admission to the park is free.
Daily: 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Grant Park Music Festival, Summer Concerts, Wrigley Fridays
Art Exhibitions, Picnicking, Gardens, Bike Riding, Roller Blading, Tours
What dining options are available in the Park?
Fine dining can be found at Park Grill in McCormick Tribune Plaza. This 300-seat eatery features a varied menu that has something for everyone, even people with the pickiest palates. When the weather warms up, you can sit outside on the delightful patio where a fabulous view of the Chicago Skyline is included. There are also concession stands where refreshments are sold during evening concerts.
What kind of tours can I take?
You’ll be able to sign up for a guided tour with Millennium Park Greeters. Learn all about the Park’s history, architecture, and art courtesy of a free 45-minute tour led by a, well, greeter. For nature lovers, there are Lurie Garden Guided Walks. These 20-minute excursions, which are also free, are available Thursdays, Fridays, and Sundays beginning in May.