Millennium Park: A Must Visit Attraction In Chicago, Illinois
Heading to Chicago? Add Millennium Park to your to-do list!
When I was last in Chicago (May 2013), I didn’t post a lot of things from my visit so I wanted to share some photos of Millennium Park. I went to Chicago as a side trip when I was in Indiana for a root canal and to visit my relatives. I used to go to Chicago regularly for a while to visit friends, but I hadn’t been to Chicago in almost four years. I have this serious issue about never just going to one place. I guess it’s my nomadic nature. I thought to myself, “Well…Indianapolis IS only 2 hours away from Chicago. I might as well!”
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Chicago is such an underrated city. If you’ve been I am sure you already love it and if you haven’t been, I’ll say I think it’s my favorite American city these days. Minus the winter weather, Chicago is perfect, especially for visitors from other countries! It’s easy to get around with public transport. The food scene in Chicago is incredible…warning you may gain 10 pounds on a week visit. If you’re into sports, it’s a sports mecca with the Bears, the Bulls, the Cubbies and the Sox. The architecture is amazing!! There’s a lot of cultural activities like musicals and ballet. The music scene is awesome. And last but not least, Chicagoans are so nice. People typically visit New York, San Francisco, and LA when coming to the US and skip Chicago. I think a lot of people would be pleasantly surprised with this gem of a city.
Here are some photos from my afternoon with Danny at Millennium Park. It’s a public park space along the Lake Michigan shoreline in the Loop area of downtown Chicago. It is a tourist attraction but it’s awesome and a can’t miss part of the city.
Some photos from exploring Chicago’s Millennium Park:
Reflections of the city