Chicago's must-see attractions. It's south of Grand One Mile Avenue. There are famous metal beans and smiling faces pillars in the park. It is said that 100 local residents of Chicago have chosen smiling faces and played them in turn. I used to spit fountains because I went to the end of October. The weather was cold and the fountains had been parked. But looking at the changeable smiling faces, I still feel very interesting and friendly. Next to the park is the starting point of Highway 66, known as Mother's Road in America, and the Chicago Museum of Art.
Millennium Park is one of my favorite attractions. Looking at the name, it was originally planned to open in 2000, that is, the Millennium, but it was delayed until 2004. Millennium Park can serve as a model for public space design. The most famous and popular sculpture in the park is the unique sculpture "Cloud Gate".
In Millennium Park, fountains erupt from the ever-changing mouth of faces on glass towers. Millennium Park has become Chicago's second largest tourist attraction, after the Navy Wharf. It's a fine day. Take a walk to Millennium Park. There will never be a shortage of tourists near landmarks
Chicago Millennium Park, a large city park and post-modern architecture are another landmark attraction in Chicago. On one side of the park is Chicago's busy Michigan Avenue, and on the other side is Lake Michigan. The "Yindou" Yunmen, "Spray" Open-air Concert Hall and "Face" Crown Fountain are the three most representative post-modern buildings in Millennium Park. Cloud Gate is made of 168 stainless steel plates welded together, but the surface is very smooth, no seams can be seen. Smooth Cloud Gate reflects the sky, the city's high-rise buildings, forming a unique distorted picture, amazing.
Millennium Park, known in English as Millennium Park, is located on Chicago's busiest Michigan Avenue, close to the Chicago Academy of Art, Grant Park, Buckingham Fountain. To the East is the Jay Pritzker Open-air Concert Hall. Millennium Park is crowded with attractions, and its novelty "Cloud Gate" (commonly known as "Chicago Beans") and "Crown Fountain" attract tourists from all over the world. Many tall buildings form the background of the park. At night, concerts are often held at Jay Pritzker Open-air Concert Hall. There is skating here in winter. Transportation is also convenient. Every subway station is near here. If you come from Chinatown, you can take the Red Line to Monroe Station to get off and walk two blocks eastward. If you come from Chicago O'Hare International Airport, you can take the Blue Line and walk three blocks eastward from Washington to Millennium Park.