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Best Parks You Need to Visit in Chicago

Megha Dahake Nov 11, 2020
Things one should not miss in the Millennium Park are gurgling around in Crown Fountain, clicking a selfie with the Bean, visit Lurie Garden and Maggie Daley Park to name a few.
Millennium Park
Stuff to watch in Maggie Daley Park are Cancer Survivors’ Garden, Climbing Wall Fieldhouse, Mini Golf, Play Garden, Picnic Groves, Roller Blades & Scooters, Ice Skating Ribbon and Tennis Courts.
Maggie Daley Park
Lincoln Park Conservatory is occupied with tropical palms and antique ferns set in the center of the Park. Whenever one lands here irrespective of the season it is always found lush and green.
Lincoln Park Conservatory
Oak Street Beach is situated on the coast of Lake Michigan. This prevalent summer site proffers visitors facilities like chair hires, eateries and brew choices at the Oak Street Beach Café.
Oak Street Beach
Grant Park's most prominent landscapes comprise Millennium Park, Maggie Daley Park, Buckingham Fountain and the Art Institute of Chicago. It also hordes Chicago’s yearly Lollapalooza music fiesta.
Grant Park
Ping Tom Memorial Park is a 17.24-acre town park in Chicago's Chinatown vicinity, Chicago. It is located beside the Chicago River and brags lovely sights of the Willis Tower.
Ping Tom Memorial Park
Situated on the west side of Wrigley Field, Gallagher Way comprises an uncluttered area bounded by eateries, attractive Hotel Zachary and Chicago culture. A big TV display in the park shows Cubs games live.
Gallagher Way Park
Garfield Park Conservatory is one of the biggest botanical greenhouses in the US.
Garfield Park Conservatory
Charms nearby Garfield Park Conservatory include, Garfield Park Fieldhouse, Escape Artistry - The Railcar, Pizza City USA, Goose Island Beer Co. to name a few.
Lincoln Park is a public region on the North Side of Chicago, Illinois. With Trimmed greens, a concealed lily pool, a momentous inside plant plot, and loads of seafront green area, it is indeed one unique Park.
Lincoln Park
Earlier known as Lake Park it was rechristened Jackson Park in reverence to Andrew Jackson the 7th president of the United States.
Jackson Park
Jackson Park skins the Museum of Science and Industry, one of Chicago’s most appealing museums.