Chicago's Grant Park is home to many key features that make Chicago stand out. The 319 acres that make up the park encompass Millennium Park, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Museum Campus, and Buckingham Fountain.
Since its founding in 1844, it's not only gone through a name change to honor President Ulysses S. Grant in 1901 but it's seen quite a lot of growth. Through land reclamation, the park has seen continued expansion of its open space for the city's guests and residents. Situated by Randolph Street & Michigan Avenue, this park is the perfect spot to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and has served as such for over a hundred years!
Grant Park is not only the ideal location to catch some views of Lake Michigan and enjoy some greenery but also the ideal venue for various performances. In addition, it hosts several significant annual events like Lollapalooza and many public gatherings.
So whether you're coming to Grant Park for some of the performances at Lollapalooza, taking a much-needed breath in the beautiful park, or even just coming for the people watching, don't worry about parking; ParqEx has you covered.
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