After a thrilling experience watching Chicago from every possible angle (and trying to get the full value of the entry fees), I finally headed out. It was drizzling as I walked to my next stop: Millenium Park. As soon as I reached the park, the sun finally decided to end the battle with the clouds, and came out shining victorious. I quickly looked at the map of the Park. It had 4 key attractions: the Jay Pritzker Pavilion, Cloud Gate, the Crown Fountain, and the Lurie Garden.
Boasting more than 4 million visitors a year from all over the world, the Millennium Park in Chicago is one of the must visit tourist attraction favored by both international and local tourists. It has some of the best gardens and play areas in the city which includes BP Footbridge, Cloud Gate, Lurie Garden and the Crown Fountain. Its ideal atmosphere and children loving environment makes it a must visit place in Chicago. The park also features The Grant Park Music Festival every year which is a musical concert series held for around a week and is known all around the United States.