For cyclists, information on Chicago's bike sharing program Divvy, local bike lanes and bicycle rack parking is available at chicagocompletestreets.org.
On-site bike parking is available in the McDonald's Cycle Center, a state-of-the-art indoor facility located in the northeast corner of Millennium Park. For information, visit chicagobikestation.com or call 888-BIKE-WAY (888.245.3929).
Bike racks are also located on the concrete pad on the east side of the Pritzker Pavilion, as well as along Michigan Avenue and upper Randolph Street.
Chicago's official visitor information center is open year-round at 111 N. State Street, within the historic Macy's on State Street shopping center. Located in the city's downtown Loop, the visitor center has a dedicated team of local experts ready to welcome you and help make the most of your time in Chicago. Stop by for free brochures, maps and complimentary concierge services.
The Chicago Official Visitors Guide is the must-have publication for any trip to the city, packed with colorful spreads and expert travel articles. View the guide online or request your free copy at choosechicago.com/guides.
For daily alerts on what's happening in the city, follow Choose Chicago on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (where you can tweet @choosechicago your travel questions and get itinerary suggestions, restaurant recommendations, insider tips & exclusive givewaways).
Every aspect of Millennium Park has been designed to be fully accessible to all patrons. Visit the Accessibility FAQs page at chicagojazzfestival.us for detailed information.