Grant Park

Often referred to as “Chicago’s front yard,” Grant Park is over 300-acres of carefully landscaped green space separating the city’s downtown area from Lake Michigan. The Park was an important part of Daniel Burnham’s vision of a free and open lakefront that “by right belongs to the people.” As an area mostly clear of commercial space, the park hosts some of the city’s most popular attractions including: Buckingham Fountain, Millennium Park and the Art Institute of Chicago.
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Chicago Social

via twitter & facebook

RT : Glow on, pinks turn blue/folks wander home through the park/Chicago, goodnight.
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I'm @zachlipson and I'm #TakingOverChooseChicago's Instagram for the week. I love capturing Chicago at night. There's such great vantage points to catch the city lights, like this one high above Michigan avenue looking towards Millennium Park. #Mychicagopix
10 hours ago
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