Proudly referred to as Chicago's "front yard," Grant Park is a public park, 319 acres located in Chicago’s central business district in the Loop Community area. Grant Park’s most notable features include Millennium Park, Buckingham Fountain, the Art Institute of Chic...
City scene from the park looking north.
The Michigan Avenue Wall as seen from "The Bean."
Nothing but snow and an breath-taking view here in the winter.
Garden's and picnic spots. ;)
La renta de bicis es lo máximo
All cool races start here
Lo mas tipico de Chicago...el centro de reunion,paseo y deporte
Round 2! #chicagomarathon
The chicago skyline is an amazing backdrop during lollapalooza
Offers so much: baseball/softball fields, tennis courts, beach volleyball, and jogging/biking trails
Go straight to the Bean and take a selfie.
Location was beauty.
Checking out Chicago!
Grant Park has the Buckingham Palace in the center as its focal point and a park that is used for the famous Lollapalooza. Buckingham Fountain is beyond gorgeous, especially at night...
It's my 6th Chicago marathon 👍👍👍👍👍👍❗️❗️❗️❗️❗️
Ride your bike here! Dunno why the lights to cross the street take so long though.
U do see some wierd things, but overall, great place for photos!
Buckingham Fountain look familiar to you? It's featured in the opening title sequence on "Married With Children". Move here and work in a shoe store. Whoaaaah Bundy!!!
Right in the heart of the city. A must walk day or night. Lot's of greenery, great views of Lake Michigan and the city. Special events going on all the time. Buckingham Fountain sits within.
Lalapooluza is setting up
Hula hoop here it's a hoot
BLACKHAWKS BABY! THIS FRIDAY RALLY FOR THE CHAMPIONS
At the top of every hour, the fountain sprays really high. If you're not trying to get wet, walk around.
Buckingham Fountain is open for the 2013 season, daily from 8 a.m. - 11 p.m. http://www.chicagoparkdistrict.com/parks/clarence-f-buckingham-memorial-fountain/
This place hosts some of the city's biggest & best outdoor events <3 Notably, LOLLAPALOOZA!
If you can, head here during the week for a relaxing, peaceful visit without many other people around.
Watch out for tourists on Segways. I don't think they are watching out for you.
Visit Buckingham Fountain.
If your looking for the statue of Grant, it's in Lincoln Park. But Lincoln's statue is here.
I love Grant Park. Still amazed at the amount cool events that occur there.
It's amazing how many cool events can happen in one park
Renamed in 1901 after President Grant, this park has hosted presidential rallies, music rallies, and innumerable softball games. Visit at sunrise to see the city wake up.
We have many vendors nearby! Help them out :)
He has a junior college in carbondale illinois name after him
Millenium Park gets all the attention but Grant Park is great for relaxing. There are public restrooms & a little cafe at Buckingham Fountain plaza. Or bring a picnic lunch & blanket & just chill.
There's a wonderful Chicago project on Instagram called #instagram312. When you upload your Chicago photos to Instagram, tag them #instagram312 to be included in the collection.
Beautiful place to walk the dog, see the skyline, watch a sunrise.
Site of Obama's victory speech in '08.
It's an awesome thing being able to use your Eluma just about anywhere outside and not aggravate the non-smokers around you.
I like talking with the homeless people in the park. They have some amazing stories to share.
The lesser known brother to Millennium Park but just as amazing!