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The South Garden at Art Institute of Chicago
111 S Michigan Ave (at E Adams St)
"There are a lot of pebbles, so make sure to shake your shoes out. Great place to relax and read a book in the shade!"
Lichtenstein Exhibit At The Art Institute
"Use the Monroe street entrance! The line is always shorter than the front door. At least until this tip becomes common knowledge!"
111 S Michigan Ave (at The Art Institute of Chicago)
"The AI now has a sandwich vendor with extra tables and chairs here."
Millennium Park (btwn Columbus Dr & Michigan Ave)
"The contrast between the organic form of 'the bean' and the structured grid lines, along with the warped fun house mirror quality of the city, makes this a truly unique destination."
Bronze Cow @ Chicago Culture Center
77 E Washington St (Michigan Ave)
Andersonville Swedish Dala Horse
Clark St. & Farragut Ave.
"This hand-carved and painted blue Dala horse on Clark Street near Farragut Ave is a national symbol of Sweden and a neighborhood landmark."
201 E Randolph St (btwn Columbus Dr & Michigan Ave)
"Great walking paths, and scenic views. Also you can enter the art museum from here through the modern wing entrance, which always has a considerably shorter wait. Must see tourist spot."
The Art Institute of Chicago
111 S Michigan Ave (btwn Monroe St & Jackson Dr)
"Unbelievably huge impressionist collection! Countless art pieces of every kind. Great corners to appreciate various types of art, plus a cool, modern and relaxing café. Endless possibilities here.💗"
Michigan Ave (btwn S Michigan Ave and Boeing Gallery S)
"A fun fountain park, but mostly if you have children. Otherwise, the people-watching is great."
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