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COVID-19 Update

(updated June 26, 2020)

Based on Chicago's key health metrics, the city is currently in Phase 4 (Gradually Resume) – allowing additional businesses and public amenities to open with limited capacities and appropriate safeguards. Although progress has been made in order to move to phase four, all residents should continue to abide by important guidance including: physically distancing and wearing a face covering; limiting non-business, social gatherings to 50 persons for indoor events and 100 for outdoors; staying at home if you are considered vulnerable, feel ill or have come into contact with someone with COVID-19; and getting tested if you have symptoms. Please refer to the Chicago Department of Public Heath’s website, chicago.gov/coronavirus, for the latest local updates on the response to COVID-19.

Millennium Park cautiously reopens on Monday, June 15. The park is open daily, 8am to 9pm, for groups of 10 persons or fewer who practice physical distancing and wear face coverings. Visit Plan Your Visit for more information about where to enter/exit the park and which facilities are open.

While in-person programming is limited this summer, the reimagined "Millennium Park at Home" series is showcasing the Parks' world-renowned music, arts and recreation programming for Chicagoans and visitors to enjoy.

 Millennium Park slideshow

 

 

 Discover an Urban Icon of Beauty and Culture

Plan Your Visit

Plan Your Visit

Information about current safeguards and practices as well as where to enter/exit the park and which facilities are open.

 

Festival Merchandise

Festival Merchandise

Limited-edition, official artist-designed t-shirts and merchandise.

 

Events Calendar (Cloud Gate pictured)

Events Calendar

Millennium Park offers a variety of free events and exhibits that are sure to please the entire family.

 

Exhibitions (Christine Tarkowski, Photo by Georgia Hampton)

Exhibitions

Current exhibitions will be on display through April 2022.

 

Recreation

Recreation

With Summer Workouts and a Winter Ice Rink.

 

Lurie Garden

Lurie Garden

Discover the brilliance of the 3.5-acre urban sanctuary.

 

Millennium Park from above - Art & Architecture

Park Art & Architecture

Visit Millennium Park has an unprecedented combination of stunning architecture, sculpture and landscape design.

 

Park History (Wrigley Square)

Park History

Discover Millennium Park’s roots beginning with a transformation from an industrial wasteland to a world-renown public urban park.

 

ArtsSpace Program

ArtsSpace Program

An in-kind grant opportunity providing free space in Millennium Park to Chicago-based, non-profit organizations and cultural producers for free public programming.

 

Private Events & Weddings

Private Events & Weddings

Learn about Millennium Park’s unique spaces available for corporate, social and other special events.

 

Corporate Partnerships

Corporate Partnerships

Our events provide turn-key marketing platforms that can meet any marketing goal.

 

Media Room

Media Room

Press images and information on how to obtain media credentials.

 

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Millennium Park
   

Admission is FREE
Open Daily 8am–9pm
Welcome Center is Closed
Plan Your Visit Here


Find us:

Millennium Park
201 E. Randolph St.
Chicago, IL 60601


Millennium Park Campus Map
Download the Millennium Park Campus Map

Take CTA to Millennium Park

  • From the elevated lines: exit at Washington/Wabash and walk east.
  • From the subway: exit at Lake (Red Line) or Washington (Blue Line) and walk east.
  • Served by buses 3, 4, 6, J14, 20, 56, 60, 124, 146, 147, 151, 157

If parking, Millennium Garages are located at Millennium Park Garage and Millennium Lakeside Garage at 5 S. Columbus Drive, Grant Park North Garage at 25 N. Michigan Ave. and Grant Park South Garage at 325 S. Michigan Ave. Pre-purchase parking online and save up to 50% off drive-up rates.


Contact us:

312.742.1168
dcase@cityofchicago.org
chicago.gov/dcase

 

The City of Chicago uses passive electronic sensors to count visitors in Millennium Park. All data collected by these sensors is anonymized at a hardware level and will never be used for any purpose other than visitor counting. You may opt out of this program of by disabling wireless network scanning on your devices.

 

 

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