The City of Chicago is currently in Phase Four: "Gradually Resume." Many City services have adjusted hours or locations and may require health screens prior to entering their physical spaces. Please call ahead or visit any department's website to get additional details, or visit chicago.gov/covid-19.
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.
At this time, the Jay Pritzker Pavilion, the Welcome Center remain closed.
Guests are urged to enjoy the park safely, and signage will be posted to remind everyone of important safety measures.
Guests are asked to enter/exit at Michigan Ave. and Madison St., at Michigan Ave. and Washington St. or via the BP Bridge between Millennium Park and Maggie Daley Park. All three entrance/exits have accessible ramps.
If capacity is reached within the Park, entrances will temporarily close. Guests will be asked to wait in physically-distanced lines for entry into the park.
The entrances will be staffed to monitor capacity and reinforce physical distancing and mask wearing. Additionally, physical distancing ambassadors, wearing lime green shirts, will help provide information and remind patrons of the need to stay 6 feet (about 2 meters) apart.
The restrooms at the western side of the Jay Pritzker Pavilion are open with limited capacity.
The Park Grill Café outdoor plaza is open. Please enter from Michigan Ave.
For information on Millennium Park permit requirements, including for large gatherings of 50 persons or more, contact email@example.com.
If you see something suspicious, say something to on-site security personnel or call 9-1-1. Be familiar with the surrounding area and heed staff and security warnings.
The Crown Fountain is a “live” piece of art, and in its establishment has an agreement with the City, park founders and artist Jaume Plensa that it not display any images beyond the faces that were curated by the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
The image of Cloud Gate is copyrighted and trademarked to artist Anish Kapoor. Any commercial use of these images is strictly prohibited unless approved by the artist. Projections of images on Cloud Gate are also precluded by this copyright. For more information, email DCASE@cityofchicago.org.