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Came to Chicago for a weekend getaway. While here we had to come check out cloud gate, aka the Bean, because it is so well known. It was a beautiful sculpture that many people were enjoying. It is nice to share Art for all to...More
One of our favorite ‘tourist’ things to do in Chicago is to visit Millennium Park, the highlight of which is always Cloudgate. Last night there was a Quincearana celebration along with hundreds of tourists trying to capture the perfect photo capturing not only themselves but...More
The Bean, aka Cloud Gate, aka Liquid Mercury, it’s been touched by millions every year! Best location- next to Art Museum, Prizker Concert Pavilion, Laurie Gardens, Michigan Avenue, Chicago Architecture Foundation, Fountains, concerts, and yoga in summer, ice skating and special events in winter. Very...More
Seeing the Bean anytime is a great experience but seeing it at Christmas time is the best. There is skating below, the tree within feet of you, and the beautiful skyline.
Every one deserves to take in this view many times throughout the entire year,...More
This unique sculpture attracts too many people and even in bad weather, there is always big crowd, tying to take selfies in front of cloud gate. This place is also very good to enjoy views of Chicago skyline and people watching.
Located at Northern end of Millenium Park, cloud gate or “the bean” is a very unique sculpture, Huge, bean shaped mirror that reflects the city in the sculpture. You can walk under it, take photos of your reflection, ice skate nearbye and listen to carolers...More
There is a large parking garage under Millennium Park that would be most convenient. If you park at the north end, closer to Randolph, you'll come out of the garage closer to the Bean. I always use Spot Hero for prepaid... More
There is a large parking garage under Millennium Park that would be most convenient. If you park at the north end, closer to Randolph, you'll come out of the garage closer to the Bean. I always use Spot Hero for prepaid parking. Put in your destination, and they'll show you a map with all available parking nearby. It's excellent and will save you a lot of cash.