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    LOLLAPALOOOZAAAAGrant Park is pretty cool. The place is absolutely enormous at 115 acres, and there were 90,000 people here for Lollapalooza each day.Although the attendees absolutely trashed the place, which is probably going to cost at least $250,000 to repair, it’s still a nice place. The fountain in the middle of the park is enormous and a nice place to take pictures at.I just wish there were more trees since it does get quite hot during summer.

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    Grant Park is a beautiful urban oasis in Chicago. I have attended several events here and it truly lends itself some of the best views of the city. However, during peak summer months there are so many events it’s hard to enjoy a quiet spot to relax but if you are visiting this is a great park to visit.

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    A Chicago landmark, concerts, festivals, amazing place to have in the middle of the city. Right along the lakeshore. Chicago is still one of my, if not my favorite city, if it just wasn’t so damn cold in winter. The city takes good care of the land here. It is safe, I never feel unsafe. You can go spend a day here in summer or walk at night. The Art museum, Orchestra, Museum Campus, etc.. all right here. Great Place to visit whether a local or a tourist.

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    Grant Park is the historic park area in central Chicago, between Millennium Park (north) and Museum Park (south). Let have a walk on the lake shore or have a look at Buckingham Fountain. But today, I find the Millennium Park is more attractive.

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    A beautiful park with so many different offerings. A bean, a concert pavillion and now Maggie Daly park. A don’t miss whether visiting or just a local looking for an escape.