Roscoe Village Inn's Guide to Millennium Park

Millennium Park an amazing showcase of art & music, architecture and landscape design that maintains the constant interest of locals and enchants visitors from all over the world. The Park was opened in 2004 and has quickly become of the world's most celebrated attractions. 
Cloud Gate in Millennium Park in Chicago
Designed by British artist Sir Anish Kapoor—inspired by liquid mercury. The sculpture is the centerpiece of  Millennium Park. The city's skyline is captured on it's smooth finish. One of the most photographed sculptures in the world!
Lurie Gardens in Millennium Park in Chicago
Highlights of the garden include the dramatically lit, 15-foot-high “shoulder” hedge. This physical representation of Carl Sandburg’s famous description of the “City of Big Shoulders” encloses the garden on two sides and protects the delicate perennial garden. A graceful hardwood footbridge over shallow water divides the garden diagonally between “light” and “dark” plates.
Boeing Gallery in Millennium Park in Chicago
An open-air gallery spaces that changes regularly.  Visual  modern and contemporary art and sculptures are exhibited here
Crown Fountain in Millennium Park in Chicago
An interactive work of public art and video sculpture. The video images are of local residents. The fountain is a public play area and offers people an escape from summer heat, allowing children to frolic in the fountain's water, so bring a towel and dry clothing!
Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park in Chicago
A music bandshell in Millennium Park designed by architect Frank Gehry.  The performance venue was designed with a large fixed seating area, a Great Lawn, a trellis network to support the sound system and a signature Gehry stainless steel headdress. It features a sound system with an acoustic design that replicates an indoor concert hall sound experience.  
Home to the Grant Park Orchestra & Chorus
FREE Concerts are held here June-September on Wednesdays, Fridays starting at 6:30 pm and Saturdays at 7:30pm, so bring a blanket and a bottle of wine and enjoy music under the stars!
2019 Schedule to Be Announced.