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1. Millennium Park: located in Grant Park, Millineam Park is a park along Michigan Avenue constructed in 2004 including an amphitheater...  
2. Washington Squre Park: A major tourist attraction in Chicago that is located on Clark Street. It is sometimes called Bughouse Square. Th...  
3. US Cellular Park: Formerly known for a long time as Comiskey Park or White Sox stadium, this venue which opened in 1992 plays host to...  
4. Grant Park: One of Chicago's most well known parks whose most notable features are Buckingham Fountain and the Art Institute of...  
5. Museum Campus Chicago: 57 acre lake front park surrounding the Field Museum, Adler Planetarium, and the Shedd Aquarium.  
6. Jackson Park: A park on the South side of the city in the Woodlawn neighborhood, Jackson Park is considered to be one of the 150 ...  
7. Cell, The: "The Cell" refers to U.S. Cellular Field, formerly Comiskey Park, the home of Chicago's south-side baseball team th...  
8. Jay Pritzker Pavilion: Located in Millennium Park, the Jay Pritzker Pavilion is a band shell and open air amphitheater. It's the new home ...  
9. Lurie Garden: The Lurie Garden is a 2.5-acre garden in Millennium Park that features a canal bordered by a boardwalk where visito...  
 
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