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Millennium Park

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201 E Randolph St, Chicago, IL 60601

(312) 742-1168

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General Info
First and foremost, Michael Moran is a bodyworker thoroughly trained and experienced in the myofascial and tui na paradigms. Michael is also a licensed acupuncturist and uses needles, cupping, gua sha, moxibustion and electro-acupuncture adjunctively. He is a certified practitioner of the esteemed American Bodywork Therapies of Asia. Every treatment is unique to the patient and their presentation that day.
Hours

Regular Hours

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all major credit cards
Neighborhoods
Central Chicago, Grant Park, The Loop
AKA

Millennium Park Healing Arts

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McCormick-Tribune Ice Skating Rink

Categories
Parks, Recreation Centers

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clarag

03/19/2009

Overall
Great Views

If you're here during the winter skating is the best part of Millennium Park. It's free if you have your own skates or rentals are somewhere around $10 with no time limit. It's also a great place in the summer, there is Heaven's Gate (or the AT&T Bean), paths through the garden, fountain (with electronic images) you can walk through. The park vendors are very expensive so it's best to stop by Walgreen's across the street and get some snacks if you're planning on laying out in the grassy section of the Orchestra seatting.

GoldenAsh

12/17/2008

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Center of Attention

If you are from Chicago, you have visited Millennium Park several times. If you are not a native of this city, this definitely a place you need to go to when you are local. It has so many outlets...sitting areas, the picturesque fountains, the giant mirrored egg, the ice skating rink nearby...my favorite outlet is the outside concert venue. It is so gorgeous and hard to describe. This is the place where a lot of the music fests take place (Gospel fest, Jazz fest, Blues fest), along with other special occasions. A sight to see!

dhaneg2

11/27/2006

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Take it from a Chicagoan!

Completed in 2004, Millennium Park, has consistently drawn visitors and Chicagoans since its? opening to experience the outdoor art works, the Jay Pritzker concert pavilion, the BP bridge, a year-round terraced garden, the Harris theatre, an indoor bicycle park, a three-block long walkway, classic restaurant dining and ongoing park events. At 24.5 acres, there is much to see and do throughout the year, including the winter transformation of the McCormick Tribune Plaza into an outdoor ice rink. The art works include the interactive Crown Fountain by Jaume Plensa, largely popular with children during the summer months, Anish Kapoor?s Cloud Gate sculpture, drawing visitors of all ages for photo ops and other traveling works featured at the Boeing galleries.
The popularity of these works has depended on their success as interactive works for all ages to enjoy, watch, participate and engage with. The works are not self-centered; Cloud Gate is reflective of the city, mirroring city goers, skyscrapers and the Chicago skyline and Crown Fountain exposes the diversity of Chicagoans and playfully interacts with humor and wit. For the serious viewer, one may experience the subtle expressions on the enormous, yet detailed faces of everyday citizens during their intimate individual sequences. Cloud Gate functions architecturally, allowing viewers to walk underneath and around it. With Mayor Daley?s major improvements on Chicago over the past decade, there is no comparison to be made to the majority of the New York waterfront, which has over the years, become grittier and less, enjoyable. Millennium Park is refreshing for those who have dealt with New York congestion and pollution; the park is clean, well-groomed and family friendly.

rdipietro

01/25/2005

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Chicago Should Be Proud

It's hard to believe that several years ago, Chicago's award-winning Millennium Park was a nothing but weed-infested railroad tracks. The park attracts people in droves. The summer festivals and the winter skating keeps the area abuzz with happy activity. It doesn't cost ANYTHING to enjoy the beauty of the landscape architecture. The ""Cloudgate"" sculpture (Chicagoans call it The Bean) isn't at all impressive until you're right up next to it - that's when awe hits you. Can't describe - just go see it. And if you need to be cheered up, just go stand by the water walls in the summer and listen to the children laughing and squealing as they get drenched by the water spouts. It took alot longer than expected - but Millennium Park was definitely worth the wait!

hkygrl

12/27/2002

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So, so cool

This arena's always been my favorite. It wasn't as heavily visited as State Street but had the best view of the city.

jayterrell

12/19/2002

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Grand Addition

This Project has expanded and is now more imaginative and beautiful than the original
concept.