Chicago Fact: Grant Park has seen two events of great importance for American culture - the 1968 Democratic Convention protests and the 2008 election night acceptance speech of Barack Obama.
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Here is a quick street location reference to find our ticket agents in Chicago and board a Chicago Trolley or Double Decker bus.
Millennium Park (Stop #1)
East of Michigan Avenue on the south curb of Randolph Street
Michigan Avenue Bridge (Stop #2)
NW corner of the bridge and Wacker Drive
Block Thirty Seven (Stop #3)
W. Side of State between Washington and Randolph
Art Institute (Stop #4)
Michigan Ave. across the street from Museum south of Adams Street
Hilton Hotel (Stop #5)
Michigan Avenue just north of 8th Street
Field Museum (Stop #6)
South side of the museum east of the staircase
Sheraton Chicago (Stop #7)
Columbus Drive just 50 yards north of the hotel
Navy Pier (Stop #8)
Blue tents north of the main entrance
The Magnificent Mile (Stop #9)
Jack Brickhouse Way in front of 401 N Michigan Ave plaza
Water Tower (Stop #10)
SE corner of Pearson Street and Michigan Ave.
Hancock Center (Stop #11)
SE corner of Delaware and Michigan Ave.
Hard Rock / River North (Stop #12)
SE corner of Ontario and Clark Streets under Hard Rock's sign
Willis Tower (formerly Sears Tower) (Stop #13)
Jackson Street entrance for The Skydeck east of Wacker Drive