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When in Chicago this should be a must stop. Schedule at least 10-15 mins for pics etc and don't forget to walk around it. There are many different bridges, paths, walkways etc around The Bean that provide unique angles to take pics of it. Also,...More
One of trip highlights, and so worth it, it’s totally beautiful. I love trying to work out where I am in its reflection when it was busy, my pictures aren’t busy so I can see us and the view behind... try taking view with city...More
It is an obligatory stop if you go to Chicago, however and as always, for the photos that appear in advertising, one would think that it is very lonely, when in reality the Clowd Gate is always surrounded by many people. It is also common...More
Where else can you see people posing and primping in front of a giant shiny metal bean in all types of weather. If you look beyond your own reflection, the beauty of Chicago plays out, rain or shine. Pritzker pavilion, Millennium Park and Maggie Daley...More
We had seen this in the summer, but also a great experience in the winter, with snow capping the bean. Wonderful undulating reflections provide tons of fun. Right next the the Art institute of Chicago, a great museum
There is a large parking garage under Millennium Park that would be most convenient. If you park at the north end, closer to Randolph, you'll come out of the garage closer to the Bean. I always use Spot Hero for prepaid... More
There is a large parking garage under Millennium Park that would be most convenient. If you park at the north end, closer to Randolph, you'll come out of the garage closer to the Bean. I always use Spot Hero for prepaid parking. Put in your destination, and they'll show you a map with all available parking nearby. It's excellent and will save you a lot of cash.