Review Millenium Park
This business has 3 positives and 0 negatives.
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Millenium Park

Not A JJ's List Disability-Aware Business Yet
Category: Entertainment
Phone number: (312) 742-1168
Location: 201 E. Randolph Street, Chicago, IL 60602
Website: http://www.millenniumpark.org
 
Review Millenium Park
This business has 3 positives and 0 negatives.
The Lions
The Lions
1:37pm 08/30/16
Good
Good



Disability Awareness:   Welcoming, Friendly, Accessible Parking
John Maxson
John Maxson
11:07pm 04/25/11
Great!
Great!

I have been to this nice and big park thats I belive right over some train tracks.It is as I said a nice ,and big park to do any recreational stuff(softball,football,etc)or just to relax.The taste is also here which I have not been to in a long time.Some of my favorite things there is to bean, the waterfall,and the bridge that goes over I think columus drive.I recomend going here.

Disability Awareness:   Welcoming, Friendly, Respectful, Physically accessible
Tim
Tim
5:37pm 07/16/10

I've taken the CTA train to the Lake CTA Station by myself and have walked over to Millennium Park. When I've been to Millennium Park by myself, it hasn't been too hard to find my way around the park. Millennium Park is wheelchair accessible and they've got good customer service there. When I got to Millennium Park, I walked around the park and looked at some cool stuff there. They've got the Big Bean, which you can see your reflection and the city of Chicago. They've also got the Jay Pritzger Pavilion where they have events. They sometimes have free events at the Jay Pritzger Pavilion. When I was at Millennium Park by myself, I went to the Big Bean to see my reflection and the city of Chicago, then I went to watch an orchestra performance at the Jay Pritzger Pavilion for part of the time. I then went to the snack bar to get something to eat for lunch. When I was at the snack bar, the employees there were helpful and friendly. They gave me extra time to decide what I want to get. What I got was a hot dog with potato chips and the drink I got was a Fanta. After I paid for my food, I found a place to sit. After I finished my food, I then walked around Millennium Park some more. I walked along the BP Bridge, then played in the Crown Fountain, then visited the Lurie Garden and more cool places. I then walked back to the Big Bean, and after I walked through most of the park, I left Millennium Park and then took the train home. Millennium Park is a fun park to go to.

Disability Awareness:   Welcoming, Talked to me person-to-person, Friendly, Gave me extra time, Respectful, Helpful when I needed assistance or accommodation, Flexible service, Physically accessible

 
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