Skokie Illinois Fairfield Inn
Millennium Park is a public park in Chicago, Illinois, USA, originally designed to celebrate the third millennium. The first, Weeghman Park, opened in 1914 before being amalgamated after the 1915 baseball season. In 1921, the gum magnate William H. "Bubba" Smith of Chicago took complete control of the Cubs.
Since 2009, Millennium Park has been designated only as a Chicago tourist attraction, and since 2017, it has been the second largest public park in the United States, behind New York City's Central Park. The park, bordered by Michigan Avenue, Michigan Street, Illinois Avenue and Michigan and Illinois, houses a large number of private buildings, including the Chicago Museum of Art and the Illinois State Museum, as well as a variety of public art.
The collection, which is managed by 11 curatorial departments, is encyclopedic and includes more than 1,000 works of art that have either been approved or are being approved. It is complemented by a permanent collection of over 2,500 works and a series of more than 30 special exhibitions that take place annually and highlight aspects of the collection.
The Art Institute of Chicago, founded in 1879 and located in Chicago's Grant Park, is one of the largest and most important public art institutions in the world. It houses the largest contemporary art collection in the United States, contains more than 2,500 works of art from around the world, and is the second largest art museum in North America after the Smithsonian Institution.
The Cubs played their first home game on June 5, 1908, beating the Cincinnati Reds 7-6 in 11 innings. It was the first game in Chicago since the opening of the new Chicago Cubs ballpark on July 1, 1909.
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