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Where is Millennium Park?

Millennium Park is a large-scale urban park located in Grant Park, Lop District, Chicago, Illinois, with a total area of 24.5 acres. The park was planned from October 1997 to October 1998. It was originally planned to open to the public at the turn of the millennium, but it was delayed until July 16, 2004. It is an important cultural and entertainment center on Lake Michigan and the second most popular tourist attraction in Chicago, next only to Navy Pier. Visitors can visit the park free of charge.

Millennium Park has fun all year round, especially the outdoor skating rink in winter. It is a paradise for Chicago people to look for sports stimulation in the long winter. It is named McCormick Tribune ice rink. The rink is open to the public free of charge and will not stop until March of next year if the weather permits. During the opening period of the skating rink, thousands of skaters came here every day. Outside the skating rink, there is a place to rent skates. For only 10 dollars, tourists can go to the skating rink and enjoy the pleasure of skating.

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