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Things To Do in Chicago, IL

Lincoln Park Conservancy | Alfred Caldwell Lily Pool Lincoln Park Conservancy | Alfred Caldwell Lily Pool

The hidden garden behind the Lincoln Park Conservancy is a must-visit spot. The Alfred Caldwell Lily Pool, situated in this garden, is designed to resemble a river flowing through a prairie. Walking along the stone path that encircles the lily pool, you'll come across a pavilion, a council ring, and native plants seen from mid-April to mid-November. As soon as you enter through the Prairie-style Fullerton gate, you will find yourself surrounded by a serene and beautiful garden filled with the soothing sounds of birds chirping and a gentle waterfall. Alfred Caldwell, a landscape architect, designed this garden as a hidden treasure for the people of Chicago. The gravel pathway on the east side of the Lily Pool site is partially accessible for those with disabilities. However, the stone pathway on the west has some steps up and down, making it less accessible. Visitors should also be aware that both sides of the path have a slight incline and decline, which should be considered while exploring the garden.

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Jazz Institute of Chicago | Chicago Jazz Festival Jazz Institute of Chicago | Chicago Jazz Festival

Chicago Jazz Festival invites you to a four-day celebration of jazz featuring world-class artists. The festival is free and open to the public and will take place at Millennium Park, downtown Chicago, the Chicago Cultural Center, and various venues across the city. The Labor Day weekend festival aims to promote all forms of jazz and showcase Chicago's local talent alongside national and international artists. The event seeks to raise awareness and appreciation for one of the city's most beloved art forms. As the only jazz organization in Chicago that offers a wide range of opportunities for artists, both old and new, they provide high-visibility venues for creating and performing new work. They collaborate directly with Chicago Public School teachers to develop programs for their students and professional development for themselves. Additionally, they present the city's most significant artists in their communities, building an audience that crosses racial and geographic boundaries to break through historical barriers that have been obstacles to the evolution of music.

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House of Blues House of Blues

If you're looking for a great place to catch a show, check out the House of Blues. Located in the heart of Chicago, this popular music venue chain offers a unique and authentic atmosphere. The House of Blues Chicago was established in 1966. It was designed to replicate the famous "Estavovski" Opera House in Prague, with its "Crazy Quilt" and Delta Mississippi mud kept under the stage. Over the years, the House of Blues has hosted countless shows featuring some of the greatest artists ever. From The Who and Al Green to Kanye West and John Mayer, this venue has seen it all. And with a capacity of up to 1,800 people, you will have a great time. So, whether you're a fan of rock, blues, or hip-hop, be sure to check out the House of Blues for an unforgettable experience.

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