Area Attractions

Neighboring the historic Water Tower in downtown Chicago, our hotel is steps from the luxury shops and boutiques along Magnificent Mile. Walk five minutes to the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago or Lake Shore Park. Explore attractions at Navy Pier, including the Ferris wheel, located just over a mile from the hotel.

Park Hyatt Chicago

800 North Michigan Avenue
Chicago, Illinois, United States, 60611

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Hotel Activities

Complimentary Bicycle Rental

During the summer months, explore the city via 34 miles of lakefront trails with complimentary rental of our hotel’s Jamis Commuter bicycles. Children’s bicycles are available via special request.

Arts + Culture

Art Institute of Chicago

Built in 1879, the Art Institute of Chicago is one of the oldest museums in the world. See Grant Wood’s “American Gothic,” Edward Hopper’s “Nighthawks,” and one of the finest impressionist collections in the U.S.

Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

Across Michigan Avenue from our hotel is the MCA, one of the world’s largest contemporary art destinations. Explore the museum’s post-1920s paintings, sculptures, and more than 5,700 objects, including books from artists.

Chicago Symphony Orchestra

Two internationally celebrated conductors, two award-winning composers, and more than 150 performances a year make the Chicago Symphony Orchestra a musical tour de force and a must-visit for music aficionados.

John G. Shedd Aquarium

Explore one of the country’s most popular indoor aquariums, with more than 32,000 species of marine life. The Shedd also offers the perfect spot for a panoramic photo of Chicago’s iconic skyline.

Shopping

Magnificent Mile

Shop this prestigious stretch of Michigan Avenue, home to more than 450 luxury and national retailers, art galleries, and designer boutiques, plus three major shopping centers.

Oak Street

A quaint tree-lined street in Chicago’s Gold Coast neighborhood, Oak Street offers an upscale shopping experience with couture designers, luxury brands, and local boutiques.

Outdoor Attractions

Wrigley Field

Opened in 1914, Wrigley Field is the country’s second-oldest baseball park and one of the most beloved. With its ivy-covered walls and old-time scoreboard, this sporting landmark draws fans from around the world.

Navy Pier

Chicago’s lakefront playground encompasses 50 acres of parks, promenades, gardens, shops, eateries, and attractions including the iconic Ferris wheel, along Lake Michigan, with special events in the summer months.

Millennium Park

Spanning 25 acres of green space, this popular park is highlighted by large-scale artwork and hundreds of free cultural programs, including concerts, exhibitions, and tours.

Buckingham Fountain

One of the world’s largest, Buckingham Fountain in Grant Park is a three-level rococo-style fountain inspired by the Latona Fountain at Versailles and offers light and water shows daily.