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Enjoy Chicago’s Magnificent Mile

Welcome to Chicago’s Magnificent Mile as we head into 2014!  There is always something magnificent to do on The Magnificent Mile®. From free events to exclusive experiences, absorb the sights, sounds and excitement of special activities all year round.    At the link at the bottom,  you’ll discover all the information you need to plan an enjoyable Chicago experience on Michigan Avenue. Find the perfect hotel or restaurant, see what’s new on the shopping scene and stay informed on the incredible events that make mag mile chicago mapThe Magnificent Mile ‘One of the Great Avenues of the World’.    Now you can take a magnificent vacation in just eight spectacular blocks. Explore more than 460 exclusive stores and boutiques. Enjoy fine dining at more than 200 restaurants.  Discover unsurpassed hospitality at more than 50 hotels. Marvel at Chicago’s famous architecture by boat, trolley or on foot. Learn why North Michigan Avenue in downtown Chicago is called The Magnificent Mile.

 

CLICK HERE about the new Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago that just opened off the Magnificent Mile!

 

Like what you see? Click here for information on how to order a hard copy of The Magnificent Mile Area Guide, the popular map and directory for The Magnificent Mile district.

 

Public Restrooms
900 North Michigan Shops, 900 N. Michigan Avenue
Water Tower Place, 835 N. Michigan Avenue
The Shops at North Bridge, 520 N. Michigan Avenue

 

Banks
A multitude of ATMs and banks are conveniently located throughout The Magnificent Mile neighborhood. Click here to find a bank near you.

First Aid

Northwestern Memorial Hospital
251 E. Huron Street
(312) 926-2000

 

Click here for additional medical and health facilities.

Chicago Visitor Information Centers
Visitor maps and information, including a copy of The Magnificent Mile Area Guide and city literature, are available at:

 

Water Works Visitor Center
163 E. Pearson Street, at N. Michigan Avenue

Hours:
Monday – Thursday: 8 am – 7 pm
Friday: 8 am – 6 pm
Saturday: 9 am – 6 pm
Sunday: 10 am – 6 pm
Holidays: 10 am – 4 pm*
*Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day

 

Helpful Resources
Chicago Office of Tourism: www.explorechicago.org 
Chicago Convention and Tourism Bureau: www.choosechicago.com   
Illinois Bureau of Tourism: www.enjoyillinois.com  
Chicago Transit Authority (CTA): www.transitchicago.com  
Metra: www.metrarail.com  

 

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO

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  1. The link above for the 4th of July fireworks goes to fireworks in 2010. What about 2012?

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