Brown Line Stop: Adams & Wabash

Brown Line Stop: Adams & Wabash


This train stop is a fantastic place to get off at! After walking down the stairs of the upper level train stop, you will find yourself in the heart of the bustling city of Chicago with a direct, frontal view of the one and only Art Institute of Chicago! It is the second largest art museum in North America and with that being said, this place contains so many famous and well-known pieces of art from all over the continents. If you have not been here before, I highly recommend visiting this museum!


To the right of the museum (on Michigan Avenue), you can attend a concert/symphony from the Chicago Symphony Orchestra (CSO). They are located right across the street from the art museum, so getting there should be easy because it is within short walking distance. The CSO has concerts for all ages and have programs that range from modern/contemporary music to classical.


To the left of the art museum, you will be able to talk a lovely stroll through Chicago’s little “Grant Park” called Millennium Park. This 24.5 acre park is wonderful as it has the Jay Pritzker Pavillion, the Cloud Gate (or to me, I call it the Bean), Crown Fountains, and twisty and cool BP bridge!


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