Free Wheelchair Rental
Chicago’s newest attraction was designed to be universally accessible, so this unique center for art, music, architecture, and landscape design cannot help but be popular. The 24.5 acre park, located at Randolph and Michigan Avenues, features the work of world-renowned architects, planners, artists and designers, most notably Frank Gehry. Key accessible design elements include: • Ramps to the main staircases on Michigan Ave. that start and stop at the same place as the bottom and top landing of the staircases • A gradual slope of 1:20 on the BP Bridge and spacing between its floorboards of 1/4" or less • No edges or deep water areas in The Crown Fountain so a wheelchair can easily enter the fountain area • Ramps at the Cloud Gate that allow everyone to approach and experience this unique sculpture • Full access not only to the Jay Pritzker Pavilion, with its amazing line-up of dance and music festivals, but also to the Great Lawn beyond • Elevators in the pavilions for accessible subterranean parking. At the Millennium Park Welcome Center, 201 E. Randolph St., free wheelchairs are available as well as park maps, information and event schedules. • Accessible restrooms are located in the Cultural Center, at the McCormick Tribune Plaza adjacent to the Park Grill and on the east and west sides of the Pritzker Pavilion.