Top 7 Gardens - Chicago
Finding a park to go to in the Windy City is a good thing. However, you will notice that it can be a challenge as well because of all the different gardens in the city. This is why we have ranked the top 7 gardens in Chicago to make it easier for you to find the park that will suit your needs.
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7. Burnham Centennial Prairie -
If you want a garden that has some of the beautiful natural grasses that were common to the Chicago area before the city grew up, then you will want to go here. This prairie was planted along a nature trail and that has definitely made it easy to see why this is a beautiful garden area to enjoy.
6. Alfred Caldwell Lily Pool -
Designed by Alfred Caldwell, the famous architect, you will find this beautiful and amazing garden and pool combination area. What is really amazing is the beauty of this park, but also the lily pool the garden is known for and all that it attracts.
5. Lurie Garden -
If you want to get away from it all, but are stuck inside of the city then you will love Lurie Garden. This is a garden that has five acres in the downtown region of Chicago and this is going to make it easier for you to have a great time enjoying the beautiful garden.
4. South Garden Of The Chicago Art Institute -
This is a garden that is amazing for the plants they have, but also how well manicured they are as well. What else is great about the place is the beauty of the fountain that is in the garden.
3. Winter Garden At Harold Washington Library -
While you may think the library is only a place for books, this is disproved at the Harold Washington Library. This is a beautiful garden and one of those that you are going to love because it is a nice garden.
2. Northerly Island -
While this place used to be known for having a small little airstrip, you will notice the place is starting to become reclaimed for the purpose of making a natural garden. So this will allow people to have a beautiful area they can go to, but also know it is very natural as well.
1. City Hall -
City Hall is a place that not a lot of people will think about as having a garden. However, tucked away on the roof of City Hall is a beautiful garden that is well maintained and one of those places that you are going to want to visit if you have a chance and want to have some stunning views of Chicago while surrounded by green plants.