Grant Park is a large urban park of 319 acres (1.29 km2) located in the Loop neighbourhood of Chicago, Illinois. Millennium Park, Buckingham Fountain, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Museum Campus are among the park’s attractions, which are located in the city’s central business district. Originally known as Lake Park and dating back to the city’s founding, it was renamed Ulysses S. Grant Park in 1901. The park’s area has been expanded several times through land reclamation, and it was the site of several disputes over open space use in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Randolph Street borders it on the north, Roosevelt Road and McFetridge Drive on the south, Michigan Avenue on the west, and Lake Michigan on the east. The park includes performance venues, gardens, artwork, sporting facilities, and a harbour. It hosts public gatherings as well as a number of major annual events. You can also visit International Museum of Surgical Science. Get box training from Legendary Boxing Training in Grant Park. Or call them at (708)663-2623.