Looking for Convenient Parking Chicago? Welcome to the 7Th Street Garage!
Located in the city’s south Loop, the 7th Street Garage is at the center of several business and tourist and destinations. We’re a Parking Chicago facility that offers convenient accessibility to Chicago’s lakefront, business district and museums in addition to Grant Park and Soldier Field. Our facility’s self-Parking Chicago garage is on Wabash Avenue just south of Balbo Street. You’ll find us right next door to Buddy Guy’s Legends and across from the Chicago Hilton.
If you’re planning to visit some of the Windy City’s most iconic and interesting attractions, make us your choice for Parking Chicago! Without a doubt, Grant Park remains one of the most popular destinations for our Parking Chicago customers.
Encompassing over 300 acres, Grant Park is a public facility located in the city’s main business district within the Loop. Some of the park’s most well-known features the Museum Campus, Maggie Daley Park, Millennium Park, Buckingham Fountain and the Art Institute of Chicago.
A municipal centerpiece, Grant Park serves as home to many of Parking Chicago’s famous attractions and landmarks. The park features:
-The Museum Campus. Site of first-rate museums like the Art Institute of Chicago, the Adler Planetarium, Field Museum of Natural History and the Shedd Aquarium. The park also is home to the Buckingham Fountain, constructed in 1927 to offer a focal point while also protecting the park’s amazing lakefront views.
Grant Park has tennis courts, baseball diamonds and scenic gardens. The park is host to many of Chicago’s largest music and food festivals such as The Taste of Chicago, Lollapalooza and The Grant Park Music Festival. If you’re a part of the city’s running community, you probably know that Grant Park is where the Chicago Marathon starts and finishes too!
Convenient Parking Chicago – 7th Street Garage on South Wabash Avenue
Grant Park has served as the location for large, historical civic events. For example, in 1911, the park hosted the Chicago International Aviation Meet. In 1979, Pope John Paul II provided an outdo