A major street going north-south, the Michigan Avenue in Chicago can be called as the economic, cultural and social hub of the city. The famous (with shopaholics) Magnificent Mile along with the bustling North Michigan Avenue are part of the Michigan Avenue. Along the avenue, you will find many commercial offices, restaurants, museums, cafes, pubs, boutiques, shops, department stores and architecturally stunning buildings. If you happen to visit Chicago during Christmas, do walk down the Michigan Avenue and see it decked up in all its glory.
How to Reach Michigan Avenue
- Michigan and Oak bus stop
- Michigan and Superior bus stop
- Michigan and Huron bus stop
- Michigan and Hubbard (Tribune building) bus stop
- Michigan (lower) and E. Wacker bus stop
- Randolph St. South Shore Line train stop
- Millennium Station
- Michigan and Monroe bus stop
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65.67% of people who visit Chicago include Michigan Avenue in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
26.7% of people start their Michigan Avenue visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Michigan Avenue
56.54% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Michigan Avenue