NoFilter

Calder’s Flamingo

Our app helps travelers and photographers to discover the best photo locations all around the world

Scroll down
Calder’s Flamingo - From South of the post office, United States
Calder’s Flamingo - From South of the post office, United States
Calder’s Flamingo
📍 From South of the post office, United States
Calder's Flamingo, located in Chicago, United States, is a large-scale public art installation created by artist Alexander Calder. It consists of two pink, abstract, metal structures mounted on a black pedestal that are painted to look like flamingos. The piece has become an iconic symbol of Chicago's diverse public art collection, and is located in the Chicago Park District's Federal Plaza. It has become a popular spot for tourists and locals who come to take photos, view the unique art and admire the amazing juxtaposition of nature and City. The fountain-like structures have views of the Chicago skyline in the background and a variety of plants and trees that provide plenty of photo opportunities.

🗺 Map

🎫 Tourist attractions

🏨 Hostels

🌦 Weather information

Get weather information, and much more, from the app. Download it for free!

🚕 How to get there?

Get routes information (by car, walking, public transport, etc), and much more, from the app. Download it for free!
Want to see more?
Download the app. It's free!