Where can I get free WiFi in Chicago?

Where can I get free WiFi in Chicago?

About the ChicagoWiFi Program. ChicagoWiFi is free public wireless access available at City facilities throughout Chicago. Wireless Internet Zones are available at all Chicago Public Library locations and in other public places around the city including the Cultural Center (78 E. Washington), Daley Plaza (50 W.

Does the Chicago Public Library have free WiFi?

How do I connect to the WiFi? All CPL locations offer free WiFi. Look for the network CPLWIFI on your device. No special settings, usernames or passwords are required.

Does Millenium Park have WiFi?

Millennium Park offers free WiFi, which is great for the data-conscientious visitor, especially those looking to share pictures and videos of their adventures at Millennium Park on social media.

Where can I find public WiFi?

10 popular national chains with free wifi

  • Starbucks. Locations: 32,000 worldwide.
  • Subway. Locations: 41,000 worldwide.
  • McDonalds. Locations: 40,000 worldwide.
  • Walmart. Locations: 11,500 worldwide.
  • Kroger. Locations: 2,900 worldwide.
  • KFC. Locations: 25,000 worldwide.
  • Taco Bell. Locations: 7,000 worldwide.
  • Dunkin’

Does Navy Pier have free WiFi?

You are now connected to Navy Pier’s free WiFi, presented by Impact. Feel free to enjoy this complimentary service throughout Navy Pier and Polk Bros Park.

Do public libraries have free WiFi?

Nationwide, 82 percent of public libraries now offer this service, and some states (and the District of Columbia) report universal WiFi access in their public libraries.

What’s special about Millennium Park?

The park has received awards for its accessibility and green design. Millennium Park has free admission, and features the Jay Pritzker Pavilion, Cloud Gate, the Crown Fountain, the Lurie Garden, and various other attractions.

Is Navy Pier parking free?

There isn’t any designated free parking at Navy Pier. If you’re looking to save some money, you may find a cheaper garage or lot a little further away from the pier.