The BP Bridge (properly known as the BP Pedestrian Bridge) runs from the Millennium Park to Daley Bicentennial Plaza both within Grant Park, Chicago. The bridge was designed by Frank Gehry (the architect for the Guggenheim Museums) in deconstructivist style. The bridge is 935 feet (285 metres) long and snakes around, forming a sound barrier for traffic noise from Columbus Drive. In addition to the BP Bridge virtual tours, you can click here to view a virtual tour of the Jay Pritzker pavilion, also designed by Frank Gehry.
BP Bridge, Millennium Park