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11 quiet places to meditate in Chicago

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Time Out Chicago editors

City life has a knack for wearing down our mental well-being. While we love Chicago, the abundance of new things to do, shows to see and places to eat, we could all use a breather. Luckily, the city is dotted with meditative sanctuaries ideal for clearing your mind. So take a deep breath—in through our nose, out through your mouth—and center yourself at these peaceful nooks throughout Chicago.

1. Promontory point

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2. Harold Washington Library Winter Garden

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3. Chicago Cultural Center

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4. Garfield Park Conservatory

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5. Osaka Garden in Jackson Park

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6. Montrose Harbor

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7. South Garden Art Institute

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8. Berger Park in Edgewater

9. Lurie Garden

10. The Lincoln Park Nature Boardwalk

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11. Winnemac Park

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