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Navy Pier

Chicago, IL
600 E Grand Ave Chicago, IL, 60611
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  • Krista Stephens 20 days ago

    Navy Pier is a wonderful place to spend the day walking the pier, taking a boat tour, riding bikes, or kicking back & relaxing to listen to a live band. It's also a short walk to view the famous Aqua Towers & Condos building with it's wavy, unusual facade. We had a lot of fun. :) Edited: To include a photograph of The Aqua Towers and it's unusual wavy facade taken on the River Walk portion of Navy Pier.

  • Nena Yaya 47 days ago

    Music playing, alcohol drinks, all restaurants was open on the walking strip, boat rides was available. Only thing Navy pier had for kids was a maze and a one minute speed race tagging as many one color as you can (Atomic Rush). Navy Pier also had a plant house with fountains in it. (Navy Pier had the Ferris wheel, the Merry go round, and the Virtual Reality - Virtual Rush: Chicago - Navy Pier was Closed.). We took a boat ride (Shoreline sight seeing) to see downtown Chicago and the history of it. ( If you get the boat tickets online, it will be cheaper than getting it right from the boat at Navy Pier.). Navy Pier parking was $29 all day..The view is amazing. Looking at the water and Downtown Buildings. Outdide Navy pier, across the street from Nsvy Pier you can rent bikes. Across the street from the restaurant (Casa Margarita)(580 E. Illinois) you can also rent bike carriage, but the man that rides you around charges $20 per person, per mile. Whoa. We were a family of 4.. We ate at Casa Margarita after walking through Navy Pier, kids were tired and hungry. There was seating outside and inside and the tables were 6ft from eachother. Prices on the menu were cheap and affordable considering we are in Downtown Chicago.

  • annie miller 58 days ago

    Best day during this pandemic I had so far!

  • Jacque Wilson 69 days ago

    This was my first time going to the Navy Pier I've been to Chicago several times to visit my son who lives there. I'm from St. Charles, MO and I enjoy going to Chicago especially the downtown area seeing all the beautiful buildings and and enjoying the food. It was great hearing the music it will make you move, it sounds so good and I was happy. So thank you Chicago.

  • David Malkovic 79 days ago

    Such a wonderful place with so many options. There is something here for all ages from 2 to 102. I am a proud Chicagoan who enjoys our beautiful sites. I have equally fun times with whomever I come with - my buddies for a beer, going on a cruise with my wife or just a fun day with the little ones. Highly recommend.

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