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Navy Pier

Chicago, IL

(312) 595-7437

Closed now

(312) 595-7437

Closed now
600 E Grand Ave Chicago, IL, 60611
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  • Lakshmanan. JPS 5 days ago

    Awesome place to visit. You can see and do so much here. I thought it cost something to get in at first but then I realized its free. Spend the day snacking at different cool restaurants or come back a few times to try them all. The lake is great and there is plenty of activities to keep you busy. It's a gorgeous place.

  • Lisa Smith 7 days ago

    A definite must see when going to Chicago. Lots to do and many choices to choose from food wise. Newly remodeled with fun little shops to browse through. Beautiful botanical gardens that are free to access, however are sometimes closed due to private events. Outside is splash pad on hot Chicago days and a beautiful Ferris Wheel. Many boats/ships to view or go for a cruise on. Whether you are inside or outside, great place to see and enjoy a little bit of Chicago.

  • Gloria Standifer 9 days ago

    This was a great experience. So much to do. We took a river tour and it was perfect weather. Come early and skip the crowds. I'm sensitive to motion so afterward I was kinda messed up but during wasn't too bad. Would definitely suggest going.

  • Viv Mendoza 9 days ago

    Awesome. Just beautiful and so clean. Flowers everywhere, the water park, restaurants shops. Music was playing, lots of security walking around. Breathtaking view. Awesome place to walk around. Easy access to bathrooms, clean and unlike most public bathrooms toilet paper, soap and paper towels. It's an awesome place to visit and bring the kids.

  • Natasha Jackson 32 days ago

    A MUST SEE in Chicago. Make sure you venture to the botanical garden. Its free to get in and walk around, that said, make sure to bring a comfortable pair of shoes! Safe and clean. There is many cute little shops inside and lots of different kinds of food. My husband and I really enjoyed sitting on the benches at the end of the pier and just enjoying the view. There was a lot of people but the place never really felt crowded.

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