Navy Pier Chicago is a landmark you’ll hear a lot about on your trip to Chicago, as it is considered the #1 tourist and leisure destination in the Midwest. Attracting an impressive 8.6 million visitors each year, Navy Pier is a 50-acre, lakeside wonderland that lets visitors revel in the splendors of Lake Michigan. Shopping, eating, thrill-riding, movie-watching, and cruise-hopping…you can do it all, and then some, at Navy Pier!
What’s here? Chicago’s Navy Pier, built in 1916, features timeless parks, promenades, gardens, shops, eateries and attractions, and more. You can easily spend a full day here in this mini-city, and there truly is something to suit everyone’s tastes. If crowds and rides aren’t your thing, just being on the shores of beautiful Lake Michigan is enough to soothe the soul. If you love to shop, you have come to the right place.
You can even rise above it all and take in the views of the lake and its shores on the 15-story Ferris wheel. On a hot summer day, cool off at the 3D IMAX® Theatre, or perhaps listen to live music and performances at the Bud Light Stage.
It’s the perfect place for the whole family to spend an entire day, with diverse activities, tours, cruises, and rides to make everyone happy. Stopping by Navy Pier is truly a can't-miss Chicago attraction!
What your Navy Pier Centennial Wheel & Ride ticket includes:
Your Navy Pier Centennial Wheel & Rides tickets are valid on the famous 14-story Ferris wheel as well as the other thrill and kids rides that call the pier home.
Tips for visiting:
Take CTA: Buses #29 (State Street), #65 (Grand Avenue), #66 (Chicago Avenue), #120 (Northwestern/Wacker Express), and #121 (Union/Wacker Express) serve the Navy Pier. #124 Navy Pier Express runs from Union Station and Ogilvie Transportation Center on weekends.
Free Trolley: (Seasonal) Ride for free from Navy Pier to State Street, via the Illinois and Grand Ave corridor.
Please visit www.navypier.com for more information.