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Navy Pier is the place where all of Chicagoland and tourists from around the world have come together since 1995 to enjoy the beauty and the thrills of a day on Lake Michigan. From rides to restaurants, exhibitions to entertainment, shopping to...more
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A bit busy in the summer but the real win was at night! Rode the wheel and ate outside at a Mexican restaurant. There was also an alchohol stand that had great margaritas. Also a firework show. Inside so many gift shops and places to...More
It wasn’t what I expected really. If you’ve been to Fenuil Hall in Boston, it’s a bit like that, but a pier. There entrance is made up of small shop boutiques and larger stores. Further on in is a food court and a few eateries....More
There are plenty of shops selling clothing and souveniers, restaurants and bars, making this an ideal plce for families and many tourists. I appreciated the history but the shopping and other attractions did not impress me although the "Big Wheel" and other outdoor attractions were...More
Alright...everyone I know except for one has said to go to Navy pier. I went back in April of 2017. It is NOT awesome. It's 100% commerical so there's nothing Chicago about it except that it is in Chicago.
The view of Lake Michigan is...More
Everyone likes to rave about Navy peir, I particularly have never cared for it. Parking will cost you over $30, the restaurants are nothing super and it's always crowded. The ferris wheel is awesome and you can catch some boat rides here, but over all...More
Came here a few weeks back when I was in town, and it was a much different picture than my last visit. Full of vendors, rides going, stores all open. It's definitely a fun place, and we enjoyed wandering the stores and vendors checking out...More
There is no such thing as free parking in downtown Chicago. Matter of fact, get ready to pay the big bucks to park. Navy Pier does have a parking garage, I believe it’s $25 or something like that. Around the pier is either... More
There is no such thing as free parking in downtown Chicago. Matter of fact, get ready to pay the big bucks to park. Navy Pier does have a parking garage, I believe it’s $25 or something like that. Around the pier is either street parking or other garages that you still have to pay for. Sorry.