I have been at Navy Pier in the fall and it was a lot of fun. However, in February, not much is open and it is pretty much deserted. The sky wheel was open and a couple of restaurants and gift shops, but otherwise, unless...More
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As a first-time tourist, I wasn't totally thrilled about the idea of walking the pier but aside from my foot pain, it was a beautiful sight to see--inside had some great spaces too!
When I am in the mood to do photography or people watch, Navy pier is my place. Lots of people and activities. Something for everyone from food to rides to whatever you can imgine
Many restaurants were closed. But again there were not that many people around. It must be completely different in the summer time. Will have to come back!
I visited the pier just before sunset. It is a very nice place to take a stroll and enjoy the view of the city skylines. The pier building is much larger than expected, with restaurants, shops and a small convention center. During my visit, half...More
If there is no event there, then there is no reason to go to the Navy Pier. went to see all the great things people talk about but nothing was going on just kinda sucked
The Navy pier stretches into the Lake and from a distance it seems a fun place. That's true, but mostly for young children. There are several rides, kids museum etc along with food options but nothing wow. Best of all is the walk around it...More
Numerous ways to enjoy a summer evening walking up and down the pier with restaurants, bars and other activities.
Navy Pier is on of those places where there is so much to do! I was there last June and started the afternoon with an architectural cruise by Seadog along the skyline on the River. It was extremely scenic and a nice way of seeing...More