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Navy Pier

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ImageNavy Pier , Chicago’s premier year-round attraction, is also touted as Chicago’s Lakefront playground. With 50 acres of rides and attractions, including a 15-storey Ferris wheel, IMAX Theatre, Chicago Children’s Museum and Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, restaurants, shops, sightseeing and dining cruises, free entertainment and lots more, this is a place you are likely to visit again and again.
A dazzling fireworks display takes place every Wednesday and Saturday at 9pm.

Address: 600 East Grand
Phone: 800-595-PIER
www.navypier.com

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