Navy Pier, Chicago’s iconic lakefront destination, is continuing its safety-centered reopening plan and has now entered Phase 2.
As part of the second step in the cautious reopening process, the following is now open and available to the public: Fifth Third Bank Family Pavilion, Miller Lite Beer Garden, retail shops, Food Experience Corridor (counter service, carry-out only) and Crystal Gardens.
The following remains open and available as indicated in Phase 1, which began on Wednesday, June 10: Polk Bros Park, Peoples Energy Welcome Pavilion, North and South Docks, Pier Park (rides remain closed), East End Plaza, outdoor restaurants, tour boats and select free programs.
Parking garage access has been adjusted to a $19 flat rate.
Click here to view Navy Pier's full and detailed reopening plan.
Navy Pier is the People’s Pier. We are committed to welcoming guests from all walks of life and catering to each individual’s needs to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable experience. While you are here, we encourage you to consider the many dynamic and eclectic experiences we have to offer, such as our new lineup of authentic Chicago dining options, unparalleled views of the city and lake from our spacious South Dock, smooth and enjoyable rides aboard the grand Centennial Wheel, our beautiful Fountain and Plaza in Polk Bros Park, serene boat rides on the lake and river, free year-round arts and cultural programming, among other exciting pier-wide offerings.
Regardless of where your visit takes you, our goal is to inspire discovery and wonder along the way. We hope you and your family enjoy your time here as you explore and engage with Chicago’s lakefront treasure.