Winter Fun at Snow Days Chicago
February 5, 2014
By the time February rolls around, most of us are more than ready for the snow to start melting and the numbers on the thermometer to start climbing. But as anyone who lives in Chicago knows, Midwest winters can last well into March, if not April. So how do you get out of that slushy […]
Sneak Peek at Snow Days Chicago 2014
January 29, 2014
In just one week, we’ll be able to walk through Gateway Park and marvel at the amazing structures carved out of snow by talented artists from more than 15 countries around the world and 12 high schools in the Chicagoland area. As we gear up for Snow Days Chicago 2014, we’re getting more and more […]
Mark Your Calendars: Snow Days is Coming!
January 8, 2014
We might be winding down Winter WonderFest, but that doesn’t mean that the winter fun at Navy Pier is ending! One month from now, February 8 -9, 2014, Navy Pier will be hosting Snow Days Chicago once again! This outdoor event will let you experience snow in a way you may have never thought of […]
Photo Blog: Snow Days Chicago 2013 | Navy Pier
January 28, 2013
This past weekend, Navy Pier’s Gatweway Park held another spectacular Snow Days Chicago celebration! Check out some of our favorite photos from the day!
Snow Days at Navy Pier Begins Today!
January 25, 2013
This winter take a Snow Day at Navy Pier! And you don’t even have to wait for that snow day—it’s already here with today’s opening of Snow Days Chicago! If you’ve been by the Pier recently, we’re sure you noticed all the snow in Gateway Park (it’s pretty hard to miss) and if you came […]
Snow Sculptures and More at Snow Days at Navy Pier!
January 18, 2013
Hey Navy Pier fans! We’re hitting the home stretch to Snow Days 2013! Just a week left until our fabulous winter weekend kicks off! If you feel an extra chill in the air, Old Man Winter’s not completely to blame. We’re making all of the snow in preparation for our big snow sculpture competition. All […]
Snow Days 2013 | Navy Pier
January 11, 2013
Some artists use paint and a canvas to create beautiful art. Others use clay, charcoal, marble, or the film from a camera. Still others create spectacular pieces out of everyday found objects: spare change, automobile parts, seashells discovered on a beach. Here at the Pier we aim to introduce visitors to art in its many […]