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Flower & Garden Show Cruise

Spring: The time of pastel colors, sunshine, and those beautiful flowers! If you are a gardener, a flower fanatic, or just like the sights and scents, then we definitely have the right plans for you this March. If you haven’t heard yet, the Chicago Flower & Garden Show presented by Mariano’s is coming to Navy Pier! The event will be at the Pier from March 15 – 23, and you can buy tickets in advance, but there is more to enjoy than just the show. After taking in the floral sights, you can take to the lake with Spirit Cruises’ Flower & Garden Show Lunch Cruise!


The cruise is the perfect complement to spending a day at the Flower & Garden Show—you do have to eat, after all. Before you set out to explore all the Chicago Flower & Garden Show has to offer, you can take your time enjoying a delicious meal right on Lake Michigan. With the fantastic sights of the Chicago skyline in the distance, it’ll set the tone for a perfect spring-like day!

The draw for this special cruise is the flower arrangement demonstration! Let the flowers inspire you to brighten up your own home, and Spirit of Chicago will show you the prettiest way to do it. Our professional florist will show you all of the tips and tricks you need to create your own beautiful arrangements.

The cruise boards at 11 a.m. and leaves the port at noon, so don’t be late! After an amazing two hours out on the water, you won’t need to take more than a few steps to get to the Chicago Flower & Garden Show. Tickets for the cruise range from $36.90 to $39.90, and for an additional $8 you get admission to the Flower & Garden Show. Who would pass that deal up?

Get your tickets today, and don’t miss out on any of the flower power fun aboard the cruise!


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