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Navy Pier Thanks All on Thanksgiving!

November 24, 2011

With the first snowfall in Chicago done, the seasons have unofficially shifted- and so must Navy Pier. We are shifting into to the season of giving thanks and Navy Pier wants to give a shout out to everyone who has visited our historical boardwalk for any kind of event.

Thanks to all who donned their best costume and visited us during all our Halloween spook-tacular events, all who came to try out the finest German cuisine at the 1st annual Germany’s Best and Oktoberfest and to everyone who came out for the 4th of July celebration, which drew one of the largest crowds to date.

Navy Pier thanks everyone who walked the boardwalk just to take in the fabulous view of Chicago. Maybe you weren’t here for a special event- perhaps you came just to have a nice outing, dinner or movie with friends and family- but thanks just the same.

Navy Pier thanks out-of-town guests who took time from their busy schedule to come and see our fine attractions. We know Chicago has a lot of historic places, so we are honored you chose to visit us. You truly make our city great.

Navy Pier gives a special shout out to our loyal Chicago fans. Thanks for Even if you haven’t strolled down South Dock Street in a while, you’ve probably also witnessed at least one of our famous fireworks shows every Saturday between May 28 and October 29.

Don’t make your previous visit your last!

With summer long gone and fall coming to a close, don’t forget to come enjoy our many upcoming winter events. Out annual Winter WonderFest event kicks off December 2, so come out to enjoy games, rides and even a visit from Santa Claus! Keep watch for when his sleigh…um…boat arrives at Navy Pier during Thanksgiving weekend!


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