Check Out the Winter Wonderfest at Navy Pier

Winter Wonderfest is a holiday attraction at Navy Pier in Chicago. The fest offers an excellent collection of rides and activities for adults and kids.

Event Special Highlights:

Mayor Burl Evergreen chooses one lucky visitor each morning to open the doors to the wonderful fest. If you arrive early, you can be one of the privileged ones. There are lots of different rides and attractions at the Wonderfest event in Chicago. The indoor skating rink is spacious and perfect for visitors to tune their skills. There are adventurous rides abound throughout the pier. If you are visiting with little kids, there are junior rides to keep them happy.

Some of the attractions at the fest include Wintertube, Toboggan tunnel, Winter rules mini golf, Snowglobe live, Ferris wheel, Holiday Howdy Horse and a 42-foot-high decorative tree.

For more details about the event, please click here.

Admission: The general admission price is $5 ($3.75 online) and can get you inside the Wonderfest, along with admission to some of the rides inside. They also have wristbands for rides, customized as below:

  • Premium wristband is $20, and provides access to all rides and skate in the pier.
  • Family pack wristband is $58 for four premium wristbands, and $45 for four regular wristbands.
  • Regular wristband is $16, and provides access to all rides except ice-skating.

If you are a looking for a deal, then you can buy the wristband online and get $1 off. Moreover, you could save about 30%, when you buy admission tickets online. For more details, please click here.

Event Timings: The event is happening currently and will continue until January 11, 2014.

Sundays to Thursdays : 10 am - 8 pm.

Fridays and Saturdays : 10 am – 10 pm.

Event location:

Navy Pier Festival Hall,

600 E Grand Ave, Chicago,

IL 60611.

Come and celebrate the holidays at the cool Winter Wonderfest.

* Image courtesy of Flickr Creative Commons.



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