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Navy Pier Entrance

Accessibility and Accommodations

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Accessibility

Navy Pier is continuously working to create an inclusive and equitable environment where everyone is welcomed.

It’s not enough that you are here, we want you to feel like you belong here.

Planning a future visit to the Pier?

Please complete Navy Pier’s Accessibility and Accommodation Request Form to reserve a wheelchair in advance. Accessibility and Accommodation Request Form

Please note: Wheelchairs are available on a first come, first serve basis. This form is to be used when planning a trip to Navy Pier a minimum of 2 weeks in advance. Our team will do our best to accommodate, thank you!

Four Women Smiling, Two in Wheelchairs

Accessibility Map - Level 1

Level 1 West Map

Level 1 East Map

Accessibility Map - Level 2

Level 2 West Map

Level 2 East Map


Does Navy Pier have wheelchairs available?

Where can I check-out a wheelchair?

Can I reserve a wheelchair in advance?

Are there accessible parking spaces?

Is the Centennial Ferris Wheel accessible?

Are Navy Pier’s restrooms accessible?

Where are elevators located?

Is the Children’s Museum accessible for people with disabilities?

Are service animals permitted?

I use a transportation service. Where can I be dropped off?

Who can I contact if I have additional questions?

How was your visit?

Please let us know how your latest visit was to help us improve our efforts to ensure the best experience.


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