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On select Wednesdays throughout the year, join us to enjoy a free ride on Navy Pier’s iconic Centennial Wheel!

Navy Pier’s #WheelWednesday series is an initiative to make the Centennial Wheel available and accessible to all by offering the community complimentary rides on select Wednesdays periodically throughout the year.

Watch this page for upcoming #WheelWednesday dates and details on how to claim one of the limited number of tickets available for each #WheelWednesday event.

About the Centennial Wheel

The iconic 200-foot-tall Centennial Wheel features enclosed and temperature-controlled gondolas with an entertainment system and video screens, offering guests unparalleled views of the city and lake and comfortable rides all year round. Learn more about the Centennial Wheel!

Upcoming #WheelWednesday Dates

Hallowheel at Navy Pier

Free Public Program

Wednesday, October 31, 2018 | 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
Pier Park

Be among the first 1,031 guests to register for Hallowheel Wednesday, and enjoy a complimentary ride on the Centennial Wheel!

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A part of Navy Pier’s 2018 Halloween happenings, Hallowheel offers guests an opportunity to ride the Centennial Wheel, free of charge! The first 1,031 guests to register for Hallowheel tickets will enjoy complimentary access to this iconic, year-round attraction during normal operating hours on Wednesday, October 31, 2018. 

*Tickets for this event are limited. Must present valid Eventbrite ticket at the Pier Park Box Office to ride for free. Limit one free ride ticket per person. Additional tickets are available for purchase online and at the Pier Park box office. Ticket valid on Wednesday, October 31, 2018 only, during normal operating hours. The Centennial Wheel operates rain or shine. In the event of extreme weather conditions, the Centennial Wheel may close temporarily for the safety of our guests and our Pier Park staff. In the event of severely inclement weather conditions, please see facebook.org/navypier or twitter.com/navypier for operational updates. Navy Pier reserves the right to refuse entry for any reason.

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