Step aboard the luxurious Spirit of Chicago and explore the beautiful waters of Lake Michigan with the unforgettable Spirit of Chicago Lunch & Dinner Cruises.
As you set off from the historic Navy Pier, you'll be pampered and entertained. Enjoy a delectable five star meal while the professional DJ onboard spins some of your favorite tunes that have the dance floor just begging for some action.
After your meal, head up to the open air lounge for a casual drink and plenty of great photo opportunities. You'll float by some of Chicago's most popular landmarks such as Willis Tower, Grant Park, the Shedd Aquarium and Soldier Field.
The Spirit of Chicago Lunch & Dinner Cruises provide an unforgettable experience as you wine and dine while marveling in the spectacular views that can only be offered by the Windy City.
Appropriate attire for men includes slacks and a polo or button down shirt. For women, nice slacks, a sundress or capri pants is recommended. Casual attire is acceptable for all other cruises. Collarless t-shirts, jeans, shorts or sneakers are strongly discouraged.
About the Spirit of Chicago
Guests will enjoy the colorful lighting and decor with modern splash of silver and black accents. This impressive vessel features a large, winding staircase and an open ceiling above the main dance floor. The Spirit of Chicago's can accommodate up to 600 guests with spacious seating areas and decks. The large strolling decks also make for a premiere sightseeing experience highlighted by gorgeous views of the Windy City.
Sights To See
- McCormick Place: The largest convention center in North America.
- Aon Center: A modern skyscraper with 83 floors.
- Willis Tower: This skyscraper stands 1,452 feet tall and was the tallest building in the world for almost 25 years.
- Shedd Aquarium: Houses more than 25,000 fish.
- Soldier Field: Home to the Chicago Bears.
- Adler Planetarium: The first planetarium in America. It was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1987.
- Grant Park: An urban park in Chicago. Home to the Cloud Gate, the Art Institute of Chicago, Millennium Park and more.
- Jardin Water Filtration Plant: Sends one billion gallons of water per day to residents in the north and central parts of Chicago.
- John Hancock Center: A huge skyscraper that towers 1,127 feet into the air.