Run through Foam at Navy Pier. Free and open to the public.
When: June 21-October 1, 2017, Mondays-Fridays at noon and Saturdays and Sundays at noon and 4 p.m
Where: Navy Pier, 700 E. Grand, Polk Bros Park Map
It’s an art installation
Head over to Polk Bros Park for this new public art installation’s daily “eruptions.” The installation known as “A retrospective view of the pathway” by Roger Hiorns is comprised of large-scale stainless steel tanks, a compressor, and foam, presenting “the idea of continuous change in a joyous and ebullient manner”.
Run through foam
I haven’t been over to see it in action yet but it looks like it spews or belches out giant foam clusters, which are “shaped by the wind and spread across the landscape.” From the photo on the website people can go through it.
At least they’re trying
You have to give the “cheesy mall- by-the-sea” credit for it’s innovative ideas to get people (maybe other than tourists) over there.
- Things to do at the Pier.
- Cheap eats at Navy Pier
- Free Trolley Schedule.
- Discount tickets to Exhibitionism the Rolling Stones Exhibit
- Discount tickets to Chicago Flower & Garden Show
- Ride free lighted seesaws at Navy Pier.