Navy Pier is easily accessible via public transportation on the Metra, Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) and Regional Transit Authority (RTA).
How do you get to Navy Pier from Metra or Amtrak station?
- CTA Bus #124 connects Navy Pier with Union/Ogilvie Station and Millennium Station.
- CTA Bus #29 connects Navy Pier with LaSalle Street Station and Millennium Station.
Visit the RTA trip planner to find your best way to Navy Pier.
What CTA buses service Navy Pier?
The CTA provides five bus lines serving Navy Pier daily. These are:
- #29 State
- #65 Grand
- #66 Chicago
- #124 Navy Pier (from Union/Ogilvie Stations)
And, the #2 Hyde Park Express (during weekday rush hours only).
All buses are equipped with bike racks and are ADA accessible. Visit the CTA's website for more information.
Where can I buy a CTA Visitor Pass?
CTA Visitor Passes can be found by using the Ventra machines found at most CTA L stations and selecting the Family Pay-as-you-go and day pass options.
The Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) serves the Chicagoland region and provides a variety of different routes directly to Navy Pier. Visit www.rtachicago.com to access trip planner to find the best way to travel to Navy Pier with RTA.
Will the free trolley be operating during Green for Good?
No, unfortunately The Navy Pier free trolley operates Memorial Day through Labor Day.