Get a Sneak Peek of the New Climbing Structure at Navy Pier
A brand new exhibit at the Chicago Children’s Museum promises to be nothing short of an adventure. “Cloud Buster” at Navy Pier opens on Nov. 1, according to the museum, which called it an “immersive art experience.” The structure is a 30-ton, 37-foot tall climbable playhouse for children and adults alike, with winding paths and hidden nooks to explore all around. The top of the structure is known as the “Apartment,” modeled after a typical Chicago apartment for the most adventurous of climbers. The exhibit is made of 485 pieces of steel and material like wood, wire, rope, fiberglass, artificial turf and more. Admission to “Cloud Buster” is included in the ticket price for entry to the Chicago Children’s Museum.