In celebration of the end to Chicago's mask mandate, Navy Pier will be offering free rides on its iconic Centennial Wheel Monday.
But there's a catch - a small one at that.
In order to receive a free ride, you'll need to flash your smile.
As part of the "Smile to Ride" event, guests who flash their long-hidden smiles will receive a free souvenir photo of their smiling face, according to a news release. The pictures will then be displayed on the hub of the Ferris wheel throughout March.
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As Chicago and Illinois both plan to rescind mask requirements Monday, Navy Pier's president says the lifting of COVID mandates is certainly something to smile about.
“We could all use a smile, so Navy Pier is encouraging guests to show off their toothy grins, sly smirks, and all-out ear-to-ears for the entire city to see," Navy Pier President and CEO Marilynn Gardner said in a statement.
Free rides will be available from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.