St. Patrick’s Day
St. Patrick's Day In Chicago at silversmith hotel
There's nothing quite like St. Patrick's Day in Chicago when the windy city's Irish pride is on full display. In March, Irish taverns are packed with revelers, jovial crowds fill the city streets, and the Chicago River glistens brilliant shades of emerald green. From boisterous pub crawls to lively parades, Downtown Chicago transforms into an exciting destination for tourists. Just steps away from the epicenter of the festival's top attractions, Silversmith Hotel offers a premier choice for those seeking out the best St. Patrick's Day happenings. Explore Chicago St. Patrick's Day events and indulge in a wee bit o' fun in the heart of the windy city.
Chicago St. Patrick's day events
Chicago St. Patrick's Day Parade
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The Chicago River Goes Green
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- What time is the St. Patrick's Day Parade in Chicago? The Chicago St. Patrick's Day Parade begins at noon, but the festivities start with the dyeing of the Chicago River at 9am. Make sure to arrive a bit early and grab a spot in front of Buckingham Fountain, where dancers and bands pause to wave to the crowd.
- How long is the St. Patrick's Day Parade in Chicago? The parade will happen "rain or shine" and typically lasts about three hours. After the festivities are finished, be sure to stick around to explore everything that the Loop has to offer or make your way to some of the best Irish pubs in the city.
- What hotels overlook the St. Patrick's Day Parade in Chicago? The Silversmith Hotel Chicago Downtown is located just minutes away from the St. Patrick's Day Parade and is an ideal spot for tourists who enjoy entertainment. Get a taste of the city's biggest cultural tradition with special deals at our Chicago hotel.
- What should I wear for St. Patrick's Day in Chicago? Deck yourself in any green attire of your liking, if you want to avoid getting pinched! If you're feeling festive, embrace the Irish culture and try a leprechaun costume or anything covered in shamrocks. Most importantly, wear some comfortable shoes for an eventful day.