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360 Chicago Observation Deck, Chicago

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The city's dramatic skyline awaits you at 360 Chicago Observation Deck. Atop the fourth-tallest building in Chicago, you can get unobstructed views of the town's impressive architecture, beaches, and lakefront. You'll ride up 94 floors in some of the fastest elevators in North America to the observation deck of the John Hancock Building to enjoy the panoramic sweep across four states. The deck also features plenty of the city's history in several displays. Put360 Chicago Observation Deck into our Chicago online driving holiday planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • Don’t get me wrong, the tilt was really cool and fun! We only wished for the price we paid, it would have been nice to have had a longer experience in TILT. Not sure if it’s because we arrived... 
    Don’t get me wrong, the tilt was really cool and fun! We only wished for the price we paid, it would have been nice to have had a longer experience in TILT. Not sure if it’s because we arrived...  more »
  • We really looked forward to experiencing the Tilt at 360 Chicago. We've seen the view before, but thought this novel experience would be a thrill. But the Tilt was kind of disappointing. Aside from.....  more
    We really looked forward to experiencing the Tilt at 360 Chicago. We've seen the view before, but thought this novel experience would be a thrill. But the Tilt was kind of disappointing. Aside from.....  more »
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  • This place was incredibly awesome. I still have my voucher as a souvenir! It really is an experience like no other. Thousands of people have done the lean over Chicago too that is there. Which is scary at first but it turns into a magic moment really quick. Looking down at a city and marveling at humans and how far we’ve come. Starts to become beautifully complex and thought provoking. Or a lot of people just seem to like the thrill alone! It’s great for either. The elevator ride up even is really awesome. It’s one quick elevator. The view is also incredible. Very iconic view.
  • This was my first experience from a 98 floor view and we really enjoyed the view. We took a Chicago explorer pass and visited the tower on Monday and happy to say that the 360 observation deck will accept the explorer pass… (Willis tower accepts the explorer only from Tuesday to Thursday). It was on a national holiday… not that so crowded… we will get enough time in the top to enjoy the view and there is a small cafe and bar at the top… and for tilt we need to took extra tickets for $8 from the top. Also in the entrance they took group photos and we can buy digital or hard copy for cash.. I feel little expensive.

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