360 Chicago Observation Deck and the second highest vantage point over the city of Chicago and one of the tallest in North America. Nicknamed the "City of the Wind", Chicago is an extraordinary and unique city, one of the main tourist destinations in the United States. You can observe it from the 94th floor of the 875 North Michigan Avenue (John Hancock Center), a 100-story, 344m-high skyscraper, is an experience not to be missed.
The building of the John Hancock Center it is the third tallest skyscraper in Chicago and the seventh in the United States. This massive construction allows visitors to ascend more than 300 meters in just 40 seconds, thanks to one of the fastest elevators in North America.
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This vantage point offers a 360 degree view of the city. In addition, you can see the 4 surrounding states (Wisconsin, Michigan, Indiana and Illinois) and the gleaming Lake Michigan. There are also panoramic touch screens and interactive maps.
A special area allows visitors to feel the wind in 314 meters high from the ground, but it is not the only attraction of this observatory. TILT it's a thrilling experience, a glass balcony that tilts at a 30 degree angle on Michigan Avenue. The experience is dedicated to those who do not suffer from vertigo and has an additional cost.
The 360 Chicago Observation Deck is open 365 days a year from 9:00 to 23:00.
Entrance fee for adults (12 years and older) $ 22,00 (including tax)
Entrance fee for children (3 to 11 years) $ 15,00 (including tax)
Children (0 to 2 years old) enter for free
How to reach us
The 360 Chicago Observation Deck is located on the 875 North Michigan Avenue skyscraper (John Hancock Center).
The address is: 875, N Michigan Avenue, 60611, Chicago
It is advisable to arrive by public transport, like the subway.