360 Chicago Observation DeckCurrently Closed
- Address: 94, 875 N Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL 60611, United States
- Timings: 09:00 am - 11:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-8888758439
- Ticket Price: 20 USD
- Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
- Tags: View Point, Family And Kids, Observation Deck
360 Chicago Observation Deck - Review
Want to see Chicago in the best way possible? How about you head over to the 360 Chicago Observation Deck? Located on the 94th floor of the historic John Hancock Centre, this observation deck offers magnificent 360 degrees views of the Chicago skyline. Don’t forget to carry your camera and capture beautiful memories. While there, do be a daredevil and give TILT a try. An exhilarating experience, TILT literally tilts you at an angle of 30 degrees over the Michigan Avenue! Know the best way to spend time at 360 Chicago Observation Deck by adding it to Chicago trip planner. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Chicago itinerary 5 days.
360 Chicago Observation Deck Ticket Prices
- Adults (12+ years): USD 20
- Youth (3-11 years): USD 13
Sun and Stars Admission (2 visits in 48 hours):
- Adults (12+ years): USD 24
- Youth (3-11 years): USD 17
360 Chicago Observation Deck Hours
- Last entry at 10.30 p.m.
How To reach 360 Chicago Observation Deck by Public Transport
- Michigan and Chestnut bus stop
- Chestnut and Mies Van Der Rohe bus stop
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54.97% of people who visit Chicago include 360 Chicago Observation Deck in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
41.94% of people start their 360 Chicago Observation Deck visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
1 Hr 30 Minutes
People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see 360 Chicago Observation Deck
84.38% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting 360 Chicago Observation Deck
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360 Chicago Observation Deck, Chicago Reviews
It was a breathtaking experience in tilting window (when you'll be looking down!). With a decent price, tilting window is a good experience to have without any longer waiting. Staff was supportive and helping to take your photos. I loved this place. It is cheaper than Willis Tower, less waiting time to reach to the elevator and you can enjoy the beauty of Chicago with is shoreline from all the angles. It also has a mini bar. Tilt window experience is also one of the best place to get thrilling experience. Only reason for giving 4 star is that i was not able to take clear photos of the view with a person. May be external brightness was making photos very dark inside.
Wait was long, but it was labor day weekend, so that is to be expected. There are some videos and other things to keep you entertained while you wait. The observation deck itself is great. I went at the perfect time so that we got to see day to night! The tilt was also really cool, but it lasts maybe a minute. Or less. Which after waiting 40 minutes in line is a little disappointing, but still worth it to see down the side of the building. Just be aware that there are some people who will be up there thinking they can use a whole window for their own personal photo shoot. I do wish there was some kind of security presence to stop these people.
Fantastic views of the lakefront. This is an excellent place to watch sunsets. The observation deck offers snacks and alcoholic beverages. There is stadium seating to observe the sunset. This observation deck is an excellent value. Parking garages are located nearby and are less expensive than the Hancock Center. I enjoy reading the walls created with historical tidbits of Chicago
360 Chicago was on our Labor Day Weekend bucket list and did not disappoint. We arrived early in the morning, just after it opened at 8:00 AM, and were thrilled as we watched our kids peer out over the Chicago skyline for the first time. We paid the extra $8 to do Tilt, and for us, it was totally worth it. I would recommend arriving early, as we were leaving about 10:30 AM, it was becoming noticeably busier. I would like to go back and experience it at nighttime, but the early morning was spectacular. This is the best view and best value for seeing Chicago from a skyscraper in my opinion.
We had a great time here. The extra tilt thing wasn’t really worth the $8 per person though. It was neat, but it’s not $8 neat. I feel it should just be included in the admission price. Great sunset views! Great view of Willis and Trump towers. There’s also a bar which was nice for a drink while relaxing on the benches and watching the sun set.