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360 Chicago is a 94th-floor observation deck that boasts some of the best views in the city. Located inside the John Hancock Center on North Michigan Avenue, 360 Chicago ticket holders can ride one of the fastest elevators in the world and enjoy sprawling views over the city and its surrounding area.

360 Chicago is also home to TILT, Chicago's highest moving experience that tilts you over the edge of the building for a thrilling look down!

It all really depends on how mesmerized you are by the incredible view from the 360 Chicago viewing deck. On average, visitors stay anywhere between 45 minutes and 90 minutes. If you've booked 360 Chicago tickets with access to TILT, or if you want to stop for drinks at Bar 94, then make sure to leave a little more time.

TILT is what separates 360 Chicago from other sky-high viewing platforms. Riders are placed against floor-to-ceiling windows and tilted forward into the 1,000-foot chasm between the sky and the ground.

If looking out of the windows on the 94th floor isn't enough of a thrill, then 360 Chicago tickets with a ride on TILT will get your heart pounding! The first attraction of its kind anywhere in the world, TILT provides unique and surreal views as riders lean 30° over Michigan Avenue.

Safely holding up to eight visitors at any one time, TILT rides are available day and night, so you can choose to lean into the skyline at sunset or with the twinkling lights of the city beneath you.

We'll leave it to you to decide which of 360 Chicago and Skydeck Chicago is the better experience – there's room for more than one sky-high observation deck in the city. But, 360 Chicago is noted as being less busy than the Skydeck, which can lead to a quieter experience.

Want to try them both out? Check out the Chicago Skyline Pass, which includes tickets for both attractions, plus a look at the city from the waters of Lake Michigan.

  • 360 Chicago first opened in the 1960s, then named the John Hancock Observatory

  • The elevator to the observation deck is one of the fastest in the world, reaching speeds of over 20 mph

  • 360 Chicago is over 1,000 feet and 94 floors off the ground

  • The viewing platform covers a huge space of 17,000 square feet

  • You can see as far as Wisconsin, Michigan, Indiana, and Illinois

  • TILT at 360 Chicago, which allows visitors to lean at a 30° angle over Michigan Avenue, is the only attraction of its kind in the world

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Jocelyn ,  United States United States
02 Jan 2023
Great experience and really cool pictures. We went first thing in the morning and the lines were very short.
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LoAunia,  United States United States
22 Aug 2022
Very good deal for the price. 3 of the attractions were located on the same area so we didn't have to move our car. Just parked in one location and was able to walk where we wanted to go.
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Rodrigo,  United States United States
20 Feb 2021
It was incredible. City was beautiful day and night. Lounged with some drinks, took great pictures, and tilt was a lot cooler than I thought it would be. It’s a must.
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About: 360 CHICAGO

360 CHICAGO Observation Deck sits 1,000 feet over Chicago’s legendary Michigan Avenue. Located on the 94th floor of 875 N. Michigan (formerly the John Hancock Center), 360 CHICAGO gives you the opportunity to experience the best views of the Chicago Skyline and Lake Michigan. 360 CHICAGO’s concourse level includes an interactive exhibit highlighting the history of Chicago and the vibrant cultures and businesses across Chicago neighborhoods.

Get inspired to explore Chicago beyond downtown after watching a short documentary titled 3 of 77 featuring an immersive view of three Chicago neighborhoods. Travel to the 94th floor in 40-seconds on one of North America’s fastest elevators and step foot onto the observation deck to experience what 'Travel & Leisure Magazine' voted one of the best views in America.

360 Chicago - John Hancock Center
Friday 09:00 - 23:00
Saturday 09:00 - 23:00
Sunday 09:00 - 23:00
Monday 09:00 - 23:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 23:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 23:00
Thursday 09:00 - 23:00
875 N Michigan Avenue, 60611, Chicago
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