General timings: 360 Chicago deck is open from Monday to Sunday between 9 AM and 11 PM. Entry closes at 10 PM every day.
Closed: The observation deck 360 Chicago is open throughout the year.
Address: 875 N Michigan Avenue, 94th Floor | Find on Maps
Nearest subway station: The closest subway station is on Chicago Avenue.
Nearest landmark: John Hancock Center
To experience breathtaking views of Chicago's skyline, there’s no better place than the 17,000-square foot observation deck at 360 Chicago. It offers 360-degree views of the Windy City’s skyline and the majestic lakefront.
This thrill ride gives you the opportunity to lean over Chicago at a 30-degree angle from over 1,000 feet in the air. TILT is a moveable glass and steel platform that tilts down to give you an exhilarating downward-facing view of North Michigan Avenue.
It’s not only about the views at 360 Chicago. Head over to CloudBar, where you can indulge your senses with delightful beverages while enjoying the pristine views of the Windy City from the 94th floor.
Experience CloudWalk, 360 Chicago’s new 3D mural by artist Nate Baranowski. The mural’s optical illusion tempts you to step into the artwork, onto a crane platform in the clouds for a gripping adventure during your trip to Chicago.
360 Chicago puts local photographers and artists in the spotlight with its Elevated Gallery. The gallery aims to showcase local voices which, it believes, are an inherent part of our Chicago’s identity. All print sales from the work on display beneﬁt the artists directly, with a portion going towards a local non-proﬁt of their choosing.
Christened the John Hancock Center, the building has a height of 1,500 feet while including its two antennas. It is the fourth highest building in Chicago and the thirty-third tallest building in the world when measured to pinnacle height.
At the peak of construction, more than 2,000 people worked on the project.
The building’s unusual design required innovative construction methods. The architects even used "creeper cranes," previously used only in bridge construction, to hoist steel beams into place.
The observation deck on the 94th floor was originally known as the John Hancock Observatory when it was first opened in 1969. Renamed the 360 Chicago Observation deck, the observatory enthralls hundreds of thousands of visitors each year.
360 Chicago is an observation deck on the 94th floor of what was formerly called the John Hancock Center.
The experience includes 360-degree views of Chicago from the 94th floor observation deck, the TILT thrill ride, the restaurant CloudBar and a 3D art experience CloudWalk.
You can buy tickets online to the observation deck here.
Tickets for the experience start at $30.
Yes, book your 360 Chicago skip-the-line tickets online here for hassle-free entry.
The 360 Chicago observation deck gives unobstructed views of Chicago all from one place. The TILT thrill ride provides an adrenaline rush to your 360 Chicago experience.
360 Chicago is located at 875 N Michigan Avenue on the 94th Floor.
CloudBar on the 94th floor has delicious cocktails or snacks that you can enjoy while gazing over unparalleled views of Chicago.
Yes, photography is allowed at the 360 Chicago observation deck.
360 Chicago welcomes visitors seven days a week, opening its doors from 9 AM to 11 PM. Please note that the last entry is at 10 PM daily.
You can cancel your 360 Chicago tickets up to 24 hours before the experience starts and get a full refund.
Bypass the queues and head straight to mind-blowing views of Chicago's iconic skyline with skip-the-line access. Book your tickets here.