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Plan Your Visit to 360 Chicago

Best time to visit

Plan Your Visit to 360 Chicago

Weekdays tend to be less crowded compared to weekends, making it easier to navigate the observation deck and enjoy the stunning views of the city skyline and Lake Michigan. Aim to visit before 10am to beat the crowd. 

However, if you don’t mind the crowds then the best time to visit 360 Chicago is right before sunset. Catching the sunset from the observation deck will be an experience you won’t forget anytime soon. 

For a quieter experience, consider visiting during spring or fall, when tourist numbers are lower compared to the peak summer season. The winter months are also a good time to visit, when temperatures drop and snowfall is common. Visiting during winter can offer a unique experience of seeing the city covered in snow and potentially fewer crowds.

Where is 360 Chicago?

360 Chicago is located at the intersection of Michigan Avenue and Delaware Place – on the famous Chicago Magnificent Mile. Head up to the 94th floor to enter the observation deck. 

Address: 875 N Michigan Ave 94th floor, Chicago, IL 60611, United States | Find on Maps

Closest landmark: Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago (0.5 miles)

How to get to 360 Chicago?

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By public transportation

  • Metro: To reach 360 Chicago, take the Red Line train and exit at Grand Station. From there, it's about a 10-minute walk. Alternatively, you can take the Brown or Purple lines and get off at Chicago Ave Station, which is about a 15-minute walk from 360 Chicago.
  • Bus: You can board bus numbers 146, 151, 147, 148, and 143. The nearest stops are at Michigan Ave and Delaware Pl or Michigan Ave and Chestnut St. Both stops are less than a 2-minute walk away from 360 Chicago.
  • Water taxi: Alternatively, you can enjoy a scenic journey on the Chicago River via a water taxi to nearby stops like Michigan Avenue or Navy Pier. From there, it's a short walk to 360 Chicago.
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By car

You can drive or take a ride-sharing service like Uber or Lyft to reach 360 Chicago. 360 Chicago is located on southwestern shore of Lake Michigan so enjoy the picturesque journey through the bustling city of Chicago as you navigate your way to the observation deck. 360 Chicago is around 17 miles from O’Hare International Airport and about 1.6 miles north from the popular Millennium Park. 

Parking: While parking is unavailable at 360 Chicago, you can park your vehicle at a nearby garage. The closest garage is located at 875 N Michigan Avenue, with rates starting at $5 per hour.

Know before you go to 360 Chicago

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  • Restrooms: Facilities are provided on both the concourse and observatory levels, offering family-friendly amenities and accessibility for disabled guests.
  • Gift shop: Explore a variety of themed merchandise and souvenirs at the 360 Chicago gift shop.
  • Elevators: Convenient elevators are accessible, allowing visitors to reach the observation deck without the need for stairs.
  • Free Wi-Fi: Enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi access provided for all guests visiting 360 Chicago.
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  • 360 Chicago is ADA-compliant making it an inclusive experience for all guests.
  • There are elevators and restrooms that accommodate wheelchairs, scooters, and strollers.
  • For guests with mobility challenges, the entrance is located at Delaware Place. Use the elevator to access the concourse level and follow the signs leading to the entrance of 360 Chicago.
  • While the TILT experience is wheelchair-accessible, guests are required to stand on the moving end of the floor.
  • Service dogs with identification are allowed, while support animals and pets are not allowed.
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  • 360 Chicago has stroller-friendly elevators and ramps, making it accessible for kids and parents. 
  • Children over 3 years old are allowed. Tickets are free for children under the age of 3. 
  • To ride TILT, kids must be at least 42 inches tall.
Plan Your Visit to 360 Chicago

Begin your experience on the ground floor, where you can explore an exhibition honoring Chicago's history and three of its culturally rich neighborhoods. Next, take the elevators to the 94th floor to access the 360 Chicago observation deck.

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Plan Your Visit to 360 Chicago

Millenium Park: Millennium Park showcases renowned public art installations like the Bean and hosts cultural events in a sprawling urban green space.  

The Art Institute of Chicago: The Art Institute of Chicago, one of the oldest and largest art museums in the United States, houses an extensive collection of artworks from various centuries, featuring famous masterpieces alongside rotating exhibitions.

Navy Pier: Navy Pier, a few minutes away offers scenic views of Lake Michigan, along with family-friendly attractions, dining options, and boat tours, making it a popular destination for leisure and entertainment.

Things to do at 360 Chicago

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Plan Your Visit to 360 Chicago


TILT at 360 Chicago is an exhilarating experience that you can't miss. The exhibit tilts you out 30 degrees over the Chicago skyline, offering views like never before. With an enclosed, glass and steel platform, TILT promises an adrenaline rush and unparalleled cityscape vistas.

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Elevated Gallery

Experience the vibrant world of local Chicago artists at the Elevate Gallery in 360 Chicago Observation Deck. The gallery features a rotating selection of exhibitions, each offering a fresh perspective on the city's beauty and culture. You can also purchase the prints, supporting not only the artist but also a non-profit of their choice. 

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Another fun attraction to check out is the CloudWalk, a captivating 3D art installation by artist Nate Baranowski. Step into an optical illusion of a crane platform in the clouds for an immersive encounter. Baranowski's innovative mural offers a unique perspective of Chicago's skyline, blending artistry with adventure high above the city streets.

Visitor tips

  • Opt for off-peak hours or weekdays to avoid crowds and long lines. 
  • We suggest visiting during sunset or sunrise for a breathtaking experience of the changing sky colors and city lights. 
  • Your tickets also include access to the unique TILT experience - an exhilarating downward tilt from the 94th floor to get incredible views of the city. 
  • Consider downloading the Magnicity App for an immersive 3D experience about Chicago. 
  • Explore the vibrant Magnificent Mile area post-visit, offering shops, restaurants, and attractions to enjoy.
  • After your visit, don't miss the chance to walk through the surrounding area, known as the Magnificent Mile! You'll find a treasure trove of shops, restaurants, and attractions waiting to be explored.

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360 Chicago Observation Deck Skip-the-Line Tickets
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360 Chicago Sip & View
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Combo (Save 10%): Big Bus Chicago 24/48-Hour Hop-On-Hop-Off Tour + 360 Chicago Observation Deck Skip-the-Line Tickets
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Go City Chicago Explorer Pass: Choose 2 to 7 Attractions
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Go City Chicago All-Inclusive Pass: 25+ Attractions
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Frequently asked questions about visiting 360 Chicago

What is the best time to visit 360 Chicago?

The best time to visit 360 Chicago is early mornings on a weekday when you can beat the crowds and enjoy the attractions at your own pace.

How long do I need to visit 360 Chicago?

You’ll need around 1-2 hours to go through the various exhibits.

How do I book tickets to visit 360 Chicago?

You can book your tickets to the 360 Chicago observation deck here.

Is 360 Chicago the tallest building in Chicago?

360 Chicago stands at an impressive height of 1,500 feet (457.2 m) including its two antennas. While it's not the tallest building in Chicago, it ranks as the fourth highest in the city.

Is there a height requirement for TILT?

You must be 42” or taller to ride TILT at 360 Chicago.

Where is 360 Chicago located?

360 Chicago is located at 875 N Michigan Ave 94th floor Illinois 60611, United States.

Is the 360 Chicago wheelchair accessible?

Certainly! 360 CHICAGO is wheelchair accessible and ADA-compliant, ensuring an inclusive experience for all guests. Elevators and restrooms are designed to accommodate wheelchairs, scooters, and strollers.

Is there a dress code to be followed at the 360 Chicago?

There is no dress code to visit 360 Chicago, dress as you like!

Is photography permitted inside the 360 Chicago?

Absolutely! Certainly! You're allowed to take photographs inside 360 Chicago. Professional photography services are also offered for purchase. However mobile phones are not permitted when TILT is in motion.