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Catch the best views of the Windy City from the 360 Chicago observation deck

The 360 Chicago observation deck offers breathtaking panoramic vistas of the city of Chicago. Situated atop the iconic John Hancock Center, the observation deck stands at a height of over 1,000 feet (about 305 meters) above ground level, which means you’ll have an expansive birds-eye view of the city! Stay on this page to get a peek at what you’ll see during your visit.

Marvel at the city’s skyline from the observation deck & other attractions!

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View from the 94th-floor observation deck

The 94th-floor observation deck offers stunning views from the North, South, East, & West glass panels. As the name suggests, you truly get to experience a 360 view of the Windy City from a height of 1030 feet! On a clear day, you’ll be able to view the four surrounding states from the observation deck.

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View from the TILT experience

The TILT experience lets you lean over the city at a 30-degree angle, giving you a clear view of the street below and nearby landscapes. The rush of adrenaline coupled with a stellar view is one you don’t want to miss!

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View from the CloudWalk

Step onto a unique mural that makes you feel like you’re floating in the air at the CloudWalk installation. As you walk across the 3D optical illusion, feeling as if you're suspended in the sky, offering a truly unforgettable perspective of the urban landscape.

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View from the CloudBar

To make the most of your visit, head to CloudBar for a drink among the clouds. Indulge in delicious cocktails while soaking in the breathtaking vistas of Chicago's skyline and Lake Michigan.




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360 Chicago Observation Deck Skip-the-Line Tickets
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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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Frequently asked questions about the view from 360 Chicago

What is the view from 360 Chicago like?

Imagine standing 1,000 feet above Chicago with nothing but glass separating you from the view. That's 360 Chicago! You'll see the iconic Chicago skyline with Willis Tower scraping the clouds, sparkling Lake Michigan stretching to the horizon, and maybe even catch a glimpse of Wrigley Field tucked between buildings.

What landmarks can I spot from 360 Chicago?

From the observation deck of 360 Chicago, you can see Willis Tower (formerly Sears Tower), the neo-gothic Tribune Tower, Millennium Park's Cloud Gate (the Bean), and the Navy Pier Ferris wheel.

What time of the day should I visit for the best views from 360 Chicago?

For the best views, visit 360 Chicago anywhere between the late afternoon hours to the evening for both daylight and night vistas.

What happens if there’s bad weather and low visibility during my visit?

We recommend planning your visit when visibility is clear. The Spring and Fall months offer the best and most clear views of the city. Although visibility is generally lower during the Winter months, it still offers a unique experience with the city covered in snow and adorned with holiday lights and attractions.

Is the view from 360 Chicago better during the day or night?

This largely depends on your preference. We suggest visiting during the late afternoon or early evening and sticking around till the night to enjoy both views. Click here to plan your visit!

How does the view differ between summer and winter?

Summer offers views of lush greenery and the sparkling Lake Michigan. Winter transforms the scene into a snow-capped city with a frosted lake. Visibility can also be a bit lower in winter due to occasional snow flurries.