Looking for something fun to do? The popular 360 Chicago observation deck, TILT thrill ride, and BAR 94 have all reopened to the public for the first time since November 18th! Stop by for stunning views of the Chicago skyline and Lake Michigan. And unlike the busy Willis Tower, here you’ve got some space to maneuver as you take in the sights. Perfect for date night or a fun activity with the kids.
Experience the best of Chicago
360 CHICAGO Observation Deck delivers breathtaking panoramic views of the Windy City from 1,000+ feet above the iconic Magnificent Mile. The observation deck is home to Chicago’s highest thrill ride, TILT. Plus, BAR 94 is 360 CHICAGO’s stylish bar and café, where you can kick back and relax with a handcrafted cocktail or beer while taking in the best views in the city.
Health and safety is a top priority
Not only do you get amazing views but you can also feel safe during your visit. The folks at 360 Chicago are closely following all recommendations of the State of Illinois and the City of Chicago and using EPA and CDC approved cleaning agents. The handlebars and glass in TILT will be sanitized after every guest and social distancing will be enforced for the duration of the TILT experience. BAR 94 offers grab and go food options and disposable items such as cups and flatware. Of course, they’ll be operating at a limited capacity following the guidance of local and state authorities.
Here’s what you need to know
Address: 875 N. Michigan Avenue, John Hancock Building
Order tickets online at: www.360chicago.com
Regular prices: Adult (12 and over) $25; Youth (3 to 11) $15; Children under 3 free admission
TILT tickets: $8
Hours: Friday through Monday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; last entry 30 minutes prior to close
Keep in mind: if you’re traveling from a COVID hotspot, you may need to quarantine for a 10-day period prior to attending. Get more information here to ensure you’re following the City of Chicago’s Emergency Travel Order.
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