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This was both fun and terrifying! There is a photographer on site. We bought a print and paid extra for the digital package. We never received the pics in the email. We both phoned , left messages and emails. No one ever replied,so we paid...More
enjoy the view from 94 floors up. make sure the visibility is good, and oh by the way do the tilt. it is a quick and a different experience. While you are up there, you might as well do it. Make sure you look for...More
The hallways throughout are filled with Chicago history, the ride up to the observation floor is very smooth, and the views on a clear day in December were fantastic and well worth the admission fee. If you opt to do the Tilt, there is a...More
Go during a slow day. The entire tilt experience lasts 1 minute and it’s not worth a wait longer than 30 minutes. You stand holding the side bars and the platform tilts so that you can see straight down the side of the building.
Didn't have the courage to do this 3 years ago, so I had to do it this visit. And yes it was as scary as I expected. It's a group of windows in the 360°Tower that Tilt outwards 1000 ft up. It's perfectly safe but...More
Planned a Chicago trip with my brother and our two buddies. This was one of the items on our bucket list. No where in the world can you lean out over a building that high up. The views of the city were amazing. Worth every...More
It was our first time in Chicago so of COURSE we had to try the Tilt attraction at 360 Chicago. It's an added cost in addition to normal admission, but 360 Chicago is pretty affordable to begin with.
They allow you to go in groups...More
If you are scared of heights then this is a fine way to try to overcome them! I'm terrified of heights, but as the tilt is gradual, and I knew that I could step away at any time I thought I'd have a go.
I was scared of doing this as I hate heights but love skyscrapers. $20 to get up to the top, additional $8 to ride Tilt. Staff was okay. Photographer takes several pictures. Too many. Just want to look out the window. Very creaky so that...More